AIR CONDITIONING – HEATING – THERMOPUMP
CENTRAL OR WALL: WHAT TO CHOOSE?
In a home where air ducts have already been installed, a central heat pump is usually preferred. If you don’t have ductwork and you are currently heating with electric baseboard heaters, it will be expensive to install the ductwork. A wall-mounted heat pump then becomes an interesting alternative. The condenser of a wall-mounted heat pump, placed outside, can be connected to eight separate wall units inside.
Regardless of the type, the main disadvantage of heat pumps is that they are effective down to temperatures around -30 degrees Celsius. In other words, during periods of extreme cold a back-up system becomes necessary.
THE ADVANTAGE OF THE HEAT PUMP
For the acquisition of a wall or central heat pump Rosemère Air Conditioning and Heating has the expertise to advise you to offer you products known for their reliability and which meet your needs such as Bosch, Sharp, Haxxair and Trane.
Take advantage of the grants and tax credits available to you!