Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning can provide you with leading heat pump installation services that are individually tailored to your requirements for all-year indoor comfort!
Regardless of the nature or complexity of the project at hand, our certified HVAC technician crew has over 55 years of collective expertise and is equipped with the required skill sets, comprehension, and professionalism to go above and beyond the expectations of property owners. We’ve collaborated with thousands of property owners in Cambridge and nearby towns over the years and have a proven record of success that you’ll feel confident in.
Boonstra Heating and Air Conditioning are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and we do not charge additional fees for work performed after hours, on weekends, or on holidays! Are you experiencing a heating or air conditioning emergency? There’s no need to fret; the Boonstra technician team can schedule same-day or next-day installations! Furthermore, if you want to save finances on your new heat pump hardware, don’t hesitate to speak with us and make enquiries about our fantastic financing options and discounts!
Are you ready to enhance the comfort of your home? Call us directly or use our online booking system to speak with a member of our staff. We are excited to help you feel more at ease and comfortable in your Cambridge, Ontario, home!
Is leaving the heat pump on all day good or bad?
Leaving a heat pump on throughout the day can have both advantages and disadvantages. It can keep a constant indoor temperature and decrease wear and tear if it is correctly sized for the space and the outside temperature isn’t extremely hot or cold. However, if it is not sized correctly or if the outside temperature is extreme, it can put stress on the system, resulting in lower efficiency and increasing your energy bills.
Are there different types of heat pumps?
Yes, there are various types of heat pumps that homeowners can install in their homes. Here’s a deeper examination at these different kinds so you can decide what you want to install:
How frequently does a heat pump need to change its refrigerant?
The frequency with which a heat pump’s refrigerant must be updated depends on a variety of factors, such as the type of coolant used, the age of your heat pump and how well it has been maintained throughout its service life.
Generally speaking, a properly maintained and functioning heat pump system should not require refrigerant replacement during its lifetime. Even so, if the system has a leak, the coolant may have to be replaced or refilled.
Is the heat pump refrigerant toxic?
The safety of refrigerants used in heat pumps is influenced by the type of coolant utilized. Some coolants, such as hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), are recognized to be environmentally hazardous and can make a significant contribution to ozone depletion.
Relatively newer refrigerants, on the other hand, are thought to be less hazardous, including hydrofluoroolefins (HFOs) and hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), because they do not contain substantial ozone-depleting characteristics. However, if these coolants are released into the environment and inhaled, they can still be poisonous. To reduce the risk of release, it is critical to handle coolants correctly and to have only trained HVAC technicians perform heat pump repairs and maintenance.
We stand behind our work and our people. For up to 2 years from the day we install a new heating or cooling unit, we will repair, replace, or refund anything necessary until you are 100% satisfied. That’s our guarantee to you.