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Novair Ultra Heat Series (-25C)

9000 Btu/h, 12000 Btu/h, 18000 Btu/h, 24000 Btu/h

High-Efficiency Heat Pump

Rather than traditional heating systems, heat pumps do not create heat. Instead they move heat from one place to another. Heat Pumps take the heat from the outside and pump it inside. When air conditioning, it is the opposite. Even when its -35° C, we have heatpumps that can pull heat out of the air.

What Is a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a type of heating and cooling system that can heat your home in the winter and cool it in the summer. Unlike furnaces, heat pumps don’t require any fuel to run, as they’re powered by electricity. These systems also don’t generate hot or cold air like an air conditioner or furnace. Instead, they capture cold or hot air from the outdoors and transfer it to inside a home.

5 Advantages of Heat Pump:


Since heat pumps can provide warm air in the winter and cold air in the summer, they’re much more flexible than an air conditioner or furnace. Instead of having to rely on two systems to cool and heat your home, heat pumps allow you to only need one. As a two-in-one system, you can also save money by investing in a heat pump, as you won’t have to pay for a separate furnace and air conditioner.


When you’re looking for an energy-efficient system, heat pumps are an excellent choice. They only transfer hot or cold air instead of generating it, meaning they use less electricity than standard air-conditioners and don’t require any fuel. Since they’re better at dehumidifying than traditional air conditioners, they also consume less energy over the summer. Due to all of these qualities, heat pumps are incredibly energy efficient. Additionally, their increased energy efficiency results in reduced carbon emissions, making them environmentally friendly.


Compared to furnaces and air conditioners, heat pumps tend to be a much quieter option. Since a heat pump is designed to be quiet and its compressor is installed outside, most of its noise is limited to the outdoors. As a result, you won’t have to deal with a furnace making strange noises or a rattling air conditioner when you decide to use a heat pump.


If you’re looking to save money in the long term, heat pumps are an excellent choice. These devices reduce costs by not requiring any fuel and lowering a homeowner’s electricity usage. Besides offering lower energy-related costs, heat pumps don’t require as much maintenance as other heating and cooling systems. Due to heat pumps’ durability and design, they tend to come with fewer maintenance and repairs expenses.


Since heat pumps don’t rely on gas combustion to heat your home, they’re a safer option than furnaces. When a furnace is damaged, it could potentially leak toxic gases into your home, expose people to carbon monoxide, or create a fire. In contrast, a heat pump only needs electricity to run, eliminating many risks homeowners with furnaces face.

Do heat pumps save money?

The short answer is yes, heat pumps save money. How much money they save will depend on what current system you have and where you live. But because they are so efficient in heating a house by drawing in warmth rather than creating it, it logically follows that less electricity will be use and your energy bill will be lower.

This article outlines the results from a study done across Canadian cities, comparing air heat pumps that replaced oil or gas furnaces. The results showed energy savings between 57-81%, depending on the city. This translates to nearly $2,000 of annual savings!  Ground heat pump systems are more efficient than air ones, although they can cost more to install and might not be possible to set up in all areas.

Another way heat pumps can save money for homeowners is through rebates and green energy initiatives. Because heat pumps are efficient and use less energy, some provinces offer money-back programs to incentivize switching over to a heat pump system in your home. For example, the federal government offers up to $5,000 if a homeowner installs a heat pump in their home.

Are heat pumps worth it in Canada?

Overall, heat pumps are worth it in Canada. A lot of people are not familiar with them, but they are gaining in popularity. Because of their clever design that simply moves heat that already exists in the air and ground surrounding a home, they are very efficient.

Compared to furnaces, which create heat, heat pumps use less energy. Therefore, homeowners can expect lower bills. Heat pumps are also useful during hot summer months as air conditioners!

So, if you’re looking for an effective, energy-efficient, low-cost system, heat pumps are worth looking into!

Why should I install a Heat Pump?

  • Save up to 60% on heating costs
  • A/C for the summer
  • Healther Home – Cleaner air
  • Free Heat! You only pay to move it!
  • Dehumidify
  • More comfortable
  • Green energy – reduce carbon footprint
  • Removes excess moisture
  • Consistent heat