How Heat Pumps Work

Are Heat Pumps Really More Environmentally Friendly?

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If you’ve been doing any research into heat pumps, you’ve likely seen that one of their biggest selling points (aside from saving you money) is that they are better for the environment than any other common method of home heating. This seems like common sense when you consider that heat pumps heat your home by …
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5 Signs Your Heat Pump Needs Service

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Daikin heat pumps are robust and reliable, but like any mechanical equipment, they will eventually break down if they aren’t properly cared for. There are a number of things you can do yourself to help keep your heat pump in top condition, like seasonal cleaning of your heat pump to avoid build-up of dirt or …
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Daikin Atlantic Answers 7 Common Heat Pump Questions

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It would be an understatement to say that we get a lot of questions about heat pumps. At this point, most Atlantic Canadians know someone who has recently installed one or more heat pumps in their home, but most of us still don’t know very much about them or how they work. Below, we’ve collected …
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Spring Cleaning for Your Mini-Split

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Spring is the traditional time to clean and put your house in order, and while many Atlantic Canadians would argue that it doesn’t count as spring when we’ll probably get our last blizzard in May, winter is technically over. As such, many of us are now making big plans to get our homes cleaned up …
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3 Tips for Mini-Split Heat Pumps in the Winter

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Here in Atlantic Canada, we’re firmly in the grip of one of our usual cold, wet, and stormy winters. Luckily, if you have a Daikin mini-split heat pump in your home, you can keep cozy all winter, as long as you follow a few basic maintenance tips. Read on to learn how to keep your …
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Why Heat Pumps Still Work So Well in the Winter

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We’ve seen a rapid increase in Atlantic Canadians’ interest in heat pumps as more and more homeowners in the region look for more energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable home heating options. The first question we hear, as soon as people learn how heat pumps work, is whether they work in the winter—and if so, how? How …
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Is it Difficult to Maintain a Heat Pump?

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Learn how a few quick maintenance tips can help keep your heat pump running like new for many years to come. Many of the questions homeowners have about heat pumps revolve around whether their new heat pump will be challenging to maintain, especially given the wide-ranging climate in Atlantic Canada. Keeping your heat pump properly …
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How to Measure Heat Pump Performance: Interpreting SEEP, COP, and HSPF Ratings

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Learn how to size up which heat pump is right for you using the most common rating categories which measure efficiency and performance. Investing in a heat pump is a big decision. You’ve done the research and know that a heat pump can stand to save you quite a bit on your monthly energy bill. …
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What Are Ductless (Mini-Split) Heat Pumps?

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Ductless heat pumps offer a more efficient heating/cooling solution. Plus, they have an installation process that is much easier and quicker than you might have thought. Ductless heat pumps (also known as mini-splits) are an energy efficient and effective way to heat and cool your home. Despite their growing popularity among homeowners, there are a …
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Do Heat Pumps Work in Atlantic Canada?

Learn how heat pumps are the best home heating and cooling solution, even in the unpredictable Atlantic Canadian climate. A common misconception among homeowners is that heat pumps don’t work well in the unpredictable and wide-ranging Atlantic Canadian climate. The truth, however, is that heat pumps are an excellent option for both heating and cooling …
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