Get fast, certified service on all types of heat pumps, including central, mini-split, and multi-split systems.
The difference is in the details. You can count on our technicians to account for key considerations like a weather-safe location, good unit airflow, plus proper sealing on all lines and entry points.
If you already have a central furnace or boiler system, yes, in many cases it’s possible to integrate a heat pump into your existing system or add mini/multi-splits that work alongside it. Keep in mind, though, that this may affect your eligibility for rebates, which can require new heat pumps to fully replace old gas or electric systems.
We certainly can. When we provide your on-site quote, we’ll assess the size and insulation level of your home and recommend available cold climate-rated heat pumps that are suitable for your household’s needs and Vancouver’s multi-season conditions.
Generally, yes, a home can use mini/multi-split heat pumps together with a ducted central heat pump. It simplifies the installation process if some rooms in your home don’t have existing ductwork and can’t easily be connected to the central heating system.
Depending on the municipality you live in or the power output of your heat pump, you may need a permit to install a heat pump. Here in the City of Vancouver, for example, a mechanical permit is required for new heat pump installations. As certified contractors, we can help you get all of the permits your project requires.
Add year-round comfort with a new heat pump or keep your existing system in peak condition with certified service.
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