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Heat Pump Installation
in Vancouver

Installing a heat pump system not only provides you with both heating and cooling in one system, it can also lower your energy bills. Learn more about how we can guide you through the heat pump installation process.

Heat Pump Rebates in BC

For homeowners who qualify, now is the best time to upgrade to a heat pump system. Find out how to qualify for the BC rebates and hire an accredited HVAC technician, so you can save thousands of dollars today.
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How It Works



Before we start, we’ll inspect your home to ensure it is compatible with the heating or cooling system you need.


Our professional and qualified installers install the HVAC system in your home. They’ll also troubleshoot the system to ensure that no issues come up. 



We’ll always check in with you 1 week after the installation to see that everything in your home is working perfectly. And if we find any hiccups, we’ll help solve them right away.



We want your system to last a long time, so our installers conduct regular checkups to see that everything works optimally.

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4 Types of Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are categorized by the way in which they heat or cool your home. No matter which type of heat pump system you choose, it’s important to do your research. Then you can select the best heat pump that meets your needs and budget.

Here are the common types of heat pumps:

Air-Source Heat Pump

Ground-Source Heat Pump

Water-Source Heat Pump

Hybrid Heat Pump Systems

Frequently Asked Questions

Many older houses run a furnace for heating, allowing for easy adaptation to a heat pump. For older homes using hydronic heating, such as baseboards or radiant floor heating, a ductless mini-split heat pump is the perfect choice. To find out, hire an HVAC professional to conduct a thorough inspection and determine if you can install a heat pump.

Servicing of heat pumps depends on the type and age of the unit, the frequency of use, and the level of maintenance performed on the system. Generally, expert heat pump installers recommend heat pumps should be serviced once a year to maintain the system’s warranty, and to ensure the heat pump is running smoothly, efficiently, and safely.

Generally, heat pumps are more efficient as they rely on clean energy sources like hydroelectricity. This also makes them more environmentally friendly. If you already have a furnace, we can also add a heat pump which gives you heating and cooling—all in one.

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