The search is over! Introducing the Daikin Fit. 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 SkyAir Ducted line is a cold climate heat pump alternative to traditional gas furnace/AC systems. The Sky can be used in place of your old furnace, utilizing existing ductwork, or in new construction where individual zone control is not required. You get the comfort and energy savings advantages of Daikin’s inverter technology, using a modern heat pump system to heat and cool.
Discover the essence of intelligence within the VRV LIFE systems, where built-in smarts offer independent zoning control, unrivaled flexibility, and impressive energy savings. Connecting up to nine indoor units to a single outdoor unit, this space-efficient marvel is perfect for expansive residential and light commercial projects. Experience the epitome of versatility and efficiency with the VRV LIFE system, designed to transform your space into a haven of comfort and energy optimization.
Now you can experience the year-round comfort, savings, quality and reliability you deserve. The secret behind Zuba’s superior heating capabilities is our efficient and patented Cold Climate Hyper-Heat (H2iTM) technology. Designed for the Canadian market, Zuba operates at 100% heating capacity at -15°C and continues to deliver exceptional heating performance when the outdoor temperature drops as low as -30°C and beyond. The unique defrost mechanism provides an extended period of continuous heating between defrost cycles and minimizes the defrost time required.
Stages describe the different levels of output from a heat pump. A two-stage heat pump 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 (SEER) 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 will be.
The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) is a heat pump’s heating version of SEER. The number represents the total heat output of a heat pump. In simple terms, the higher the HSPF the more effective the heat pump will be at heating your home.
dB is used to measure the loudness of sound, and heat pumps typically range anywhere from 52-75 sound decibels. The lower this number is, the less intense or softer sounding the outdoor unit will be.
This question is better asked – What is the best heat-pump brand for you? Carrier and Trane have great Hybrid systems that pair well with your existing furnace however, these systems are not geared toward colder temperatures. North American heat pump brands are best paired with natural gas systems where the cost of using backup heat is not a major concern. On the other hand, if your backup fuel source is oil or propane you’ll want to consider brands that offer cold climate heat pumps like Daikin or Mitsubishi. Cold climate heat pumps like the Daikin SkyAir operate at 100% heating capacity at -15°C and continue to deliver exceptional heating performance when the outdoor temperature drops as low as -30°C. When choosing a heat pump it’s important to clearly define your expectations and work closely with an expert to find you the system that fits your needs.
Yes, 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:
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Carrier 38MRBQ + 59TP6 Hybrid – $5,000 Rebate – Line# 5868
Mitsubishi Zuba Cold Climate Package: $5,000 Rebate – Line# 9101
The cost to install a heat pump will depend on a few factors such as the size of your space, product performance, and the material requirements but that’s not the answer you’re looking for and luckily, we have data.
When taking an average cost of 20 add-on hybrid heat pumps installed in 2022 we get $6,324. Keep in mind that this average is limited to add-on hybrid heat pumps and in order to qualify for government rebates, central ducted and hybrid systems must always be paired with a matching furnace or air handler. If qualifying for government rebates is important, you will need to explore hybrid heat-pump and cold climate packages which will increase costs significantly.
In most cases, we match the manufacturer’s parts warranty with an equivalent labor warranty. For example, Mitsubishi products have a standard 10-year parts warranty, and we match that with a 10-year labor warranty. This is our way of saying that we stand behind the products that we install.
Absolutely not, all technicians are fully licensed employees. Each proposal has a no sub-contractor guarantee, so you can rest assured that your products will be installed right 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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