save up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates

Get Up To $8,000 In Heat Pump Rebates & Savings

Enjoy as much as $8,000 in rebates and savings when you invest in a home heat pump with Climate Air. Plus, make no payments & no interest for 12 months.

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Heat pump installation and service in your neighbourhood.

Count on the pros at Climate Air for round-the-clock, round-the-calendar service near you.

Ductless air conditioners, mini splits, heat pumps: whatever you call them, they’re the smart choice in home comfort.

They offer a range of advantages including monthly cost savings, energy efficiency, and hybrid home comfort for summer and winter.

Right now, you can get up to $8,000 in rebates and savings when you invest in a heat pump with Climate Air.

Plus, make no payments or interest for 12 months.

How’s that for cost savings?

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“Doesn’t get better than the quality and service this company provides. I would highly recommend to anyone looking to upgrade their heating and cooling systems.

Get up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates and savings.

save up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates

Make the switch and save.

In addition to the advantages a heat pump brings you for home comfort, now you can save big when you invest in one.

It’s win-win: get all-in-one heating and cooling for every season and more money in your pocket.

Contact us to learn more about your eligibility today.

Amazing customer service, extremely knowledgeable staff who go above & beyond to ensure customers are happy. Reliable and top quality products. Highly recommend!

How do heat pump rebates and savings work?

You may be eligible for rebates with the purchase & installation of a home heat pump system.

The government of Ontario has implemented this rebate program in order to encourage more home & cottage owners to convert to a more energy efficient, cost-effective home comfort solution.

The pros at Climate Air are helping homeowners make this switch by offering an exclusive, limited time offer that includes up to $8,000 in rebates and savings.

Plus, no payments and no interest on your new home heat pump system for the first 12 months.

Contact us to learn more about your eligibility today.

“Went with these guys because of the awesome service they provided for my brother who recently purchased an air conditioning unit. They were very accommodating to my busy schedule and the product is quality. Would highly recommend to anyone in the market for heating and air appliances.

Heat pump FAQs.

Put simply, a heat pump is a home comfort system that works as both a heater and air conditioner, depending on how the temperature is set.

They run on electricity, rather than gas, and provide year-round home comfort, acting as an all-in-one solution for heating and cooling when you need either one.

Heat pumps can be either ducted or ductless, and single-zone (one room) or multi-zone (multiple rooms).

These systems are cost-effective, energy-efficient, space-saving and easy to use.

The heat pump (don’t be fooled by its name!) acts as a two-in-one home comfort system that both heats and cools the air in the room where it’s installed.

It does this by pulling heat from one source (i.e., the air outside) to another (i.e., your living room).

In the summer, a heat pump simply reverses the heat exchange process to cool your home instead of heat it.

Heat pumps deliver hot or cool air through either ducted or ductless systems.

An example of a ductless system is a mounted wall unit.

Fun fact: they’re the same thing!

A heat pump is the same thing as a ductless air conditioner, also known as a split ductless or mini split ductless.

These are all interchangeable synonyms for one another, and all of them refer to the same type of heating system.

However, it’s important to note that not all heat pumps are ductless: they can also work on a ducted delivery system.

Not quite. A heat pump and a furnace can both heat the air in your home, but they do it differently.

Typically, furnace systems use forced air to heat your home through ventilation.

Heat pumps use a different delivery method called heat transfer: they pull warm air from outside and transfer it inside to keep you warm in the winter.

If you have a heat pump, however – whether it’s ducted or ductless – it’s enough to act as a full-service home heating solution all season long.

Similar to its function as a home furnace replacement, a heat pump can cool your home, but it does so differently than a central air conditioning system.

To cool your home, a heat pump uses reverses the heat exchange process that it uses to heat your home in the winter, so you get cold air instead of hot air indoors.

And just like its potential as a heating solution, a heat pump is enough to keep you comfortable at home all summer long.

Heat pumps are absolute set-it-and-forget-it systems.

They operate either with a push of a button or with a remote control.

Just set your system to the temperature you prefer, and it does the rest.

Yes, heat pumps are energy efficient systems.

As they’re powered by electricity rather than gas, homeowners can save substantially on fuel consumption.

They’re over 100% efficient in more temperature climates, too, such as British Columbia.

A heat pump is like the infant brother of a traditional furnace.

It’s about the size of two or three breadboxes linked together.

That makes for a very compact, space-saving home comfort.

The exterior unit is installed outdoors, just like a central air conditioner.

The head of a heat pump system, however – how it delivers hot and cold air to rooms in your home – is very versatile, and can be installed inside on a wall, floor or ceiling.

Yes, you can!

Types of heat pumps are also known as ductless air conditioners, named so because – you guessed it! – they don’t need ductwork to function.

(Don’t let the air conditioners part fool you: they also work perfectly well to keep you warm in the winter.)

If you’re looking for a ductless heating and cooling method at home , rest assured: heat pumps are the perfect solution.

Good news: heat pumps work well in residences where a furnace won’t fit, due to their compact size.

In addition to their energy efficiency, cost-saving and 2-in-1 home comfort solution, heat pumps are a great space saving solution for smaller homes or cottages.

Yes!

Heat pumps work on zoned heating. That means they heat any rooms in which they have a delivery system, a unit called a head.

Installing a single head heat pump would make those temperature-stubborn rooms much more comfortable.

Yes, you can install multiple heat pumps or “heads” at your residence.

Heat pump systems come with options for a single zone or multi zone.

Which one you choose will determine how many heads you have, and how many rooms your system will heat or cool through the year.

A head is the part of the system that delivers the hot or cold air to a room.

A single-zone heat pump system is just what it sounds like: one unit, one head, to heat and cool one room – or zone – of your house.

A multi-zone unit consists of more than one head connected to a single heat pump unit.

This approach allows you to heat and cool multiple rooms – or zones – of your house.

Yes, there are cold climate heat pumps.

These work well for provinces that don’t have lengthy cold snaps (long stretches of -18°C or lower).

Yes.

Thanks to their zoned heating delivery system, even with a furnace in place, you can still have a single head heat pump system installed to heat and cool other rooms.

This works well for rooms that always seem to be too hot or too cold at the wrong time of year.

No sweat: this process is entirely automatic! There’s no switch needed to flip your heat pump from winter to summer.

Use the unit’s remote control to simply set the desired temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit, sit back, relax, and enjoy.

Benefits of a heat pump for your home.

Enjoy a cost-effective, energy efficient and easy two-in-one solution for heating and cooling.

Energy efficiency.

A heat pump system runs on electricity, not gas.

They’re a more efficient solution than the classic furnace & AC setup you might be used to – and that means savings on energy costs.

Who says change can’t be good?

Hybrid home comfort, all year round.

A heat pump provides a 2-in-1 heating and cooling solution.

They work by absorbing & transferring heat energy from outdoors to indoors, keeping you warm in the winter.

And in the summer, the process is reversed: the heat pump will find heat from inside your home, absorb it, and send it back to the cold air outside.

The end result: a year-round home heating and cooling solution in one package.

Long system lifespan.

A heat pump is likely to last about 15 years. That’s a lot of time to enjoy a hybrid home comfort solution and its many benefits.

With maintenance and tune-ups at regularly recommended intervals, your heat pump will provide you with a long life of worry-free, quality home heating & cooling service.

Ducted or ductless? We do both.

There are a lot of ways we can install a heat pump in your home, but the best part is that we can do it in houses with both ducted & ductless systems – and in homes with an electric baseboard system.

Climate Air makes switching to a more energy efficient & cost-effective solution like heat pumps simple, straightforward and pain-free.

Options for improved indoor air quality.

Heat pump systems can provide air flow & dehumidifying, as well as enhanced filtration, to help you & your family breathe easier at home.

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