How Heat Pumps Work

Why R-32 is the Superior Refrigerant for Daikin

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The refrigerant R-32 is safely and effectively replacing R-410A in many heat pump and A/C systems across the globe. Daikin will begin using it because it provides optimal efficiency with a low environmental impact. With strict regulations in place, refrigerants with the lowest possible environmental impact are sought to be used in air conditioners. The …
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What is a Daikin Comfort Pro Dealer?

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What Makes an HVAC Technician a “Daikin Comfort Pro”?  A Daikin Comfort Pro Dealer is a highly-qualified HVAC contractor trained to install Daikin’s heating, cooling, and ventilation solutions in order to help you maintain the perfect temperature in your living space. A Comfort Pro Dealer has access to Daikin’s mini-split, unitary, and VRV equipment and …
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Heat Pump Rebates: How Much Could You Save?

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There are many reasons to have a heat pump installed, including increased energy efficiency, lower utility bills, year-round comfort from the heating and cooling system, and cleaner air with forced-air systems. Governments and climate-conscious agencies recognize the long-term benefits of heat pump systems and offer a variety of rebates to provide incentives for installation and …
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What is the Best Heat Pump for Atlantic Canada?

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There are many factors that are important to Atlantic Canadians when choosing the best heat pump for year-round comfort. Best Heat Pump for Cold Weather Living in Atlantic Canada, it is imperative that heat pumps work in cold climates. The good news is that they do! There are two major factors to consider when looking …
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How BTU Impacts Heat Pump Performance

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What Size Heat Pump Btu Do I Need for My Home? A heat pump is a cost-effective and energy-efficient way to heat or cool your home. Unlike traditional systems that modify the temperature in your home by heating or cooling the surrounding air, a heat pump transfers heat. When you want your home to stay …
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Daikin FIT vs. Cube-Style Heat Pump: What’s the Difference?

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What’s the difference between the Daikin FIT and traditional, cube-style heat pumps?  To understand the difference between the Daikin FIT heat pump and the traditional, cube-style heat pump systems, you first need to understand how heat pumps work. Ductless (mini-split) and ducted heat pumps heat or cool your home by circulating air over coils with …
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Heat Pump Cleaning Tips to Prepare for a Winter Storm

How to clean and maintain your heat pump in extreme winter weather conditions. Unlike a furnace or electric baseboard that warm your home by generating heat from the surrounding air, heat pumps work by transferring heat from one place to another, extracting warmth from the outdoors even in temperatures as low as -27°C. This makes …
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Heat Pump Installation: Why You Need an Expert

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Discover exactly why your heat pump installation and service should be conducted by a professional. Heat pump installation and servicing should always be done by a professional. You may think you are saving time and money in the short term by taking on the work yourself or hiring a low-cost alternative online, but in the …
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Heat Pumps Moncton: The Homeowner’s Guide

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Heat pumps in Moncton, NB are the ideal heating solution for the frigid and snowy winters there. The winters in Moncton can be some of the worst in Canada with seemingly relentless snow and more than its fair share of frigid temperatures. As you settle in for what winter will throw your way, you want …
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The Guide To Heat Pumps For Homeowners in Halifax

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Learn why heat pumps work well for the climate in Halifax and the biggest consideration for choosing the right heat pump for your home.  Halifax is a city with extremely unpredictable weather. One day it is warm and rainy, the next it’s an ice storm at -20°. These wild swings in temperature make heat pumps …
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