Up to $7,800 Rebates on Heat Pumps are Available in Ontario

Heat pump rebate - up to $7800

We are able to guide you through the various rebates, grants, and offers for heat pumps that are available to you in Ontario.

This is an excellent opportunity to upgrade your existing heating and cooling system to a new, super quiet and energy-saving heat pump system

  • NRC(Natural Resources Canada) offers substantial savings on residential heat pump installation.
  • Your home can be qualified for up to a $7800 heat pump rebate; it covers both the heat pump unit and installation labour.
  • Heat pump provides both heating and cooling functions, which makes your home HVAC system more versatile and efficient.
  • Heat pump can deliver significant energy savings. In fact, it can help cut your energy bills by several hundred dollars per year.
  • The replacement must be with a new ENERGY STAR® certified heat pump system.
  • Heat pump makes your home less dry in the winter.

Get a free heat pump for a selected furnace model that’s in your house already

The 100% rebate program is available when we install a brand-new, high-efficiency heat pump in your home, which applies to some of the following selected furnace brands in your home:

  • Lennox
  • Carrier
  • Goodman
  • York
  • Keeprite
  • Armstrong Air
  • And more…

Install a new high-efficiency furnace, and get a free heat pump

  • When we install a new high-efficiency furnace in your home, you will receive a free heat pump.
  • This means you can enjoy more flexible heating in the winter and cost-effective cooling in the summer.
  • A new high-efficiency furnace can significantly reduce the energy needed to warm your home, leading to considerable savings on energy bills.
  • Paired with a heat pump, you can further cut down on energy costs on both cooling and heating parts.
  • We are dedicated to providing customers with the best products and services tailored to their specific needs.
  • Our team of qualified HVAC specialists will work with you to assess the heating and cooling needs of your home and recommend the most suitable system.
  • We aim to ensure your comfort throughout the year.
  • Don't miss out on this opportunity to enhance the comfort and energy efficiency of your home.
  • To learn more about the furnace and heat pump promotion, schedule an appointment with a specialist and contact us today.

At our company, we are committed to providing our customers with the best products and services to meet their unique needs. That's why we offer a special promotion to homeowners with any of the above furnaces. Talk to our energy specialist today to find out how you could be eligible for a 100% rebate program and a free heat pump to enhance your home's energy efficiency and comfort.

Our team of experienced HVAC professionals will work with you to assess your home's heating and cooling requirements and recommend the best system to keep you comfortable all year long. Whether you need a new furnace, heat pump, or both, we have the expertise to provide you with the right solution.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to upgrade your home's heating and cooling system at no cost to you. Contact us today to learn more about our 100% free rebate program and free heat pump promotion and schedule a consultation with one of our experts. We look forward to helping you achieve the comfort and energy efficiency you deserve without missing out on the incentives.

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What Are the Rebates Available Now

The rebate amount for this specific upgrade is up to
which can help to offset the cost of the unit and installation.

The Enbridge Home Efficiency Plus Rebate Program offers rebates for energy-efficient home upgrades, including installing an air source heat pump system.

The Canada Greener Homes Initiative provides grants of up to
for homeowners to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes

This program is available to all Canadian homeowners, regardless of their energy provider, and the grant amount is based on the cost of the upgrades and the level of energy savings achieved.

The program provides a
Rebate for a mandatory Energy Audit from a program-certified energy auditor

Ask us how your home can get qualified for this rebate

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How to pick the right heat pump for your home in Toronto & GTA


The first step to getting the comfort you need all year in your Canadian home is choosing the right heat pump. To determine the right heat pump for Canadian homes, homeowners should consider the following factors:

Calculate the heating and cooling load required for your home by factoring in the size of your home, the number of rooms, ceiling height, insulation, and other variables. This will help you determine the adequate heating and cooling capacity needed for your heat pump.

How does a heat pump work?

  • Heat pumps operate based on the refrigeration cycle, involving compression and expansion of a refrigerant to absorb and release heat.
  • The refrigerant in a heat pump system absorbs heat from a source like outdoor air, the ground, or water.
  • This refrigerant then goes through a compressor to raise its temperature.
  • The heated refrigerant is moved to a heat exchanger, where it gives off heat to warm the indoor air.
  • After this, the refrigerant is expanded, resulting in its cooling, and the cycle begins again.
  • Heat pumps can provide both heating and cooling by reversing the direction of the refrigerant flow.
  • During summer, the heat pump takes in heat from the indoor air and expels it outside.
  • In winter, it absorbs heat from the outside air or ground and releases it indoors.
  • The Coefficient of Performance (COP), the ratio of heat production to energy intake, is used to measure the efficiency of heat pumps.
  • Heat pumps typically have higher COPs than traditional heating and cooling systems, making them more energy-efficient and cost-effective.

The three types of home heat pumps and how they work


Air-source heat pumps

Air-source heat pumps are a type of heat pump that provides both heating and cooling functions by extracting heat from the outdoor air and transferring it indoors. They can provide up to three times more heat than the electricity they consume, which makes them very energy-efficient. This can lead to significant savings on energy bills over the long term. Air-source heat pumps are the most affordable and easiest-to-install type of heat pump.


Ground-source heat pumps

Ground-source heat pumps, also known as geothermal heat pumps, are a type of heat pump that can also provide both heating and cooling functions. They extract heat from the ground and transfer it indoors. Ground-source heat pumps are very durable and can last for up to 25 years with proper maintenance, but homeowners hardly go for them because they are more expensive to install than air-source heat pumps.


Water-source heat pumps

Water-source heat pumps use a body of water, such as a lake or a well, as a heat source in the winter and a heat sink in the summer. Water-source heat pumps are quite more expensive to install than other types of heat pumps, as they require a significant investment in the piping and installation process. However, they have a longer lifespan and can last for decades with proper maintenance.

What are heat pumps?

Heat pumps are a type of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system.

  • Heat pump provides both heating and cooling functions, which makes your home HVAC system more versatile and efficient.
  • Heat pumps can significantly reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
  • The principle of heat pumps involves transferring heat from one location to another.
  • Heat can be sourced from water, outdoor air, or the ground.
  • In winter, heat pumps transfer heat from these sources into your home.
  • In summer, they work in reverse, transferring heat from your home to the outside.
  • Unlike many HVAC systems, heat pumps don't burn fossil fuels.
  • They are an energy-efficient and environmentally friendly solution for year-round temperature control.

Rebates for Canadian Homeowners

Incorporating energy-efficient features into your home not only lowers your energy bills but also enhances your property's value. The wonderful news is that there is an offer for every homeowner. Why bug your pretty head with information overload and tons of confusing figures? Contact us now, answer a few simple questions, and we will recommend the best energy solution for heating and cooling your home.
Don't miss out on this incredible offer to save money for years to come. Call us today at (647)812-5200!

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