Heat Pumps in Montreal2022-02-15T13:30:00+00:00

Heat Pumps in Montreal

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Buying a Heat Pump in Montreal

A home that is too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer may make you and your family uncomfortable. A heat pump may be the answer to all your home temperature needs.

During the cold months, the heat pump captures warm air and redistributes it in your home, while in the summer, it extracts the heat and releases it outside. Since a heat pump handles both cooling and warming, it’s an excellent all-in-one HVAC system.

Heat pumps can be highly efficient, environmentally friendly, and cost-reducing if you pick the correct one for your home. At Canada HVAC, we offer a wide selection of high-quality heat pumps from Direct Comfort by Goodman. Our team of experts will also discuss your needs, budget, and the best available heat pump for you.

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Air-Source Heat Pump

Air-source heat pumps, also known as air-to-air heat pumps, use air as a heat source for your building. They consist of an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The indoor unit distributes the warm air throughout the home, while the outdoor unit ejects the cool air.

Air-source heat pumps are energy-efficient and easy to install; however, they are not ideal in areas with extreme temperatures unless you have a good furnace as a backup heating option.

Types of air-source heat pumps include:

1. Ductless/Mini-Split Heat Pump

These heat pumps are perfect for homes without already existing ducts. Instead of a duct system, the mini-split heat pump uses small openings cut into walls to connect the outside and inside units.

2. Ducted Air Heat Pump

These heat pumps have an outdoor unit (known as a condenser) that looks the same as an air conditioner but is installed off the ground on brackets or a stand so snow doesn’t build up around them. The indoor unit (known as an evaporator coil) is either inside the ductwork nearby the furnace or, in the case of some electric furnaces, inside the furnace itself.

Water-Source Heat Pump

Water-source heat pumps use water from a nearby source as a heat exchange medium through a series of coils and loops. These types of heat pumps are the most expensive and require a decent amount of land to install them. They are not ideal for sub-division homes and more common in rural areas. We do not sell this type of heat pump at Canada HVAC.

Hybrid Heat Pump

For areas with extreme temperature differences, hybrid heat pumps exist as the best alternative to other heat pumps. Hybrid heat pumps combine two types of heat pumps and rely on the most efficient system depending on the seasonal and weather conditions.

Choosing the Best Heat Pump

At Canada HVAC, our team of experts can help you determine the best heat pump for your needs and climate. Before purchasing a heat pump, you should consider the following:

  • The size of your home
  • The insulation and ducting in your home
  • The climate
  • Your budget

These factors all influence the type of heat pump best for your home and your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! You’re able to pay off the balance at any time.

All our installers have had training and comprehensive testing to ensure high quality heating and cooling installation. In addition, all Canada HVAC installers have undergone extensive background checks and are fully insured.

What to Check Before Calling for Heating or Cooling Repair

Air Conditioner Furnace
Thermostat set to Cool, Fan set to Auto Thermostat set to Heat, Fan set to Auto
Air filter is clean Air filter is clean
Check the power: Circuit breaker Check the power: Circuit breaker and furnace wall switch
Ensure there is no ice buildup on the outdoor unit or frozen pipes Ensure pilot light it lit, fuel supply is on
Ensure panel door is closed and secured Ensure panel door is closed and secure

If you have checked the above settings or if there is a significant change in your heating or cooling system including: new smells or strange noises, schedule a service call right away.

Please contact Canada HVAC at  1-833-CAN-HVAC (226-4822)

Every installation is different and every project presents unique installation challenges, but we aim to have all installations completed in one day. Technicians will arrive at the prearranged agreed upon time and will keep you updated on the progress throughout the day.

We always recommend that homeowners are present during installation, but if that’s not possible, we require someone over the age of 18 to be home during installation.

All of our certified installers are trained professionals that have undergone extensive training and background checks.  However, if you are not satisfied with the installation, please contact Canada HVAC immediately.

We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on all our installations. If you are not completely satisfied, we will remove the HVAC system and refund your money – no questions asked!

HVAC installation requires electrical, gas and refrigerant knowledge as well as familiarity with local bylaws and building codes. Failure to properly install HVAC equipment can create safety concerns and performance issues as well as void manufacturer warranties. For those reasons, Canada HVAC always recommends professional installation.

You are not required to book installation through Canada HVAC and can use a local installer if you prefer. Just remember that manufacturer warranties will be invalidated if the HVAC equipment is not professionally installed.

Direct Comfort offers a 10-year Parts Limited Warranty coverage on all functional parts and Limited Lifetime Compressor and Limited Lifetime Heat Exchanger Warranties. These warranties only cover the replacement parts only, not the labour required to install them.

To ensure you have complete coverage, enroll in a Canada HVAC extended labour warranty and rest easy knowing you won’t pay for repairs for up to 10 years!

Please note, professional HVAC installation is required to keep manufacturer warranties valid.

Preventative annual maintenance can help you avoid costly repairs in the future and makes your heating and cooling systems more efficient, safe and reliable. In addition, many manufacturer warranties require yearly inspections by certified HVAC professionals to maintain validity.

Learn more about Canada HVAC maintenance packages here.

The average lifespan of an air conditioner is 15-20 years and an average furnace will last between 10-15 years. Annual maintenance and inspections can extend the longevity and efficiency of your unit.

Yes. The manufacturer will honour the 10 year parts warranty if a furnace or air conditioner is purchased online and installed by an authorized installation company.

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Looking for a Heat Pump in Montreal?

If you’re looking to purchase a heat pump, Canada HVAC has the right heating and cooling system for your needs. We’re an online store that sells furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, boilers, and other HVAC products. We will help you find the right heating and cooling system for your home and will recommend a local HVAC technician for reliable heat pump installation in Montreal.

At Canada HVAC, we understand how important it is for your home to be comfortable all year long. Our efficient, dependable, and high-quality heat pumps will ensure you get the best out of your system.

Visit our online store today or give us a call at 833-672-8975 to get the right heating and cooling solution for your home.