A heat pump is a highly recommended heating/cooling equipment by the Canadian government in recent years. It can provide you with a comfortable temperature experience in both hot summers and cold winters. Compared to traditional air conditioning and heating systems, heat pumps are more efficient, quieter, and less expensive to use.
Currently, heat pumps can be replaced with government energy subsidies of up to $7,100. Please contact Mas Air customer service for details.
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.
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℃.
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 minimum SEER rating for heat pumps is 22, resulting in almost double the energy efficiency. This is especially noticeable during the summer.
Compared to traditional air conditioners and heaters, heat pumps operate with much lower noise levels.
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.
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.
Heat pumps receive the highest government energy subsidies (up to $7100), making heat pump installation nearly free compared to spending $3000 to replace a traditional air conditioner/heater.
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:
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.
For more details, please click on “Ontario Energy Subsidies. Oct 01, 2022”.