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Heating Season is the Best Time for Heat Pump Maintenance

It’s time to service your energy-efficient heat pump! At a minimum, it should be serviced yearly. Over the years, we’ve published blog posts on ‘How Heat Pumps Work in the Winter’, ‘Cleaning Tips to Prepare for a Winter Storm’, and many more. But, the main takeaway is cleaning and maintaining your heat pump, especially during …
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How Much Does it Cost to Replace a Furnace With a Heat Pump?

The cost to replace a furnace with a heat pump varies depending on several factors including home layout, heat hump model, furnace size, and more. There are ways to reduce the price by understanding these factors. Many Atlantic Canadians have replaced their furnace with a heat pump. They made the move so they could: Lower …
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How Do Heat Pumps Work in the Winter?

If heat pumps don’t generate heat, how do they work in the winter when it’s cold outside? This article will answer that question and explore why heat pumps work so well in Atlantic Canada. Heat pumps do not use oil or gas to provide heat in your home, making them an energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable …
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Fall 2021 Daikin Ductless Heat Pump Rebate

Save up to $400 on qualifying Daikin single and multi-zone ductless systems when you get your system installed between October 1 – 31, 2021! Qualifying single and multi-zone systems: Daikin MXS/MXL Series: Rebate of $400 Aurora1:1*: Rebate of $300 *Only eligible Aurora 1:1 models Contractors will file the consumer instant rebate claim with EGIA, including …
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3 Key Benefits of Ductless Heat Pumps

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Ductless heat pumps are the same as mini-split heat pumps. They consist of an outdoor unit and at least one indoor unit. A ductless heat pump and air conditioning system cools your home during the summer and warms it in the winter. When you want to heat or cool one or multiple small spaces without …
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Why Mini-Split Heat Pumps Are Great When You Work From Home

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The number of Atlantic Canadians working from home has increased and so has the demand for things that make an office space comfortable—that includes mini-split heat pumps. A mini-split heat pump is a ductless system that consists of an outdoor unit, and one or more indoor units. This type of ductless system is called “mini-split” …
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Save on a Heat Pump with the Canada Greener Homes Grant

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Learn more about the Canada Greener Homes Grant and how Atlantic Canadians can apply for it to save on the installation or upgrade of a heat pump. The Canada Greener Homes Grant is a program facilitated by Natural Resources Canada that offers grants for homeowners who are investing in a new or upgraded heat pump. …
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Cool Down This Summer With a Mini-Split Air Conditioner

This summer, Atlantic Canadians are spending more time at home, so it makes sense to invest in a solution that easily creates a cool, comfortable indoor temperature. Whether you’re cooling a home office or the entire home, a mini-split air conditioner provides maximum options for temperature control with minimal installation. As the summers get hotter, …
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How to Use Your Heat Pump in Air Conditioner Mode

Heat pumps with air conditioner mode work year-round by transferring heat from one place to another. When the weather gets warmer, you can use your heat pump to move the warm air and humidity out of your home and maintain the perfect indoor temperature.  This summer, you can use your heat pump in air conditioner …
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Why Daikin is the Choice of Leading HVAC Contractors

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There’s a reason why the Daikin brand is carried by only the best HVAC contractors in Atlantic Canada. In fact, there are many reasons why, including premium products, employee training, and outstanding warranties.  Daikin prides itself on developing world-leading, energy-saving technology for over 95 years now. As the #1 manufacturer of indoor comfort systems and …
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