Mitsubishi Heat Pumps2022-05-30T15:52:39-04:00

Mitsubishi Heat Pumps

The advanced technology used in Mitsubishi heat pumps can provide lower energy costs, superior indoor comfort, and an ultra-quiet source of heating for your home.

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Ducted vs. Ductless Heat Pumps

Heat pumps work to keep the inside of your home at a comfortable temperature – both in the winter and summer. In the summer, heat pumps extract heat from the air in your home and move it outside, while in the winter, the process is reversed. Mitsubishi heat pumps can continue to produce heat even from the coldest air, with heat being extracted from the air in temperatures as low as -30° celsius!

Ductless heat pumps work by blowing heated air directly into a room. This type of heating system is better for heating smaller spaces and isn’t capable of distributing the air throughout your entire home.

Ducted heat pumps move heat from the outside air and circulates it throughout your entire home via a system of ducts. Both types of heat pumps come in regular and cold climate versions. The cold climate version is more efficient in lower temperatures and more government grants are available for it.

Both have their benefits and which one is right depends on your specific situation and preferences. Contact our team to learn more about our Mitsubishi heat pumps and to get help deciding which type of heat pump is right for you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a heat pump?2022-01-05T15:51:27-04:00

A heat pump is an electrically driven device that’s installed outside of your home and provides heating and cooling for your home. A heat pump is powered by electricity and transfers heat via refrigerant that provides comfortable temperatures in a home all year round. Heat pumps offer high efficiency for temperature control without the need for duct work. A heat pump system is often referred to as a “ductless” heating and cooling system.

What kind of maintenance is needed for heat pumps?2022-01-05T15:51:24-04:00

One of the major benefits of a heat pump is that they require little maintenance to operate efficiently and effectively. It’s important to keep indoor filters clean and they should be washed or vacuumed every couple of months. For the external portion of a heat pump system, they should be cleared of snow in the winter months to prevent any potential for malfunctions. Lastly, an annual coil clean should be performed by a certified technician. Contact us to learn more or to get a quote for a heat pump for your home!

How do I know what size of heat pump to buy for my home?2020-10-23T19:56:25-04:00

There are a number of variables to consider before deciding which size of heat pump is best for you. On top of the size of the space you are looking to heat/cool, it is important to know if the heat pump will be for a ducted system, a mini-split, how important cooling is, and whether you will need a variable speed compressor. That is a lot to figure out on your own, so we suggest you contact us today to speak with a certified HVAC professional. We can help you figure out exactly what you need.

How are heat pumps rated for efficiency?2020-10-23T19:55:50-04:00

Heat pump efficiency is commonly measured using the HSPF, or Heating Seasonal Performance Factor. The higher the HSPF, the more efficient a heat pump is. HSPF is a ratio of the total heat pump output over the entire season divided by the electricity it used during the time. If you want to know more about heat pump efficiency, contact us today.

What is the average lifespan of a heat pump?2020-10-23T19:55:15-04:00

How long your heat pump lasts depends on a few factors, such as the type of heat pump and how well it is maintained. On average, you can expect your heat pump to last 18 years. Regular maintenance of your heat pump will increase its lifespan, saving you money in the long run. If you believe a heat pump is the right option for you, contact us today.

What is the benefit of having a heat pump?2020-10-23T19:51:56-04:00

Because a heat pump only uses electricity for moving air rather than heating/cooling it, it is extremely efficient. When you use a heat pump along with a primary heating system such as oil, gas, or electric, you will see the heat pump offset the amount of primary fuel use. One heat pump can offset hundreds of litres of oil in a typical home over time, saving money and reducing your environmental impact.

How do heat pumps work? How are they different from furnaces?2020-10-23T19:50:42-04:00

Simply put, heat pumps extract heat from one place and transfer it to another. They circulate refrigerant through a cycle of evaporation and condensation. The main difference between heat pumps and furnaces is that furnaces create heat while heat pumps simply transfer it. When in heating mode, a heat pump absorbs energy from outside (even in cold temperatures) and transfers it inside. When in cooling mode, a heat pump acts as an air conditioner and absorbs heat from inside and releases it outside. Because they are not creating heat, heat pumps are super efficient.




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