What Is A Heat Pump?

In the colder winter months, Heat Pumps absorb heat from the outside air and brings it into your home to provide warmth. During the warmer summer months, Heat Pumps reverse the process, removing heat from the indoor air and transferring it outside cooling your home.

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Benefits Of Cold Climate Heat Pumps

Provides Heating & Cooling

Our Heat Pump systems provide a heating & cooling solution.

This integration can result in additional energy savings and decreased maintenance costs.
One-System does it all.

High Energy Efficiency

Our Cold Climate Heat Pumps can deliver up to 4 times more heat than the electricity they use.

Our Heat Pumps are a highly efficient heating solution, especially when compared to a forced air furnace, which can lose up to 30% of their heat through ducts and vents.


Although A Heat Pump has a higher initial investment compared to a conventional system, our Cold Climate Heat Pumps offer substantial long-term savings.

Typically within 5-7 years the system will essentially pay for itself through the significant savings on your energy bills.

Going Green

Our Heat Pumps lower greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to a cleaner environment.

Our systems align with Canada's Plan to reduce emissions.

Learn More About The Canada Greener Homes Rebate For Heat Pump Systems.

Heat Pumps use electricity and use the refrigeration cycle to transfer heat, providing a heating or cooling solution Keeping you comfortable all year round.

Heat Pumps do not burn oil, naturel gas or other fossil fuels like a traditional furnace, making them more environmentally friendly, saving you money, and may be eligible for government rebates, aimed to help reduce your carbon footprint.

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Online Quoting

Advertised Online Pricing is based on the average cost in our local service areas.

Online Pricing includes everything that is required for a typical installation & standard upgrades to the home.

Your home may already have the required upgrades completed, to help with reducing costs.

After submitting an approved online quote request or scheduling a free consultation, our team is able to provide you with a Personalized Guaranteed No-Obligation Quote.

In some cases additional cost upgrades may be required, that are not included in our Online Pricing.

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Remove & Replace Existing Equipment

When we are replacing an older, broken or outdated equipment.

This services includes the removal of the older equipment from the premises.

When we are able to re-use existing components, such as electrical wiring, drains, venting, filter racks, copper, and air conditioner pad or bracket.

To ensure you are receiving an accurate quote submit a quote request below or schedule a free consultation.

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Complete New Installations

When we are installing new equipment that did not previously exist.

Adding an air conditioner or heat pump to your home, switching from a water heater to tankless, switching from oil to gas are a few examples of a Complete New Installation.

When we are not able to use existing components, having to add wiring, venting, drain system, filter rack, or copper to name a few.

To ensure you are receiving an accurate quote submit a quote request below or schedule a free consultation.

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When Installing a New Comfort System, it is Important to Get the Right-Sized Equipment For Your Home & Have It Installed By Professionals. 

  • Ducted Heat Pumps

    Our Ducted (Standard) Heat Pump Systems operate and look similar to our Air Conditioning Systems. Our Heat Pumps use existing duct work utilizing existing furnace / air handler system.

    Our Standard Heat Pumps produce heat up to -15C, allowing you to operate your furnace less helping to reduce carbon footprint and lower fuel costs.

    Our Cold Climate Ducted Heat Pump Systems can produce heat in up to -30C

  • Ductless Heat Pumps

    Our Ductless Heat Pump Systems are used in homes with or without ductwork providing a heating & cooling solution.

    Our Heat Pump Systems allow for independently controlled distribution heads, allowing you to control each rooms temperature (up to 8 indoor heads per outdoor unit) 

    We offer Cold Climate Ductless Heat Pump Systems that produce heating in up to -30C! 

'Adapting heat pumps to our Canadian climate'

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Transparent Pricing

CoolHeat Comfort guarantees the total quoted* to complete the job is what you will pay. There will be no additional charges or surprises during or after the installation of your new system.

*After A Pre-Inspection, or approved photos & videos submitted for online quoting. Learn More about our Online Quoting Process.

Customer Respect

The CoolHeat Comfort Technicians strive to be the best in skill, attitude, and workmanship. If they have not performed in accordance with our high standards, we may provide you with a 1-year free ComfortClub Membership at no charge.

Property Protection

Our Comfort Technicians will ensure all property such as carpeting, floors, walls, furniture, and door frames are protected. Protective hall runners will be used on all work and traffic areas as we install your new furnace and air conditioner.

If the unlikely event of damage were to occur, the property may be replaced and/or repaired.

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Dedication To Customer Service

Locally Family owned heating & cooling service provider, proudly serving Ottawa for over 11 years.

CoolHeat is dedicated to our customers & community. We are here to help answer any questions you may have about your new system, modern technologies and government rebates that might be available.

Our Team is dedicated to continue to serve beyond the purchase and installation of your new heating system.

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Raising The Standards

When it comes to installation techniques, our highly skilled, certified & licensed Comfort Technicians continuously work hard, train, and advance their knowledge on modern residential air conditioning systems, technologies and designs.