Daikin Heat Pumps & Ductless Splits

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Crose Mechanical installs, services, and maintains Daikin heat pumps in the Owen Sound and Grey Bruce counties of Ontario.

Daikin heat pumps are very efficient ways to heat your home AND provide summer air conditioning that is super affordable! If running ductwork through your house isn't appealing, consider "ductless split" air conditioning or a heat pump as an option. If ducts are appealing, they can be used with a heat pump and a forced air furnace or electric backup.  

Don’t let the name fool you. Though it may be difficult to believe there’s enough warmth in outdoor air during the winter to heat your home, Daikin systems can actually deliver heat in conditions as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit to keep you warm and toasty inside. However, in significantly colder climates, a supplemental heat source may be required.

A year-round Grey Bruce home comfort solution, a heat pump and air handler system is particularly effective for the job of maintaining comfortable indoor temperatures and humidity levels. It also offers the air filtration benefits inherent to forced-air systems, because air is pulled through an air filter. This removes airborne particles and results in cleaner, filtered air being redistributed to your home through air supply ductwork.

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A heat pump works just like an air conditioner in the summer, absorbing heat from the inside air and sending it outside via the change of state of the refrigerant in the lines. In the winter the system reverses and provides heat indoors very efficiently.

A heat pump has another feature outside in the condensing unit - a reversing valve. The purpose of a reversing valve is to reverse the flow of refrigerants. This causes the refrigerant to absorb heat outside in the cold and bring it inside to release the heat inside.

The new ultra-efficient technology is inverter style with higher efficiencies and a growing number of applications. Some heat pumps called Cold Climate heat pumps can absorb heat to be brought inside down to -30 degrees. One of the benefits of a heat pump is the energy usage is substantially reduced, making it a very good addition to your propane, oil or electric furnace.

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How Does A Heat Pump Work?

A heat pump works just like an air conditioner in the summer, absorbing heat from the inside air and sending it outside via the change of state of the refrigerant in the lines. In the winter the system reverses and provides heat indoors very efficiently.

A heat pump has another feature outside in the condensing unit - a reversing valve. The purpose of a reversing valve is to reverse the flow of refrigerant. This causes the refrigerant to absorb heat outside in the cold and bring it inside to release the heat inside.

The new ultra efficient technology is inverter style with higher efficiencies and a growing number of applications.

Some heat pumps called Cold Climate heat pumps can absorb heat to be brought inside down to -30 degrees.

Heat pumps can come as a central ducted type, and often as a Ductless split type requiring no ducts.

One of the benefits of a heat pump is the energy usage is substantially reduced, making it a very good addition to your propane, oil or electric furnace.

Tips to Keep Heat Pumps Running Smoothly

> Pick a temperature and leave it. Try not to vary the temperature. It takes much more energy to bring the temperature up than to maintain it - much more than setback savings.

> Hose off the outside condenser unit to keep the air flowing well through the coil.

> Regular maintenance with help ensure efficiency and long life.

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Are There Rebates Available for Heat Pumps?

Qualifying heat pumps are eligible for some very generous rebates through government-sponsored efficiency renovation programs going on right now.

Our rebates page has the most current rebates available.

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