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Heat Pump — Cooling and Heating | High energy efficiency

Heat pumps are highly recommended by the Canadian government in recent years as heating/cooling equipment.

Whether in hot summers or cold winters, it provides you with a comfortable temperature experience.

Compared to traditional air conditioning, heat pumps are more efficient, operate more quietly, and have lower operating costs.

Benefits of installing heat pump

1. One machine for two uses, providing both cooling and heating.

Installing a heat pump is equivalent to installing an air conditioning unit and heating furnace at the same time, saving space at home and reducing maintenance costs.

2. Adaptable to extreme temperatures with no fear of cold winters or hot summers.

We use the Kinghome brand, which can continue to work in temperatures as low as -35℃, while many other heat pump brands on the market can only operate above -15℃.

3. Higher efficiency up to 20 SEER.

SEER represents the seasonal energy efficiency ratio, and the higher the SEER rating, the more energy-efficient the heat pump. Currently, the mainstream air conditioners are typically at a 13 SEER rating, while the maximum SEER rating for heat pumps is 20, resulting in almost double the energy efficiency. This is especially noticeable during the summer.

4. Quieter operation.

Compared to traditional air conditioners and heaters, heat pumps operate with much lower noise levels.

5. More comfortable and energy-efficient through smart thermostat adjustment.

We can help you set up a smart thermostat (including up to a $125 subsidy) to switch between the use of the heat pump and heating, allowing your house to maintain efficient heating and cooling at all times.

6. Significant savings on home energy costs.

In recent years, the Canadian government’s carbon tax has steadily increased, and replacing traditional air conditioning and heating systems with a heat pump can save you more money.

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What kind of families are suitable for replacing heat pumps?

1. Families who are planning to replace their air conditioners or furnaces. Currently, air conditioning subsidies have stopped but you can choose to receive government subsidies for heat pumps and install them instead.

2. New homeowners whose developers did not install air conditioning can install a heat pump instead.

3. Families who want to save on energy expenses.

4. Families who like to try new things.

5. Environmentalists.

How does a heat pump work?

In summer, the heat pump functions like central air conditioning, cooling the house by removing heat indoors. In winter, it extracts heat from outdoor air to heat the interior. Operating on electricity and using refrigerants for heat transfer, it ensures year-round comfort. However, its efficiency depends on outdoor temperature, with lower effectiveness and higher energy consumption in colder weather. Smart thermostats optimize energy use by switching to furnace heating when necessary.

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2024 Active OHPA Rebate

Switch from Oil to Heat Pump

Get Up to $10,000 in Rebate


Heat pump subsidy amount:

  • 1 Ton ccASHP Ducted or Ductless System $500
  • 2 Ton ccASHP Ducted or Ductless System $1,000
  • 3 Ton ccASHP Ducted or Ductless System $1,500
  • 4 Ton ccASHP Ducted or Ductless System $2,000
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Ontario Heat Pump + Home Insulation Rebate (up to $5,000)

  • Attic Insulation Ri2 or less (achieve R50) $1,500
  • Attic Insulation greater than R12 to R25 (achieve R50) $1,200
  • Attic Insulation greater than R25 to R35 (achieve R50) $900
  • Basement Insulation (Add greater than R22) to 100% of basement $1,500
  • Basement Insulation (Add R11 - R22) to 100% of basement $900
  • AIR SEALING (Achieve Base Target) $120
  • ENERGY EVALUATION Audit Costs ($400 pre-retrofit evaluation, $200 post-retrofit evaluation) $600


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Install heat pumps and receive up to $7100 in government subsidies

The Canadian government has always had a generous subsidy policy for energy-saving and emission-reducing HVAC equipment, and the specific requirements and amounts of heat pump subsidies are as follows:

Subsidy requirements:

  1. Heat pumps and heating need to be replaced at the same time (if the heating assessment meets the requirements, you can only replace the heat pump).
  2. The machine model (model number) must comply with the government’s list of approved models.
  3. If you have installed a furnace, please consult Mas Air customer service to check whether it can be paired with the heat pump.

Subsidy amount:

Heat pump subsidy amount:

Note: Due to the large amount of heat pump subsidies (minimum $7,100) and the number of applicants, we recommend that you replace your HVAC equipment as soon as possible to avoid the cancellation of the subsidy policy from time to time.

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