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Heat Pumps With Rebates Greater Vancouver in BC

If you currently heat your home with natural gas, oil, or propane, you could be eligible for rebates for switching to an electric heat pump. Get in touch with us to find out if you qualify for this rebate.

A heat pump is one of the most energy-efficient heating equipment you can use to reduce your carbon footprint. A heat pump can be a reliable heating and cooling source in moderate climates. 

At AireEnergy, we can help you purchase heat pumps with rebates all across Greater Vancouver in areas including Surrey, Langley, Richmond Coquitlam, Delta, Vancouver and Burnaby!

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Should You Buy Heat Pumps?

Space heating accounts for over 60% of Canada’s energy use, and switching to more energy-efficient options like heat pumps can reduce your carbon footprint. It’s important to consider the long-term operating costs of a product in addition to its purchase price when making a decision.

Heat pumps are a reliable source of heating and cooling for many homes in moderate climates. In colder climates, heat pumps that are designed to handle the colder temperatures are more efficient and require fewer supplementary heating sources. Heat pumps work by using electricity to transfer heat from a cooler area to a warmer area.

An energy advisor or contractor can help you estimate the potential savings you could achieve by using a heat pump in your area. While heat pumps may have more components and be more expensive upfront than other heating systems, some regions can recoup this added cost through energy savings and make significant GHG reductions in a relatively short period. Utility rates may vary in other regions, which could extend this period. Talk to an energy advisor to find out if a heat pump is right for you.

Buy Heat Pump for Heating (Dual Functionality)

Heat pumps are energy-efficient heating and cooling systems that operate according to thermodynamic principles, specifically heat transfer. Heat pumps use refrigeration cycles to move heat from colder environments into warmer ones – providing an energy-saving way of heating homes efficiently.  Heat pumps use a closed-loop refrigeration cycle consisting of four main components, such as an evaporator, compressor, condenser and expansion valve to transfer heat efficiently.

Start at the outdoor unit of your heat pump where an evaporator coil contains refrigerant fluid – typically hydrofluorocarbon (HFC), with a low boiling point – that absorbs heat from outside air as it passes over its coil. As air from outside flows over this coil, heat absorbs into it causing its refrigerant to absorb more and more of this outdoor heat until finally, its refrigerant evaporates resulting in low-pressure, low-temperature gas that leaves behind only heat at its place.

Low-pressure refrigerant gas is then drawn into a compressor, typically located inside an indoor unit, for increased pressure and temperature levels of its refrigerant gas, thus producing high-pressure, high-temperature refrigerant.

High-pressure and high-temperature gas is then sent to a condenser coil located inside your home, where refrigerant releases any heat absorbed from outdoor air it has absorbed and transfers it directly back into indoor air circulating over its coil. As heat escapes from its source, refrigerant begins condensing back into liquid form – eventually returning back into circulation within your home as you breathe it in!

High-pressure liquid refrigerant passes through an expansion valve to quickly reduce its pressure and temperature, turning into low-pressure, low-temperature liquid-gas mixture that’s ready to start the cycle again. Heat drawn from outdoor air is now being released inside your home to heat it, creating warm indoor air that fans or forced-air systems distribute throughout your living spaces. Hydronic and radiant systems also utilize this heat, but instead use it to warm water or a heat transfer fluid which then circulates through pipes or radiators and into your living spaces – heating your entire living area simultaneously!

Additionally, heat pumps can also serve to cool your home during the summer. A reversing valve allows the system to change the direction of refrigerant flow by extracting heat from indoor air and dissipating it outside – thus cooling your home.

Buy Heat Pump for Cooling (Dual Functionality)

Heat pumps have long been considered an efficient and cost-cutting way of keeping homes comfortable during the scorching summer months, yet new technology is gaining in popularity for its efficiency and cost-cutting benefits. Heat pumps not only serve heating but are highly effective at cooling homes as well. In this article, we’ll explore why they make such an ideal option and highlight their efficiency as a cost saving measure. Heat pumps offer two major benefits, both heating and cooling your home – making them the ultimate year-round solution. In summertime, they work by extracting heat from indoor air and sending it outside – effectively cooling your home; and then in winter they reverse this process to provide efficient heating – giving you comfort throughout the year without the need for separate systems for each season.

Heat pumps are widely recognized for their superior energy efficiency. Unlike traditional air conditioners which produce cooling air through refrigeration cycles, heat pumps merely move heat around more efficiently, leading to reduced consumption and utility bills – according to the U.S. Department of Energy estimates, up to 50% more efficiently than their traditional heating and cooling counterparts. Heat pumps offer significant potential cost savings. Although their initial investment may be higher than conventional air conditioning units, over time their long-term savings may be substantial due to using less electricity to achieve cooling effects and therefore lower monthly energy bills. Plus, heat pumps tend to last longer with reduced maintenance needs – further lowering ongoing expenses over time.

Heat pumps are environmentally-friendly cooling solutions. By using electricity instead of fossil fuels to transfer heat, they produce far fewer greenhouse gas emissions and are therefore an attractive choice for homeowners concerned about their carbon footprint. Opting for heat pumps not only saves you money but also contributes towards creating a more sustainable future.

Heat pumps provide even, uniform cooling throughout your home, unlike traditional air conditioning systems which may lead to sudden temperature shifts and hotspots. Heat pumps help ensure more consistent comfort all summer long for an enhanced living experience and more pleasant environment.

Buy GREE Heat Pump's In Greater Vancouver in BC + Rebates on GREE Heat Pumps

GREE is known for creating the best heat pumps and air conditioning products through research, design, and development, while also fostering a culture of respect and loyalty towards our colleagues and customers. GREE innovative line of heat pumps is producing the finest air conditioning products through research, design, and development.

FLEXX - Central HVAC System

Provides outdoor and indoor flexibility with comfort. With GREE’s inverter technology and horizontal (side) discharge design, the FLEXX delivers up to 20 SEER efficiency with 24 VAC flexibility.

The FLEXX is ideal for add-on replacement and new construction with ultra heating & cooling capabilities, a quiet operation and small outdoor footprint.

Benefits of FLEXX

  • 10-year unlimited part warranty
  • High efficiency, up to 20 SEER / 10.5 HSPF
  • Heating & Cooling range: -22 °F(-30°C) – 129 °F(53.889°C)
  • Variable speed compressor
  • Sound levels down to 45 dB(A) on outdoor unit (Minimum)
  • Conventional, 24 VAC thermostat control
  • Eco-friendly R410A refrigerant
  • Ultra high-quality performance
  • Field configurable 2,3,4,5 Tons

Why Buy GREE Heat Pumps (with rebates)?

GREE Electric Appliances Inc. is the world’s largest air conditioner manufacturer, and its products are among the most environmentally friendly on the market. Its G10 inverter technology, for example, is more environmentally friendly by consuming less energy without sacrificing performance. GREE offers multiple series of ductless mini split that cater to your homes needs for comfort. They are energy-efficient and provide some of the best comfort on the market. Call us at  1(855)-847-7892 so we can help set your home up with the best GREE HVAC products!

Crossover Series

■ G10 Inverter technology

■ WiFi control (Crossover wall-mount unit only)

■ Precise airflow control

■ Low voltage start-up

■ Fins with anti-corrosion coating

■ Multiple fan speed

■ Adjustable LED display

■ Washable dust filters

■ Heavy gauge steel cabinet

■ Eco-friendly R410A refrigerant

Extreme Series

■ Ultra Heat technology

■ G10 Inverter technology

■ Energy Star® certified

■ WiFi control by mobile device (GREE+ ap)

■ Precise airflow control

■ Low voltage start-up

■ Vertical and horizontal swing louver control

■ Fins with anti-corrosion coating

■ Multiple fan speed

■ Adjustable LED display

■ Washable dust filters

■ Heavy gauge steel cabinet

■ Two-stage variable speed compressor

■ Eco-friendly R410A refrigerant

Lomo 23 Series
  • Energy Efficient – Up to 23 SEER
  • Up to 11 HSPF
  • Low ambient cooling to -15°C / 5°F
  • Low ambient heating to -25°C / -13°F
  • Indoor Sound Pressure as low as 29 dB(A)
  • Outdoor Sound Pressure as Low as 53 dB(A)
  • Washable Air Filter
  • Program Dry Function
  • Econo Mode
  • Powerful Operation Mode
  • Backlit Wireless Remote Controller

You can earn from rebates from the federal government to increase your home’s energy efficiency!

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