Ductless Heat Pumps in Toronto

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Have a space where adding ductwork is just simply impractical or not feasible?  We’ve got the solution.


Ductless air conditioners and heat pumps are the fastest growing segment of HVAC in North America. They are commonplace in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean and South America; Canada is now finally embracing the technology.

Ductless heat pumps in Toronto are more efficient than standard HVAC systems, include two or more pieces of equipment (typically an exterior unit combined with 1-5 indoor heads) and operate without the need of interior ductwork. Both the indoor and outdoor components are extremely quiet.

Ductless systems utilize inverter technology, meaning that the compressor has a variable speed, and its operating capacity is mimicked by the fan inside.  They can be installed in confined spaces where running standard 6” round ductwork may not be feasible.  System configurations vary from one to multiple small indoor units (depending on the number of rooms you’d like to control) that regulate temperatures even when you can’t connect to the main ductwork in your home or commercial space.   

Ductless heat pumps in Toronto are a great solution for older homes, homes without basements, or those with limited space where effective temperature control and regulation are needed. If you currently heat your home using a boiler or electric baseboard, a ductless system is ideal for cooling in the summer and heating in the winter.

Heat Pumps Frequently Asked Questions

Heat pumps operate by transferring heat between the indoor and outdoor environments using refrigerant. In heating mode, they extract heat from the outdoor air (even in cold temperatures) and transfer it indoors. In cooling mode, they remove heat from indoor air and release it outside. This reversible process allows heat pumps to provide both heating and cooling functions.

Heat pumps offer several benefits, including energy efficiency, as they can provide heating and cooling using less energy compared to traditional HVAC systems. They are also environmentally friendly, as they do not burn fossil fuels for heat. Additionally, heat pumps provide consistent and comfortable indoor temperatures year-round and can improve indoor air quality by circulating and filtering air.

While heat pumps can effectively heat and cool homes in many climates, their efficiency may vary depending on temperature extremes. Most modern heat pumps are designed to operate efficiently in a wide range of conditions, but in extremely cold climates, supplemental heating may be necessary during the coldest months. Your HVAC professional can advise you on the best heat pump options for your specific climate.

Yes, like any HVAC system, heat pumps benefit from regular maintenance to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Tasks such as cleaning or replacing air filters, inspecting and lubricating moving parts, and checking refrigerant levels should be performed by a qualified technician at least once a year.

Yes, heat pumps can be used in conjunction with other heating systems, such as electric resistance heaters or gas furnaces, in what is known as a dual-fuel system. This setup allows the heat pump to provide efficient heating in moderate temperatures and switches to the secondary heating source when outdoor temperatures drop significantly, maximizing comfort and efficiency.


All Season Home Comfort

No matter how extreme the weather outside, stay comfortable inside with a furnace and air conditioner system designed to keep your family warm in winter and cool all summer.

Ductless heat pumps can cool & heat your Toronto home

A ductless air conditioner can cool your home; but the more commonly installed ductless heat pumps in Toronto can provide both cooling AND heating. In the summer, heat is absorbed by the refrigerant and carried outside to the condenser. In the winter, the flow of refrigerant is reversed, and heat from the outside air is carried through the refrigerant and distributed indoors. Puron refrigerant boils at about -50 C! This means that it can move heat from outside into your home even if it’s -30 C! 

With multiple heat pump units, zone configurations allow rooms to be independently temperature controlled enabling a variety of temperature ranges depending on each room’s requirements. This flexibility ensures that you can maintain different areas of your home at different temperatures to ensure maximum comfort. Multiple configurations are available, including ceiling suspended units, high wall heads, floor consoles, concealed attic units and 4-way ceiling cassettes, we’ve got easy, unobtrusive solutions to fit practically every need and budget.   

One thing to remember – all the indoor heads in a multi-head ductless system must be set in the same mode: Heating or Cooling. This means that different rooms can be set to different temperatures – but you cannot heat one room and cool another simultaneously with standard ductless heat pumps Toronto.

Why Choose a mini-split ductless system?

One equipment solution does it all - providing heat in the winter and cooling in the summer

Easy to install in areas where traditional units are not possible or effective

Energy savings

Control each room on the system independently for maximum comfort

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems are the wave of the future. They are typically designed for commercial spaces because they allow for upwards of 60 heads to be matched to a single outdoor unit. They are extremely energy efficient when compared to standard packaged rooftops, and, unlike standard ductless heat pumps, can be used to heat one zone while cooling a different zone at the same time. 

Ready to upgrade your heating and cooling system?

Contact Energy Clean today to learn more about our ductless heat pumps in Toronto. Whether you need installation or repair services, our team is here to help. Book your appointment now for personalized solutions!

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