At Action Heat Pump Services, we know how important it is to save money on home energy costs. And, through industry-leading products and high-quality services, we’re in the business of making your heating and cooling systems more efficient and providing year-round comfort and high indoor air quality.
Action Heat Pump Services Inc. also provides installation and scheduled-maintenance programs for residential and commercial clients in Comox Valley including Courtenay, Comox, Black Creek, Cumberland, Campbell River and Northern Vancouver Island.
Different homes and different areas require different systems to make the best of your energy dollar. That’s where we come in. HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, & air conditioning. The professionals at Action Heat Pump Services are experts at heating and cooling your home and business and will help you understand energy-efficiency ratings and choose the system that best fits your needs.
Save money with Heat Pump rebates like:
Carrier® Cool Cash program – one in the spring and one in the fall
CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovation Rebate program for up to $6,000 available.
Federal Rebates are available for qualifying heat pumps up to $5,000 via Canada Greener Homes Grant.
We are CleanBC Better Homes and Home Renovations Rebate Program certified.
Action Heat Pumps is here to ensure that you get all the rebates available to you and keep that money in your pocket, not the government's. You can get in touch with us to learn more. We are happy to help!
We can even help you with financing available through SNAP Financial.
Action Heat Pump Services Inc. is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So contact us today for your heating and cooling needs and get a free estimate!
The Top 10 Frequently Asked Questions about Heat Pumps in Courtenay:
What is a heat pump, and how does it work? A heat pump is a device that can be used for both heating and cooling your home. It works by transferring heat from one location to another, using a refrigerant cycle. During the winter, it extracts heat from outside and transfers it into your home. During the summer, it reverses the process and extracts heat from your home and transfers it outside.
What are the advantages of using a heat pump? Heat pumps are more energy-efficient than traditional HVAC systems, as they move heat instead of generating it. This means they can save you money on your energy bills. They are also quieter, provide more even heating and cooling, and are better for the environment since they don't burn fossil fuels.
What types of heat pumps are available? There are several types of heat pumps, including air-source, water-source, and ground-source. Air-source heat pumps are the most common and less expensive than water or ground source.
How much does a heat pump cost to install? The cost of installing a heat pump can vary depending on the type of heat pump, the size of your home, and other factors. On average, installation costs range from $5,000 to $14,000 for 90% of installs. In some cases for special applications it can go higher.
How long do heat pumps last? With proper maintenance, a heat pump can last up to 15-20 years or more.
How often does a heat pump need maintenance? Heat pumps require regular maintenance, such as cleaning the filters and coils and checking the refrigerant levels. It is recommended to have your heat pump serviced at least once a year.
Can a heat pump work in extremely cold temperatures? Yes, heat pumps definitely work efficiently in cold temperatures. In the past for extremely cold weather, they needed to use an auxiliary heating source, such as electric resistance heating to supplement their heat output. But todays variable speed compressor technology eliminates the need for an auxiliary heating source.
Can a heat pump cool my home as well as heat it? Yes, heat pumps can both heat and cool your home, making them a great all-in-one solution for your HVAC needs.
Are heat pumps noisy? No, modern heat pumps are generally quieter than systems from even 10 years, as they don't have hard start compressors, but instead have a soft start compressor. As a general rule, modern heat pumps are designed to operate at low noise levels, typically between 50-70 decibels (dB) when measured from a distance of about three feet away. This level of noise is usually comparable to the sound level of a normal conversation or background noise in a quiet office.
How do I know if a heat pump is right for my home? The professional HVAC contractors at Action Heat Pumps in Courtenay can assess your home's heating and cooling needs and recommend the best type and size of heat pump for your home. We can also provide a cost estimate for installation and answer any questions you may have about heat pumps.
Please call us today for more information.