The search is over! Introducing the Daikin Fit—the ultimate solution that has left us absolutely thrilled. Without a doubt, this system has exceeded all our expectations and stands as the most impressive system we have ever come across. It tackles head-on the frustrations we have long endured with traditional equipment, offering an exceptional and consumer-centric solution that perfectly aligns with their desires and needs. The Daikin Fit is the epitome of innovation, providing a transformative home comfort experience.
The Daikin DX9VC, honored with the prestigious "Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR® in 2023" award, stands out with its exceptional energy efficiency. Equipped with the renowned Daikin High-Efficiency Inverter compressor, it ensures remarkable performance while boasting the most comprehensive 12-year warranty available in the market.
Experience the two-stage DX7TC from Daikin. Backed by a comprehensive 12-year warranty, this unit delivers exceptional performance, unmatched dependability, and remarkable energy efficiency. With a powder-paint finish for durability and UV protection, the DX7TC meets the rigorous 2023 DOE Energy Conservation Standards, offering you the perfect combination of quality and peace of mind.
The Daikin DX5SE offers a budget-friendly solution that doesn't compromise on quality. This single-stage model provides reliable performance at an affordable price point, making it an excellent choice for cost-conscious homeowners. With its combination of affordability and 15.2 SEER2 efficiency, the Daikin DX5SE provides a practical and reliable option for those seeking a budget-friendly cooling solution.
Our highest efficiency and most advanced air conditioner with up to 26 SEER for premium energy savings with extremely quiet performance and premium comfort. Carrier’s 24VNA6 with Greenspeed Intelligence is a variable speed cooling product providing lower speed operation, when needed in cooling, for enhanced comfort and dehumidification.
The Infinity 24VNA9 air conditioner offers high-efficiency variable speed performance in a remarkably small cabinet and provides up to 19 SEER cooling efficiency. The variable speed inverter capacity control delivers up to 5 stages of operation for exceptional load matching, dehumidification and zoning performance.
Performance series air conditioners offer that perfect balance between budget limits you may have today and your desire for long-term energy savings. The Performance 17 model also goes that one step further to give you two-stage compression for comfort, quiet and enhanced summer dehumidification
Carrier® Air Conditioners with Puron® refrigerant provide a collection of features unmatched by any other family of equipment. Performance series air conditioners offer that perfect balance between budget limits you may have today and your desire for long-term energy savings.
Stages describe the different levels of output from an air conditioner. A two-stage air will have high and low settings for different levels of demand, while a single-stage model operates at full blast whether it’s needed or not.
The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER2) is a calculation to determine the efficiency of air conditioning in a heat pump. In simple terms, the higher the SEER, the more efficient your system.
To earn the Energystar rating in Canada, air conditioners must achieve a minimum 14 SEER rating. Manufacturers are also required to perform energy-efficiency tests under rating conditions in accordance with Energystar standards.
Decibel or dB is used to measure the loudness of sound, and air conditioners typically range anywhere from 52-75 sound decibels. The lower this number is, the less intense or softer sounding the outdoor unit will be.
In our opinion, a heat pump is a better purchase. If we had to guess, we would say that air conditioners will likely be replaced entirely by heat pumps in the next ten years, and even though natural gas is still affordable (for now), a heat pump can provide a lower cost per BTU by around 8c and above. That said, a heat pump can actually save you money vs. an air conditioner that only costs money. As the cost of hydrocarbons increases globally, a heat pump is a good insurance policy in your back pocket.
We wish we had a simple answer, but this is a complex question, and as much as we want to say Carrier, that wouldn’t be fair. The truth is all the big air conditioner brands make amazing products with state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities and strict testing procedures. Where some manufacturers fall short is with the barrier to entry to sell their products. If a brand does not have an aggressive vetting process, its products could end up in the hands of the wrong technician. In short, installation is everything, and you are best to focus on picking the right installers first and the brand second. However, if you are buying a furnace for the first time, we would suggest sticking with dealer-restricted brands that distribute their own products. In most cases, you can trust that manufacturers select firms they are confident will do right by their brand.
Best Dealer Restricted Brands: 1. Daikin 2. Carrier 3. Trane 4. Lennox (Elite Series and above)
The size of the air conditioner you need for your home depends on several factors, including the size of your home, the desired temperature of the home, the level of insulation in your home, and the efficiency of the air conditioner itself. Though not always accurate, the general rule of thumb is that you need one ton (12,000btu) per square foot of above-ground space, and it can be used to estimate during your research. It’s important to note that getting the right size air conditioner is crucial for efficient and effective cooling. An air conditioner that’s too small for your home will have to work harder to cool your home, which can lead to higher energy bills and more wear and tear on the system. An air conditioner that’s too large for your home may cycle on and off too frequently, which can also lead to increased energy consumption, high humidity, and increased wear and tear.
Certainly! We are proud to be a member of HRAI (Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada). Our membership with HRAI demonstrates our commitment to upholding the highest standards of professionalism, excellence, and ethics in the HVAC industry. As a member of HRAI, we have access to ongoing education, training, and industry updates that enable us to provide our customers with the latest technology and best practices in the HVAC field.
When talking about air conditioners, the term “ton” refers to a unit of measurement for cooling capacity, specifically the amount of heat an air conditioner can remove from a home in one hour. One ton of cooling equals the amount of heat that can be removed by melting one ton of ice in a 24-hour period. In terms of actual cooling capacity, one ton of cooling is equivalent to 12,000 British Thermal Units (BTUs) per hour. So, a 2-ton air conditioner has a cooling capacity of 24,000 BTUs per hour, a 3-ton unit has a cooling capacity of 36,000 BTUs per hour, and so on.
Unfortunately not. However, the Green Homes Grant currently offers up to $5,000 for cold climate air source heat pumps and $4,000 for Energystar-certified air source heat pumps. Here are two of our favorite matchups:
You can scroll to the line number and view these matchups here: https://bit.ly/3pO0Imv
Carrier 38MRBQ + 59TP6 Hybrid – $5,000 Rebate – Line# 5868
Mitsubishi Zuba Cold Climate Package: $5,000 Rebate – Line# 9101
The cost of installing an air conditioner will depend on several factors, including the size of your space, product performance, and the material requirements, but that’s not the answer you’re looking for, and happily, we have data that can help.
The average cost of installing forty air conditioners in 2022 is $4,324. Keep in mind that this average includes all sorts of installations, from entry-level air conditioners all the way up to Energystar-rated systems.
In most cases, we match the manufacturer’s parts warranty with an equivalent labor warranty. For example, Carrier products have a standard ten-year parts warranty, and we match that with a ten-year labor warranty. This is our way of saying that we stand behind the products we install.
Absolutely not. All our technicians are fully licensed employees. Each proposal has a no sub-contractor guarantee, so you can rest assured that your products will be installed correctly the first time around with us; it’s what we do best, after all.
We know that's what everyone says, but we're confident of it. Comfort hub was founded by experienced installers, and quality craftsmanship will always remain at the core of who we are. While others use the word “quality” as empty marketing jargon, we live by it.
The attention to detail that goes into our installations is not limited to the products we work with. We also take pride in a job well done by cleaning up attentively before leaving your home.
Your system is an investment that we want to protect. While it’s impossible to be breakdown free, you can rest easy knowing that if your system does go down, we’ll be there.
We invest in customer experience because it's something that interests us. We're always looking for new ways to streamline our processes and make interacting with us easier so you can have the confidence of knowing that we’re always evolving to make your journey with Comfort hub better.
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