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Save on energy consumption and costs

Heat pumps are very efficient heating and cooling systems that can efficiently cool your home
in the summer and drastically reduce heating costs in the winter. 

Reduce costs, save energy with a heat pump

When most people think of staying cool, they think of an air conditioner as their only choice.

But with other options, such as a heat pump, Ontario residents can beat the heat while also saving both energy and money.

While that’s possible with certain types of air conditioners, products like ductless heat pumps and cold climate heat pumps may be a more viable option if you’re serious about decreasing both energy use and costs – and using one product to keep cool in summer and warm in winter.

How heat pumps keep you cool (and warm)

When cooling their homes with a heat pump, Ontario residents will get the same effects as an air conditioner and a heater all in one convenient product.  Heat pumps provide cooling and heating, and are best used in conjunction with your central furnace in order to be as economical as possible when in use.  All in all, they’re a reliable choice for saving both money and energy for controlling the climate in your home.

Basic heat pump components are:

Outdoor coil (looks just like an air conditioning unit)

Forced air furnace electric, oil, propane, or gas


Ductless heat pumps do not require ductwork or a furnace

How do heat pumps work?

A heat pump has the ability to remove heat from the outdoor air and transfer this heat into the living space. When cooling this process is reversed and the heat is removed from the inside air and rejected outside. This is accomplished by using a refrigerant as a heat transfer medium. Although the outside air is cold in the winter it heat, and a heat pump will remove this heat and transfer it to the living space.

Central heat pumps utilize the ductwork in your home and work with other sources of heat such as propane, oil, electric forced air. Central heat pumps can provide heat at a lower cost than other sources of fuel until the outside temperature becomes extremely cold (temperature varies depending on alternate fuel source) and can be set up so the most cost-effective method of heating will be utilized in relation to the outside temperature. Central heat pumps do require an alternate source of heat such as gas/oil /electric furnace.

Ductless heat pumps utilize the same technology as central heat pumps however are a self-contained unit including an outside portion and a fan unit that is installed on an interior wall. 


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Walker ClimateCare offers all types of air source heat pumps to meet your needs. We are always available to answer questions and help you choose the best possible system to keep you comfortable.

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