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Welcome to the ductless.ca Inc. blog where you’ll find the latest news about our company and website. Frequently asked questions regarding the operation and maintenance of your ductless or boiler system and many other topics!

Air Conditioning

Line-set Covers

Ductless Mini-Split Aluminum Line-Set Covers Most of our residential ductless air conditioner and heat-pump installation include attractive external lineset cover, usually at no extra cost. We offer these exclusive aluminum covers in a variety of colours, that can match your home’s exterior in order to improve the visual appearance and to extend the lifespan of the refrigerant

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In-Floor Heating FAQ
Heating

In-Floor Heating FAQ

Radiant Floor Heating Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) On a quest for energy savings? With energy costs on the rise coupled with a global shift towards energy efficient living, a demand has emerged for alternative heating methods within the home. By far the biggest rising trend in home heating over the last two decades has been

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Ductless Heat Pumps

How to Deep Clean a Heat Pump

Ever wondered how deep cleaning on heat pumps is done? Well, it’s no brainer that cleaning it is a necessity. Besides, if the unit has stayed for long without being cleaned is likely to have dust, dirt, or even mold built-up in the blower wheel. With these, you might experience low quality indoor air that

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Ductless Heat Pumps

Should My Heat Pump Run All The Time?

Heat pumps are quite an effective way of heating your house. However, the technology that drives these heat pumps remains a mystery to those who are not conversant in heating and cooling physics. Most online resources will either recommend you to purchase a heat pump or stick to propane or oil for home heating to

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Air Conditioning

How Is A Heat Pump Different From an Air Conditioner?

If you are trying to understand the difference between the heat pump and air conditioner then it would be interesting for you to know that a heat pump is basically an air conditioner that can reverse itself to provide heating. It’s just for the understanding, but actually a heat pump is an HVAC system pumping

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Air Conditioning

How Can I Tell If I Have A Heat Pump Or Conventional System?

Distinguishing between heat and convectional systems is not easy. These two different units are somehow identical. The good news is that there are several ways on how to distinguish them. Keep in mind both units are responsible for expelling out hot air. A heat pump can be used both in summer and winter, whereas a

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Ductless Heat Pumps

How To Use A Heat Pump In Winter?

In winter, temperatures fall to an extreme low, which causes lots of discomfort for you and your family. Thus, it becomes necessary to invest in a heat pump to ensure the efficient warming of your house. But how do you use a heat pump in winter? This must be a question you’re asking yourself because

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Ductless Heat Pumps

How Long Does it Take to Install a Heat Pump?

A heat pump is a ubiquitous electric device that removes heat from one source of heat and shifts it to another by circulating a propeller called refrigerant through a process of evaporation and condensation. This means that a heat pump can serve both as a heater and air conditioner at the same time. A clear

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How Often Should a Heat Pump be Serviced

For homeowners, a heat pump is one of the essential equipment they own. Therefore, having a proper servicing and maintenance of the heat pump is necessary for energy savings, durability, and repairs. Heat pumps run throughout the year, where they provide efficient heating in the winter and air conditioning during warm weather. For proper operation

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Ductless Heat Pumps

Heating Your Cottage During Winter

Does your cottage get cold in the winter? You drive up to your cottage and it’s frozen over. To make the temperature bearable, you need to build and stoke a fire or crank up the electric heaters. What if we told you there is a much simpler solution? What if we told you the temperature

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What Unsafe Ductless Installation Looks Like

I want to take a moment to show you a photo that was taken near Jarvis and Dundas. This is a ductless outdoor unit that was installed very poorly. You don’t need to be an expert HVAC contractor to see that this is just plain bad. You could even argue how unsafe it is. Seeing

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bitcoin air cooling
News

Air Conditioning For Bitcoin Miners

The weather starts to heat up and mining room temperatures begin to skyrocket. Human bodies put out heat, not to mention the huge amounts of heat brought forward by bitcoin mining units. All of this combined makes any room too hot for comfort. Many A/C solutions end up costing you hundreds on your power bill.

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Ductless Heat Pumps

Call The Best HVAC Contractor For Ductless Heat Pumps

Ductless.ca Inc. has been a leader in building trust in the Greater Toronto Area for over 30 years. We have seen the rise and fall of many different brands and models. We know everything there is to know about efficiency, rebates, product brands and their respective models. Our expertise shines through the quality of the

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News

Now serving Georgian Bay!

We are pleased to announce that ductless.ca Inc. now provides all of our installation services Georgian Bay. With this service expansion, we can reach a greater number of customers who demand energy efficient cooling and heating from ductless systems. We Are Proudly Serving The Following Cities: Collingwood, ON Wasaga Beach, ON Stayner, ON Clearview, ON

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What is a Ductless heat pump AC FAQ
News

What is a Heat Pump?

A ductless heat-pump is much more efficient than almost any other form of electric heating and much more efficient than electric baseboards. For example, when your electric baseboards consume 1,500 W of electricity they only output 1,500 W of heat (Coefficient-of-performance {COP} of 1:1). Ductless heat-pumps on the other hand, can output up to ten

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