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Linked Home Heat Pump Services

Heat pumps are becoming more and more common as a primary heating source in Ontario. They offer a great alternative to traditional heating and cooling technology.

Make sure you hire an expert to supply and install in a new cold climate heat pump. We will confirm that your new system is the proper size, qualifies for government grants and is installed correctly.

Heat pumps cost up to 60% less to operate annually

Heat pumps are up to 4 times more efficient than current furnace and AC units

Our systems qualify for interest free Government Loans

  • Traditional fuels for heating are subject to market fluctuations, natural disasters, socio economic events, climate change etc.
  • Electricity in Ontario is not subject to market events and is currently much cheaper than propane, oil and gas
  • Cold climate heat pumps are the most efficient source of heat and cooling.  HSPF of up to 13.5 and a COP of up to 3.5
  • Cold climate heat pumps can replace or supplement your current heating system. They can be retrofitted into your existing duct work keeping installation costs low
  • If you do not currently have duct work, there are other solutions that can be used to heat and cool your home
  • DB (sound level) ratings are very low, usually less than a light rainfall
  • Cold climate heat pumps can work to as low as -35C (not including wind-chill) and can have their own back up heat source for those extra cold days
  • Heat pumps work on variable speed motors, using far less electricity then your traditional heating & cooling system
  • Heat Pumps are more powerful and require a lower BTU rating

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What is a Cold Climate Heat Pump?

Air sourced heat pumps are the most common type of heat pump technology. These systems use ambient air from outside the building as either a heat source or a heat sink. Heat pumps use the same process as air conditioners when operating in cooling mode. But in heating mode, the systems use outside air to heat a refrigerant. The heat pump compresses the refrigerant to create a hotter gas. The heat energy moves inside your home and is released through an indoor unit, like a furnace (or through ductwork, depending on the construction of the system). 



Why Choose Us

Comfort Assured

We will do everything we can to make sure your home is as comfortable as possible.

Informative Experience

Our home comfort advisors offer a no pressure informative sales experience.


Linked Home is 100% Canadian owned and operated.

Arrival on Schedule

Our service team is able to service your needs 365 days a year.

Technician Advantage

Our technicians are routinely trained to ensure we can offer you the best service and advice.

Expert Service

Our support staff is always ready to help you with any questions or concerns you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Usually setting up a new heat pump is easy as all the things can be modified and assembled according to preference. It takes around 8 hours. The time needed can vary from project to project, depending on the complexities of the building, pipe runs, or electrical requirements. According to the situation, it can take up to maximum of 1 day.

Good quality equipment, installed by qualified contractors, can have a life of fifteen to twenty years. Poor maintenance and environmental factors can cause premature failure. Regular inspection and maintenance will allow your system to run normally for as long as possible.

No. The leading brands on the market have very reasonable noise levels. Most heat pump compressors operate between 45-55 decibels.

Great Price and Advice

Our consultants will give you fair and knowledgeable suggestions about
your home comfort products and recommend the correct equipment for your home.