Ductless Mini Split Heat Pumps

Did you know that you can get the Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump installed and get rebate from the CleanBC up to $9500. Dont worry will help you with the application process.

Areas We Serve:

  • Chetwynd BC
  • Tumbler Ridge BC
  • Rural: Altona, Osborn, Buick, Pink Mountain, Cecil Lake, Prespatou, Clayhurst, Rose Prairie, Clearview, Sikanni Chief, Flatrock, Trutch, Goodlow, Upper Cache, Montney, Upper Halfway, North Pine, Wonowon
  • Rural: Baldonnel, Grandhaven, Charlie Lake, Old Fort, Clairmont, Two Rivers
  • Rural: Arras, Kilkerran, Bessborough, One Island Lake, Cutbank, Rolla, Doe River, Tomslake, Farmington, Tower Lake, Kelly Lake, Tupper
  • Rural: East Pine, McLeod, Groundbirch, Moberly Lake, Hasler Creek, Pine Valley, Jackfish, Progress, Lone Prairie, Sunset Prairie
  • Fort St John BC
  • Hudson’s Hope BC
  • Pouce Coupe BC
  • Taylor BC

What is a Ductless Minisplit Heat Pump?

Ductless heating and cooling systems, including heat pumps, are used to control the climate in specific areas of your home and maintain comfortable temperatures year-round. For example, if the second floor is consistently hot while the basement is freezing, ductless systems can provide targeted climate control to ensure even, comfortable temperatures throughout your home without the need for extra blankets or fans.

Our HVAC solutions can keep your home cozy and your energy bills low. Over 60% of a Canadian home’s energy use goes toward heating, so investing in energy-efficient equipment like heat pumps can significantly reduce your utility costs and carbon footprint.

Heat pumps are electrically-powered equipment that transfer heat from one area to another, allowing them to heat or cool a home efficiently. While heat pumps may have a higher upfront cost than other systems, the long-term energy savings can make them a wise investment, especially in moderate climates where they can provide year-round climate control. In colder regions like Dawson Creek, Tumbler Ridge & Chetwynd BC in Peace Region, “cold-climate” heat pumps are even more effective at reducing the need for supplementary heating.

To determine if a heat pump is the right choice for your home, consult your contractor at Canada Duct Ltd. or energy advisor who can assess the economics and potential savings based on your location and usage. Eligible heat pump models may also qualify for rebates thru CleanBC, and rest assured we install the qualified list of approved products for the rebates. Contact us today to learn more about our energy-efficient HVAC solutions and how they can benefit your home.

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Canada Duct Ltd – HPCN Member & TSBC Gas Contractor.