Heating and Cooling Solutions
For a warm, comfortable home in Toronto all winter long, a heat pump is the best choice. Heat pumps are a cost-effective method of heating a home.
Natural gas in Canada will be phased out in a few years, so it's an ideal time to install a heat pump in Toronto in your home! A tax increase on natural gas due to its carbon footprint may make your decision more sensible and affordable.
Most homes' heating systems consume excessive amounts of energy and don't provide adequate comfort. Offering energy savings and sustainability, ductless heat pumps enhance indoor comfort.
Heat pumps act like air conditioners, only with more capabilities. A heat pump does not generate heat, but moves heat from locations that do not need it to spaces that do. Heat pumps are an energy-efficient way to reduce your carbon footprint.
5 Common Heat Pump Myths That You Might Have Heard
Although you might not believe it, heat pumps are practical, reliable, and eco-friendly. Some common myths surrounding heat pumps include:
- Heat pumps are not designed for older homes
- Heat pumps take up a lot of space because they are so big
- Water cannot be heated by heat pumps
- Heat pumps increase heating costs and are costly
- Maintaining heat pumps is a hassle
When choosing a heat pump, installers consider the age of the structure and identify vulnerable areas. The installer then determines which heat pump system would suit your home well. For commercial properties, installers consider the occupants and their lifestyles.
Heat pumps are more energy-efficient than gas boilers. When compared to the electricity that heat pumps require, they radiate much more heat. Compared to gas or oil, electricity costs more, making heat pumps more efficient and less expensive to run.
Both air-to-water and geothermal heat pumps can be used to heat water. An annual checkup is usually all your heat pump needs in terms of maintenance. If you maintain your heat pump system properly, you can expect it to last up to 20 years.
Mitsubishi Electric Heat Pumps Provide High-Quality Heating And Cooling
You can rely on Mitsubishi Electric systems to provide reliable comfort and satisfaction, regardless of whether they are ducted or ductless. The right size heat pump allows you to stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter while maintaining efficiency.
Currently, heat pumps are available in three different designs: air source, geothermal, and split-ductless. Professional installation will ensure that your heat pump is the correct size for the area.
Your heat pump options include:
MR. SLIM® MSY: For cooling only
Featuring quiet fans and compressors, the MSY-Series is a ductless wall mount air conditioner. Advanced engineering will keep your home comfortable while reducing your energy costs.
MR. SLIM® MSZ: Heating down to -18C
This system is designed to deliver exceptional heat even when outdoor temperatures drop to -25°C and below. Heating and cooling is achieved with the aid of a heat pump transferring heat from one place to another. This heat pump system is up to 40% more efficient than central air and has a better air quality.
H2I HYPER HEAT: Heating down to -25C
MXZ's Hyper-Heating INVERTER TM residential heating and cooling systems help function efficiently year-round. Comfort and convenience are provided by a variety of indoor units, while an INVERTER-driven compressor and electric LEVs in the outdoor units provide enhanced control and reduced energy consumption.
ZUBA HEAT PUMP: Heating down to -30C
Zuba's exclusive Inverter technology produces high heat output at low temperatures. This quiet system allows for comfortable, safe heating and cooling without sacrificing comfort because of high energy costs.
Your full-service solution for heating and cooling your home is Heatpumps.ca. Our professionals do the job properly the first time.
Heatpumps.ca uses only the highest quality, fossil-free ductless heating and cooling systems. Each heat pump installed complies with the highest energy efficiency standards.
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