If you've got the luxury of a completely blank canvas because of a new build or a complete home remodelling project then you can choose absolutely anything you like out of today's amazing range of HVAC systems. The sky's the limit and you will be able to pick from any number of state of the art energy efficient, high performance heating and cooling systems. The problem is, however, that few of us are in that privileged position and most of us are looking to replace a unit that has failed or is nearing the end of its life. That in turn brings in limitations about size and retrofitting to the existing units and ductwork of a building. Not a problem. Our broad expertise across so many models and makes of HVAC fittings means that we are perfectly placed to help you choose replacements for your failed units. Replacement doesn't mean having to put up with the same performance however. Just because the new unit has to fit where the old one was doesn't mean you can't enjoy significant leaps in energy efficiency, performance, and cost savings. Call us today and let us explain how.
Sometimes space is tight and a new unit absolutely has to fit into the space left by the old one. Or there is an existing system of ducting that you want to keep in place and reuse for the new heater or HVAC system. This can pose problems where new units are a different size or shape from the old legacy models. We're experts however at choosing new equipment to physically fit into the available space left by the old and retrofitting systems, piping, ducts, and wiring so that the old and the new mesh seamlessly.
Just because you're fitting a new HVAC into an existing ducting and plumbing system doesn't mean you can't benefit from the improved efficiency of newer models and technologies. We can advise you on whether you should switch power source and type of HVAC system for your property.
Our experts can advise you on going for a totally different approach to get the most from your HVAC. That includes heat pump/hybrid systems to capture heat from the air and transfer it into water. The initial cost is a little more but that is recouped in energy savings which you'll see on your utility bill. Or you might want to go tankless and save the space of a storage tank by having on demand heating. Then there's the condensing approach which captures the exhaust gases normally sent out the flue and uses them to heat water.
One alternative to consider in any HVAC installation or replacement is the possibility of solar power to reduce your energy bills (and help the environment). You might think solar is just for sunny hot places but you could be surprised and solar is gaining ground in Ontario with rooftop tanks and panels. Talk to us to find out more.