A heat pump is one of the most energy-efficient heating and cooling system available today. The costs (energy) to heat your house can be reduced up to 60%. In addition, heat pumps will also provide you with air conditioning

What is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is designed to move heat from one location to another. 

A heat pump is a proven heating and cooling system that uses a refrigerant to transfer heat energy between indoor and outdoor environments. The refrigerant travels within a closed loop between an external unit and an internal unit.

When the temperature rises indoors the heat pump works like an air conditioner. When the temperature drops indoors, the cycle is reversed and the system works like a heater. In heating mode the refrigerant absorbs heat from the outside air and uses it to warm up the interior of your home, even in the middle of winter.

MITSUBISHI Ductless and ducted HEAT PUMPS

Heat pumps are the ideal choice for heating and cooling in our climate.  The Ductless system might be the only choice if you want centralized Air Conditioning & Heating and you live in a strata controlled condo, otherwise Mitsubishi has a full line of ducted systems as well.


ENERGY STAR® qualified Tempstar® heating and cooling products are designed to provide homeowners with money-saving efficiency while maintaining our high standards for quality and reliability.

Coleman Heat Pumps

Echelon™ split system heat pumps that are ENERGY STAR® qualified offer higher energy efficiency than standard models. Innovative technologies in select models and industry-leading warranties on all Echelon™ heat pumps make these units the most reliable and advanced in our history.


Vertical units are commonly used in apartments, condominiums, and core areas of office buildings. The configuration helps save space. The air is distributed through ductwork to the various rooms. The return air options permit ease of application in unusual closet configurations.
These units can be installed where the room acts as a return air plenum. When doing so, always allow adequate distance between the filter and the wall or door for proper air return. The units can also be equipped with return air ducts. The units are lined on the interior with heavy density thermal insulation to provide acoustical absorption.