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So, spring is here and you need a new ductless unit for your home. It’s this time of year that lots of our customers ask us: “What is a heat pump?

A heat pump is a ductless unit that’s capable of both heating and cooling your home. It is designed to transfer heat from one place to another. On warm days, heat is extracted from indoors and transferred outside, while the opposite happens on cold days. Even at temperatures as low as -10°C, heat pumps are an efficient way to heat and cool your home while reducing your carbon footprint and saving you money on your energy bill..

What are the benefits?

Now you know what is a heat pump, but it’s important to understand the benefits.

  1. A heat pump can reduce heating costs by up to 50% compared to electric heating
  2. Heat pumps don’t directly create carbon emissions as they don’t burn natural gas
  3. They run more frequently to help make your home have a more even temperature
  4. A heat pump is a quiet home comfort system as they are designed to promote smooth and quiet airflow
  5. Heat pumps provide air conditioning too, so they can cool your home in the summer

Types of heat pumps:

mini-split is the most common type of heat pump. It means the heat pump is actually located outside of your home, while the air handling unit is located inside. The installation required for this type of heat pump unit is very minimal and is easily done in a few hours.

An absorption heat pump is designed for larger homes (over 4,000 square feet) and operates on natural gas, propane, solar-heated water or geothermallyal heated water rather than electricity.

Heat pumps for existing furnaces:

You don’t need a new heating or cooling system installed in your home to reap the benefits of a heat pump. Some heat pumps can be added to your existing furnace for use during spring and fall. This allows you to utilize much less power while running your furnace during these milder times of the year. A heat pump can help to keep your home more comfortable at a much more affordable price.

When it comes time to think about the way you’ll be cooling your home this year, this ahead to a heat pump solution that will also provide heating in the cooler months.

So, What Is A Heat Pump?

Heat pumps mean cost savings, energy efficiency, space saving, easy installation, wifi technology, programmable features, quiet operation and much more. For more information about heat pumps or to get a free estimate for heat pump installation or maintenance call Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Hot water is something we all take for granted. It’s a luxury that we have definitely become accustomed to having whenever we want it. That’s why it can be especially frustrating when we experience hot water heater problems and have no clue what to do about it. Are these issues normal or is it a warning sign for a bigger problem in the near future? Here are some common hot water problems you might experience that require a service call to an HVAC professional.

Tankless Hot Water Heater Problems

While these high efficiency units can help you save space, energy, and money each month, things can still go wrong from time to time. A few common issues include problems with regulating hot water temperature, system overload, and even mineral build-up in the system itself. Luckily, these can be easily treated and addressed by the right professional. After all, whether your household has people overusing hot water or not, everyone needs to take a comfortable shower. Shrugging off small issues like these doesn’t have to be the norm. Remember, tankless hot water heaters are designed to be efficient, so don’t wait before contacting a professional to help get any issues resolved.

Traditional Hot Water Heater Problems

Noises and temperature fluctuations are pretty standard when dealing with traditional water heaters. You might hear the occasional clanging around or knocking sounds coming from the tank itself. This is usually an indicator of lime scale build-up within the tank. As you may have already guessed, this is not good. Build-up can lead to blockages over time and even result in you needing to replace your hot water tank before it’s full time is up.
Temperature changes on the other hand can be maintained or corrected much easier if it’s a small issue. If the issue is with a defective or old thermostat, then the need for a professional to pay you a visit might be necessary.

Air Conditioner Pro Is The Right Choice For Solving Hot Water Heater Problems

Our team has been able to help Toronto and the GTA for more than 30 years with various HVAC repairs, installations and maintenance calls, so we know a few things about hot water heater problems. Give our team a call at 647-547-4049 to get started, and we’ll work with to dispatch someone to your home who can answer your questions and lay out your options. At Air Conditioner Pro, we always want you to feel confident in your decisions. Call our team today!

My parents live in a bungalow in Etobicoke. Even though the lake is right there, that isn’t always enough to keep them cool in the summer. Sure they don’t like to complain about the heatwaves or humidity, but I knew it was becoming more of a concern as they got into their senior years. My wife and I talked to them about it and we all agreed that replacing their residential central air conditioning unit – which stopped working years ago – was a solid option for them.

Residential Central Air Conditioning Is Worth The Price

Once we started to shop prices of different models available, we realized that getting a new residential central air conditioning unit wasn’t as expensive as we had originally feared. Thankfully, a co-worker recommended Air Conditioner Pro to get us started. They were great right from the start and paid us a visit to give an accurate assessment.

Since the bungalow wasn’t the biggest, and the existing ductwork had held up just fine over the years, the cost was actually more affordable than we’d thought. Plus it came with a good warranty, just in case.

Residential Central Air Conditioning Made A Huge Difference

Once the installation was done, my parents noticed a difference right away. They felt more comfortable in their own home which honestly took a load off my mind. I know they’re safe in the summer and don’t have to worry about them as much. Plus the kids really appreciate it too since they spend some time there after school most days.

Overall, I’m very pleased with my whole experience. From start to finish, Air Conditioner Pro made it pretty easy and I just wanted to say they come highly recommended from my family and I.

If you need help or are thinking about upgrading your residential central air conditioning, don’t hesitate to contact us at 647-547-4049. Customer service is very important to us, which is why someone on our team is always ready to answer your call. We’re even available 24/7 in the event of an emergency.

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Like most HVAC technicians we recommend changing your furnace and air conditioner air filter every month or two. By name alone we all understand that this is important in order to keep the air in our homes clean, but that’s only part of the reason why you should change it often. Changing your air conditioner air filter is also especially important to avoid damage to your air conditioner.

Essentially, your air conditioner air filter is there to prevent damage, but if you’ve put the wrong one you can do more harm than good, and here’s how.

How Your Air Conditioner Air Filter Protects Your System

Primarily your air filter does in fact filter the air, which leads to cleaner air in your home. There are fewer allergens and dust and the air is generally fresher. The intention of an air filter is to avoid having anything large sucked into the blower, which can lead to damage that is expensive to repair. Without an air conditioner air filter, your blower can build up with dust and other large debris and ultimately breakdown.

The competing factor with ensuring cleanliness of air and keeping dirt and debris out is air flow. Allowing air to move through your system is important for efficiency and reducing wear and tear on your system. If your air filter is too dirty it reduces air flow, which means your blower has to work harder to move air around your home. This creates unnecessary stress on your blower, reduces the air quality, and makes your system work harder, which in turn uses more energy and costs you money.

Upgrading Your Air Filter

Dirty air filters that are the wrong size and rating for your furnace can do just as much damage as a dirty one. the extra fibers that rap particles and allergens in your super expensive air filter might do just that, but they also drastically impede air flow. These fibers are incredibly tightly woven, which means your air will be a little cleaner, but your unit will work much harder to move air.

The MERV (minimum efficiency reporting value) of your air filter is a good indicator of how well it filters. Most air conditioners come with a filter of about 1-4 MERV, but may be able to hold a filter of up to MERV 8. However, if the filter is too strong, you put your air conditioner at risk.

For more information about your air conditioner air filter contact an HVAC technician at Air Conditioner Pro Toronto today: 647-547-4049.

Saving energy, saving money

Buildings, notably our houses, are responsible for 18% of Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions. We wish to help Canadians in making their homes more energy efficient. This implies that homes will be more pleasant and less expensive to maintain, while also helping our environmental goals. The Canada Greener Homes Grant will help homeowners in making their homes more energy-efficient, creating new employment for energy advisors all over Canada, expanding our domestic green supply chains, and combating climate change.

What’s available through the initiative?

Up to 700,000 grants of up to $5,000 to help homeowners in making energy efficient retrofits to their houses, such as improved insulation, EnerGuide inspections (worth up to $600), and professional assistance to homeowners so they can start planning their retrofits.

Recruitment and training of EnerGuide energy advisors to fulfill growing demand; this will lead to the creation of new jobs throughout Canada. The project allows participants to receive up to $5,600 in total. To keep residents informed, updates will be provided throughout the duration of the initiative. We are committed to guaranteeing that Greener Homes reaches a wide range of Canadians, including those living in rural and northern areas and those with restricted internet access, as part of our mission. We are creating a diverse network of energy advisors in order to create job opportunities for all Canadians and to satisfy the requirements of our communities.

Official list of eligible products

If you’ve got Asthma or another respiratory disease then you understand how humidity can affect your breathing. Ductless air conditioners are a great way to rid your home of humidity, which can be referred to as dehumidification. Dehumidification occurs when the humidity is removed from the air being cooled and circulated throughout your home.

Main Benefits Of Dehumidification

  • Improve Your Home’s Smell / Indoor Air Quality – If the air in your home isn’t as refreshing as you want it to be then it could be the result of dampness. Dehumidification can remove the dampness from your home and in turn get rid of and mould or mildew smells that might also be lingering. Dehumidification helps reduce odours that can accompany mould and mildew in your home, thus getting rid of that “musty” smell that you might refer to, especially in your basement.
  • Protect Clothes & Fabrics – If mould or humidity is allowed to build up in your home the chances of mould growth on clothing and furniture can drastically increase. Especially if it’s stored in tight spaces. This mould can also develop on bed linens, towels curtains and other fabrics. Dehumidification is an excellent way to alleviate this problem.
  • Protected Property – Dehumidification can help to protect your property by way of fighting rust and corrosion. If  you notice that your electronics, tools or appliances are developing rust or corrosion, it might be the result of too much moisture in the area. Dehumidify these areas quickly with your ductless air conditioner.
  • Freshen Up Your Home – When your home is less humid everything is affected. Your clothes will dry faster, your cereal will be freshen, your bread will last longer and won’t go stale as quickly. There are a number of places where dehumidification can help.
  • Quicker Cleaning Times – Dehumidification helps to reduce dust in your home. Less dust means you won’t have to clean as often.

Rid Your Home Of Humidity

When you consider your next ductless air conditioner or heat pump, be sure that it will help dehumidify your home. Summer time in Toronto and the GTA can be humid, and protecting your property is as simple as the flick of a switch. It’s also just that easy to help with respiratory diseases and other health concerns related to humidity.

For more information about ductless air conditioners or heat pumps contact a Air Conditioner Pro ductless or heat pump technician today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro recently took some time to answer a call for someone looking to know more about ductless air vs. central air. This is Tom’s story.

Ductless Air Is Perfect For Pets

Toronto and the GTA can get quite warm in the summer, and no one knows this better than Tom. As a certified plumber, he makes house calls throughout the day. That means driving from location to location and since he represents a smaller business, that usually means he’s working past 5pm.

Tom has a smaller place of his own in the east end like most Torontonians nowadays. His dog Oscar lives with him. Just like you shouldn’t leave a pet in a hot car while you go shopping, you really shouldn’t leave them in a hot house either. As a responsible pet owner, Tom would ask his elderly neighbour to dog-sit on especially humid days knowing that this neighbour had air conditioning. With this neighbour getting ready to move in with their family, Tom needed to find another way to keep Oscar comfortable in the summer.

Is Ductless Air Better Than Central Air?

Tom decided to give us a call after doing some homework on ductless air systems. After answering a few of his concerns, we convinced him to let us provide an assessment of his home. With just a simple basement apartment setup to keep cool, we knew ductless air was the way to go for Tom and Oscar.

Ductless air works best when trying to control room temperature of a given area of a home. It pulls in air from outside, cools it, and then distributes it to a large area (like a living room), known as spot cooling. Combine this with a well insulated home, and ductless air works like a dream – even in muggy summer weather.

Need Ductless Air? Call Air Conditioner Pro

Our Air Conditioner Pro experts have been helping Toronto and the GTA stay comfortable for more than 30 years. Summer, winter, it doesn’t matter. We install, maintain, and repair all HVAC systems, including ductless air. Best of all, we take pride in being there for our customers whenever they need us. That’s why we’re available 24/7 for emergencies. Just contact us at 647-547-4049 and one of our trained staff will be there to help. So don’t wait to get answers about ductless air. Let us keep you and your pets cool all summer.

Okay, so before you ask…yes it is January, so why are we talking about ductless air conditioning maintenance? The simple answer is that it’s never too early to start thinking about ductless air conditioning maintenance. Spring and Summer are months away and we’re all still dealing with the freezing cold that never forgets about Toronto and the GTA, but when that nice weather comes you want to be ready.

Ductless Air Conditioning Maintenance: It’s Never Too Early

  1. Affordability: Why wait until the Spring and Summer to book your ductless air conditioning maintenance appointment. Those are the months when all of us spend the most on day trips, weekend get-aways and summer vacations with the family. Once the kids are out of school our credit cards take a hit. By comparison, January and February are very affordable months, which is why we urge our customers to book early.
  2. Get The Appointment Time You Want: While we have lots of professional Air Conditioner Pro ductless air conditioning maintenance technicians working for us year round, getting the ideal appointment time during our busiest times can be challenging. We’ll always be able to help on an emergency basis within 24 hours, but if you need you ductless air conditioning maintenance appointment taken care of ASAP during our peak time we may have to work between our schedules to find something ideal for you. To avoid any waiting whatsoever book early in the spring or even in February. We’re always available early to take care of your ductless air conditioning maintenance appointment.
  3. Don’t Wait For A Breakdown: We normally have the most calls for ductless air conditioning maintenance in the spring. This is because it’s the time of year that most people turn on their ductless air conditioners for the first time. Don’t wait until you are turning your unit on for the first time to call for a maintenance or repair appointment. Ensure that maintenance is taken care of before you actually need to use your ductless air conditioner will take care of any issues that might lead to a breakdown, so you can just enjoy the cool refreshing air.

Essentially, you can schedule ductless air conditioning maintenance any time of the year, but it should be at least once a year and ideally before any heavy usage. For more information about ductless air conditioning maintenance contact Air Conditioner Pro today at 647-547-4049. We’ll provide you with a free estimate for the maintenance of your unit and book an appointment that suits your schedule.

Heating your home can account for up to 35% of your energy bill throughout the winter, so it’s important to choose the best option for home heating. A heat pump is a common option in older homes throughout Toronto and the GTA. They’re cost effective and much more efficient than traditional electric heating. They also won’t break the bank when it comes to purchasing and installation like a central heating system will, which involves installing an entire duct system.

It’s important to get the most out of your heat pump, which means understand that they’re not a one size fits all type of appliance. Choosing the right model for your home or space is key. If it’s too big or small it might cost you more than it needs to depending on your usage. Proper maintenance is also very important to evaluating how much it will cost and how efficiently it runs.

Do Heat Pumps Really Save Money?

Yes, heat pumps are efficient in cold weather and can save you money compared to other forms of heating. How much they cost depends on how long you use them, how well you maintain them and how old they are. If you operate one for 6 hours a day for 6 months of the year its energy usage will be about 6 KWh, and depending on your energy bills can work out to around $400 a year. By comparison an electric heating system, such as baseboard heaters can cost you around double that over the course of a year.

Eight Ways To Save Money Using Your Heat Pump

  1. Keep the settings low (18ºC or – 20ºC). If your heat pump is set to maximum it won’t necessarily heat the room any quicker, but it will use more energy.
  2. Fall heat pump maintenance is important and can ensure it’s running as efficiently as possible in time for heavy usage.
  3. Clean both your indoor and outdoor filters at least once a year.
  4. Only heat the spaces you’re using, otherwise you’ll be heating empty rooms and wasting energy and money.
  5. Turn off your heat pump when it’s not in use. It can run for as long as you need, but make sure you switch it off when you’re not using it.
  6. Close doors and curtains to keep the heat in, especially on very cold days. If the sun is shining bright it can help heat rooms, so allowing sunlight in can be an exception.
  7. The better insulated your home, the better it will hold the heat and the more energy efficient your heat pump will be.
  8. Use the heat pump timer to heat up your home 15 minutes before you come home.

Overall, your heat pump can be an efficient components of your home, if you use it and maintain it properly. For more information about heat pumps or to schedule an appointment for installation contact a Air Conditioner Pro HVAC technician today: 647-547-4049

As energy costs continually rise, we as homeowners are constantly looking for ways to save money around the house and energy savings are an easy and obvious way. For the most part updating light bulbs, insulation in the walls, new appliances and some other features is a great way to save energy, but tuning up existing appliances is also key. Your heat pump is no exception. Properly maintaining your heat pump can go a long way in terms of its efficiency, operation and longevity.

Maintaining Your Heat Pump Will Save Energy

It’s simple, maintaining your heat pump will save energy. Annual maintenance will keep your heat pump running as efficiently as possible. The difference between the energy consumption of a well-maintained heat pump and a severely neglected one ranges from 10% to 25%. That can be hundreds of dollars a year in savings. Imagine what else you could spend that money on!

Filters are important to change as soon as they’re dirty. A clogged filter slows down air flow and forces your heat pump to work harder to move air, whether it’s hot or cold. By working harder your heat pump is using more energy and costing you more each month on your energy bills. Maintaining your heat pump will address dirty filters, coils and fans and help air move as it was intended to. In addition to affecting efficiency, reduced airflow can damage your heat pump’s compressor.

Cleaning around the outdoor condenser unit is also an important part of maintaining your heat pump. Keeping bushes, trees, shrubs, flowers, patio furniture, umbrellas, fallen leaves and anything else away from your heat pump will ensure that it has proper airflow to perform its necessary operations.

Managing Your Heat Pump With A Thermostat

When it comes to your heat pump’s thermostat it’s important to set it properly. Do not set back the heat pump’s thermostat if it causes the backup heating to come on. Most backup heating systems cost much more to operate than your high efficiency heat pump. On top of that if you continuously run the indoor fan your heat pump performance will degrade over time, unless your system uses a high-efficiency, variable-speed fan motor. Operate the system on the “auto” fan setting on the thermostat, to avoid unnecessary wear and tear on the fan motor and components. Consider installing (or have a professional install) a programmable thermostat with multistage functions suitable for a heat pump. Overall, thermostats are an important part of maintaining your heat pump long term.

Maintaining Your Heat Pump – Annual Maintenance

One of the most important things you can do to keep your heat pump running properly and efficiently is to have a professional HVAC technician service your heat pump at least once a year. A Air Conditioner Pro HVAC technician will:

  • Inspect ducts, filters, blower components, and coils for dirt, dust and other things
  • Diagnose and seal duct leakage
  • Verify adequate airflow in all areas
  • Verify correct refrigerant charge in the heat pump
  • Check for refrigerant leaks in many different locations
  • Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections, and apply make necessary repairs
  • Lubricate motors and inspect belts for tightness, and wear and tear
  • Verify electrical controls and ensure that heating is locked out when the thermostat calls for cooling and vice versa
  • Verify correct thermostat operation and replace or upgrade thermostat if necessary

For more information about maintaining your heat pump or to schedule an annual maintenance appointment contact a Air Conditioner Pro HVAC technician today: 647-547-4049.

In case you haven’t noticed fall is well under way. You know the signs: colder weather, leaves on the ground, sweaters everywhere, and of course you might think about turning on your heating system. If you have a ductless heat pump, fall is definitely the time to book a ductless heat pump maintenance appointment.

Importance of Ductless Heat Pump Maintenance

Your ductless heat pump is an investment, and as such you want to ensure that it lasts for as long as possible. With proper maintenance and care your ductless heat pump will run well for many years. It’s really that simple. Without proper ductless heat pump maintenance your heat pump can experience breakdowns and actually have a shorter operating life.

Benefits of Ductless Heat Pump Maintenance

There are numerous benefits to the proper care and maintenance of your ductless heat pump.

  • Efficiency: With annual heat pump maintenance your unit will operate as efficiently as possible. Maintenance ensures that your unit uses as little energy as possible to produce heat. The less energy it uses, the lower your energy bills will be, and so you save money each month. The chances are your ductless heat pump will operate for a long time without maintenance and still produce heat, but it will continually become less efficient as it gets older.
  • Reliability: Scheduling an annual heat pump maintenance appointment is the best way to give yourself some peace of mind that your ductless heat pump will operate when you need it to. While it’s not a matter of life and death if your heat pump doesn’t turn on, it’s frustrating and inconvenient to spend good money on a home appliance only to have it breakdown all the time. Proper maintenance will drastically increase the reliability of your ductless heat pump, so it will turn on and work properly when you need it to.

The fall is the best time to take care of HVAC maintenance, including your heat pump. Contact a Air Conditioner Pro HVAC technician today to book an appointment: 647-547-4049.

Investing in your home is always a smart choice, especially in Toronto and the GTA. With bidding wars and prices climbing every day, spending your hard-earned cash on the right upgrades requires some research. Take a look at some of the things you should consider before investing in an air conditioner split system for your home.

Knowing The Basics

Everyone likes to be comfortable no matter how hot or cold it gets outside. That’s one of the benefits of owning your own place. You set the rules, and the internal temperature. When it comes to choosing a ductless air conditioner, you’ll want to consider the setup of your home. If ductwork is already in place, a central air unit is most likely the way to go, while those depending on radiators for heat might be thinking about a ductless system, aka a split system.

An air conditioner split system is quite simple and only consists of an indoor unit, outdoor condenser, and tubing that connect the two. Air is brought in from outside, cooled, and distributed to a given area of your home. This is a very efficient way of controlling the internal temperature, and requires less in the way of installation.

There are a couple of things to remember about split systems though. They work best when your home is properly insulated, as the insulation works well at keeping your energy costs lower on average. Also, these are best for spot cooling only. That means if you want to keep more than a single room cool in the summer, you might have to factor the installation of additional indoor units into your budget.

Choosing The Right Ductless Air Conditioner Split System

As with anything in life, you want the best. Unfortunately, most of us have a budget to contend with. When it comes to an air conditioner split system, here is a list of some of the best names in the business to get you started. Take a look to learn some of the different features of each, but ultimately you’ll want the opinion of a professional before you invest.

Contacting the right professional to install and consult with you is highly recommended. This will help ensure you find the right model best suited for your home and budget. Plus, this guarantees the installation process goes much smoother.

The Right HVAC Professional For You

Toronto and the GTA is a big place with plenty of self-proclaimed professionals wanting to offer their services. To help narrow your search, consider the ones with experience and who serve a large area. This ensures they are reputable and know how to treat customers.

At Air Conditioner Pro, we take pride in providing quality HVAC installation and maintenance services. In fact, we’ve done so for more than 30 years now. Our dedication to helping our customers is second to none. That’s why we’re available anytime, contact us at 647-547-4049. We’d be more than happy to consult with you about which air conditioner split system is right for you.

If you’re one of the lucky few to afford your own home in Toronto and the GTA, you understand things don’t come cheap. In fact, once you’re done with closing costs and inflated housing prices, there might not be much left over for necessary renovations. That’s why it’s important to weigh the cost of any repairs or upgrades, so let’s look at what’s included in your ductless or split system installation cost.

Positives of Choosing Split System Installation

As much as it comes down to dollars at the end of the day, this method of air conditioning has some great benefits for your home. First, you should consider what type of system your home already has in place. If you have an older central air conditioning unit set up, then the split system installation cost will absolutely seem very high. In this case, you’d be switching from one way of cooling your home to another. If you’re currently cooling your home with fans or a window air conditioner then a split system is an upgrade.

Split systems work best for spot cooling, which means they are better suited for smaller areas – not for cooling an entire home at once. As long as your home is well insulated, split systems will keep rooms cooler and use less power. This will be reflected in your energy bills too.

Things To Consider

Unlike central air conditioners, you will see these models in your home. While the condenser is outside, there is a long slender wall-mounted indoor unit, which might clash with the style of your living space.

And remember, these systems are recommended for spot cooling only. To cool your entire home, or more than one area at a time, you’ll need another indoor unit, which will add a bit more to your split system installation cost.

All of this is irrelevant of course without the right installer. Finding a professional can limit the need for corrections in the near future, and ensure your home’s energy efficiency remains in good standing.

How To Limit Your Split System Installation Cost

The city of Toronto and the GTA has no shortage of self-proclaimed professionals lining up to help provide handyman services for the cheapest price. While it may seem to meet your needs at first, this can often prove to be a bad investment in the long-term. To avoid paying someone to make another trip to make adjustments or repair bad work, you’ll want to find someone with experience, and who serves a large area of the city.

At Air Conditioner Pro, we pride ourselves on our customer service to all of Toronto and the GTA, as well as our 30 years of HVAC installation and maintenance experience. We’re even available 24/7 by phone. Contact us at 647-547-4049. We’d love to help you keep your split system installation cost as low as possible by doing a quality job you can count on.

Affording a home in Toronto and the GTA is no small feat, especially is such a hot market. If you’re one of the lucky ones able to call yourself a homeowner, it might not leave you with very much in the bank for renovations and upgrades. Unfortunately, that means those old homes without central air conditioning will be quite unbearable in the summer months, but there is an affordable solution. Ripping your home apart to install duct work isn’t for everyone, and installing ductless air systems is the next best solution.

Ductless air systems are a great way to cool your home. They’re low maintenance and don’t require much time to install, but most importantly, they are a cost-effective alternative to central air conditioning.

The Benefits Of Ductless Air Systems

Living in Toronto and the GTA isn’t easy, and finding the money to purchase a home is even harder! That’s why it’s important to know your options, especially the ones that save you money. In the case of most homes for sale in the city, their age might leave you to pay for the necessary upgrades – like air conditioning. Central air conditioning can be quite expensive since it requires ventilation to be installed throughout the home. Ductless air systems are much more affordable.

Installation of ductless air systems requires only one indoor unit, one outdoor compressor, and tubing to connect the two. This is very straightforward and easy on your wallet. The one thing to keep in mind though is that ductless air systems focus on a given area of your home only. Once you select the room you wish to keep the coolest, you’d book a professional to handle the installation. To cool other parts of your home, you would need another indoor unit installed. These work best when paired with a home that is properly insulated. The better the insulation, the less energy required to cool that room.

Who Is Qualified To Install Ductless Air Systems?

In a city the size of Toronto and the GTA, you won’t have any shortage of people offering their services in exchange for a reasonable price. Handymen, do-it-yourselfers, and other self-claimed “professionals” might seem like a good idea based on what they charge, but your home is an investment, and you should protect it as one. The right professional can make all the difference in the long-term.

After 30 years of installing and maintaining HVAC systems in Toronto and the GTA, rest assured that Air Conditioner Pro is the right choice. Our experts work hard to be there for our clients when they need us. That’s why we’re available 24/7 by phone. Just contact us at 647-547-4049 to get started or have your questions answered. Let us keep your home cool this summer by installing ductless air systems.

As temperatures continue to climb in Toronto and the GTA, you might be thinking of ways to keep your cool this summer. If you’re in an older home lacking central air, ductless air conditioning is a great option for a number of reasons. Have a look below to learn more about the basics, including the pros and cons of installing ductless air conditioning.

A Difference You’ll Feel

Whether it’s a room with a lot of sunlight, or just warmer temperatures making things uncomfortable this summer, ductless air conditioning makes a difference. Their design consists of an indoor unit, lines that supply coolant, as well as an outdoor compressor. Once installed, you can control the temperature of whichever room your ductless air conditioner happens to be in your home.

These spot-cooling specialists are great for keeping you comfortable no matter how warm it gets outside. Ductless air conditioning pulls in coolant from the outdoor compressor and fans blow the colder air along the ceiling of the given room. Since warm air rises, the colder air will make its way to you while the warm air leaves. This is definitely an option to consider for older homes without central air conditioning – a much more economical option.

Pros of Ductless Air Conditioning

  • More affordable
  • Ideal for older homes
  • Less installation needed

Staying comfortable all year is an important part of owning a home. Rather than spend a fortune retrofitting your older home, ductless air conditioning is an affordable solution to your problem. By booking a professional to handle the installation, you can significantly cool an area of your home to battle the rising temperatures outside. This is great for keeping your living room or other frequently used room of your home cool all summer, for a price that makes sense. On the other hand, installing central air conditioning would require vents to run throughout your entire home, raising the timeframe of the job, as well as the price tag.

Cons of Ductless Air Conditioning

  • Fashion faux-pas
  • Spot cooling only

When it comes to owning a home, there will always be positives and negatives to any installation or upgrade choice. In this case, there are a couple things to consider with ductless air conditioning. The first is that these are designed to cool a specific spot in your home. This is no problem for smaller homes or if it’s installed in a common area, but the bigger the home, the more units you may need to keep it cool. The other complaint is about the lack of subtlety with ductless air conditioning. While central air conditioning may be relatively unseen in the form of vents, ductless air conditioning units are noticeable. This might clash with design choices and colours of walls and other style choices of the room it’s in.

Leave Ductless Air Conditioning Installation To The Professionals

After reading a bit more about ductless air conditioning, you have a better idea if this is the solution for you. For installation in Toronto and the GTA, you’ll want to properly check out which professionals are available near you. To save some time, consider what over 30 years of experience can do for you by choosing Air Conditioner Pro. Our reputation for helping clients with all their HVAC needs is something we’re quite proud of. In fact, we’re even available 24/7 for your convenience. Contact us at 647-547-4049 for all your installation and maintenance needs. Ductless air conditioning could just be the upgrade your home needs to keep you cool all summer long.

Ductless systems are most commonly used in the summer for air conditioning, but many units also have heating options that can be useful during cooler times of the year. Ductless systems aren’t the ideal solution for heating your home during the cold months of winter, but they are a great way to heat spaces in your house that aren’t fully heated by other heating sources like electric heating or forced air heating.

Ductless Heating In The Fall

As the night’s cool down, but the days are still hot utilizing your ductless air conditioner for both heating and cooling is a great way to maintain home comfort and efficiency. Ductless units have the ability to blow warm air into cool spaces so you don’t notice the difference in temperature during cool fall nights.

Complete ductless systems also offer the same efficiency that they typically do when being used for air conditioning. This means that you can count on them for heating without drastically affecting your energy bill.

Autumn Maintenance

In order to keep your ductless system reliable and running efficiently during the colder months it’s important to take care of it. Simple cleaning of the unit and the filter is typically sufficient on a regular basis to keep your unit working fine, but professional maintenance should be done at least once or twice a year as well. Call and HVAC expert to take care of the maintenance for your ductless system is essential to it working properly and lasting for many years to come.

HVAC professionals can identify problems and make recommendations and repairs as necessary. Overall, there’s no better way to maintain your system.

For more information about using your system in the fall and winter or to schedule a maintenance or repair appointment contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049. Air Conditioner Pro has been serving Toronto, York Region and the entire GTA for over 30 years.

For most people preparing for the fall means doing back to school shopping, raking leaves, cleaning the gutters, drinking pumpkin spiced lattes and a litany of other things. For every homeowner this list should also include fall air conditioner maintenance.

Key Fall Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips

  • Change Your Air Filter: Changing the air filter is important. A dirty air filter can result in quite a few problems for your air conditioner, the main one being an inability to cool your home. Fast-forward to the first time in the spring you decide to turn on your air conditioner and all you get is warm air. By changing your filter now you can avoid potential problems and allow cool air to circulate throughout your home.
  • Clean It Good: After a full summer of use your air conditioner builds up a lot of dirt and grime. While changing the filter is a good first step it’s also important to give it a good cleaning. Wipe down the inner coils, outer casings, and removing and leaves or other debris that’s inside your unit is a great way to ensure it’s ready for the spring.
  • Scheduled Maintenance: One of the most important things you can do before tucking your air conditioner in for a long winter’s nap is to call a professional technician from Air Conditioner Pro to take a look. Professional air conditioner maintenance is the best way to keep your air conditioner working properly and efficiently. It’s also the best way to find and fix problems while they’re small, so they don’t cost you big time in the spring.
  • Air Conditioner Replacement: If your air conditioner is getting on in years you might need to start thinking about replacing it. One of the best times of the year to purchase a new air conditioner is in the fall when prices are lower. Most homeowners wait until the spring or summer to buy new units and manufacturers know this.

For more information about fall air conditioner maintenance contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049. Air Conditioner Pro has been installing, repairing and maintaining air conditioners in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

The air conditioner and furnace in your home are important components of your overall HVAC system. If any element of that system needs repairs, maintenance or to be upgraded it’s important to take action. Waiting too long to replace your air conditioner and furnace can result in your entire system working too hard, and ultimately costing you more money than necessary.

When your air conditioner and furnace are operating inefficiently they also face an increased potential of breaking down prematurely, which could happen when you need them most. The easiest way to keep this from happening is to ensure that your air conditioner and furnace are regularly maintained and replaced when your HVAC technician recommends. Working with a company like Air Conditioner Pro means that you’ve got over 30 years of experience working for you, and you can trust that they understand when your components need fixing or replacing.

How Old are Your Air Conditioner and Furnace?

If your air conditioner is over 15 years old and your furnace is over 10 years old then it’s probably time you called Air Conditioner Pro for an inspection and a free estimate on repairs, maintenance or replacement. When replacement is happening it’s also an ideal time to assess your duct system to see if it can be reconfigured to function better and increase the efficiency of your system.

Air conditioner and furnace technology has come a long way over the past 10-15 years, so if you’re running an older unit that’s coming close to its due date it’s the perfect time to think about replacing it. Old units might be reliable, but they can also be very inefficient and be costing you lots of extra money on your energy bill. Newer units are rated according to a SEER rating which indicated how efficient they are. The higher the rating the greater your energy savings will be.

Finally, one of the main indications that you need a new air conditioner or furnace is if your system is in a constant need of repairs. A new air conditioner and furnace can save you up to 25% on your energy bills, so waiting to replace them is only costing you more.

For more information about replacing your air conditioner and furnace or for a free consultation contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been serving Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

Panasonic ductless air conditioners are highly respected in the ductless air conditioning industry. Their products are well-built, provide a number of different features, and are known for being very energy-efficient. All available Panasonic ductless air conditioners sold in Canada have heat pumps, adhere to climate testing requirements, and lots of standard features that aren’t offered with many models carried by other brands.

In addition to their excellent functionality and efficiency they also offer some of the most stylish models on the market. They’re sleek, stylish, and offer curved glossy surfaces that provide the lustre of high-end electronics.

Panasonic ductless air conditioners are also known for being whisper-quiet, which is important especially since they all have heat pumps.

Panasonic Air Conditioner Features

Panasonic units utilize inverter technology, which means they use less energy while providing excellent levels of comfort. Inverter technology allows the unit to adjust the speed of the compressor motor depending on the demand placed on the unit. When a unit is merely maintaining a temperature maximum power isn’t needed so it operates at a lower capacity, saving you money on your energy bill.

All Panasonic units include a 3M anti-microbial filter that ensures more than 99% of allergens and other airborne particles are captured.

These ductless air conditioners are ideal for bedrooms, offices, and pretty much anywhere else noise can be a problem as they’re incredibly quiet. Every unit has a quiet button that instantly reduces the noise level by 5 dB.

Panasonic Ductless Air Conditioners Human Detection

ECONAVI is the human detection technology that Panasonic has included in some of its ductless air units. This technology allows the unit to understand when humans are in the room so it can adjust the temperature accordingly. If it sees that no one has been in the room for an extended period of time it switches to an energy-saving setting. Essentially, this feature helps the unit save you money.

For more information about the Panasonic product innovations contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049. Air Conditioner Pro has been installing ductless air conditioners in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

Toronto is finally getting some relief from the heat with more mild temperatures. Over the past few weeks we saw some temperature records get broken and people do everything possible to beat the heat. Did your air conditioner let you down over the past few weeks when you needed it most? If your air conditioner wasn’t working well or barely kept your home cool during the recent heat wave then it might be time to do some investigating to determine if it’s time for a new air conditioner or not.

How Old is Your Air Conditioner?

The typical lifespan of central air conditioners is 15 – 20 years, which is heavily dependent on the maintenance and repairs that take place over the years. At a certain point you’ll notice a drop in the efficiency on your energy bills and as the repairs bills start to pile up a new air conditioner typically makes the most sense financially.

Here are some other signs you might need a new air conditioner:

  • Thermostat problems
  • Poor air flow
  • Substandard performance
  • Strange sounds
  • Strange odors

One of the best ways to find out if you need a new air conditioning system or if you maintenance and repairs are enough is to talk to a professional and reputable HVAC company like Air Conditioner Pro. Sometimes there’s just a bad part in your air conditioner and other times there are major problems with the compressor system. It’s hard to know unless you’re an expert and have encountered lots of problems over the course of an HVAC career.

A New Air Conditioner

HVAC technology has come a long way over the past few years and as a result air conditioners are running more efficient than ever before. This results in great air flow, cost savings and efficiency, as well as reduced maintenance and repairs. Newer systems are also much quieter than older ones.

For more information about purchasing a new air conditioner or for a maintenance or repair appointment contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been installing new air conditioners in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

For some sleeping is no problem, for others it’s frustrating the arduous. Before you rush to the doctor to get a prescription for sleeping pills consider what your ideal sleep temperature is. Finding your ideal sleep temperature can be one of the best sleep aids out there, so setting the thermostat in your home or bedroom to accommodate that can be a game changer.

Typically, the ideal temperature for sleeping ranges between 68 and 72 degrees, which is a little cooler than you might want throughout the day. In the summer sleeping can be a challenge, especially if you don’t have air conditioning. Essentially, you can always pull up your blankets if you’re too cold, but there are only so many items of clothing you can strip off if you get too hot.

Achieve Your Sleep Temperature With Air Conditioning

The easiest way to get your bedroom the right sleep temperature in the summer is with air conditioning. Whether you have a window unit, a ductless air conditioner, or a central air conditioning system it’s important to adjust the temperature properly.

Proper maintenance of your air conditioning system is also essential for it to accurately achieve your sleep temperature. Regularly changing the filter and having regular maintenance scheduled with a professional HVAC technician are the best way to keep it working efficiently and properly. The best time to take care of your HVAC and air conditioner maintenance is in the spring, before you place heavy usage and loads on your air conditioning system. You filter should be checked at least once a month, especially in the summer when it can be dustier than usual in your home.

Fans For Your Sleep Temperature

Ceiling fans can also help keep your bedroom cool. In the summer ensure that they’re rotating in a counterclockwise direction in order to produce a cooling effect. Additionally, floor and desk fans should be rotating and not just pointed directly at one place. This circulates the air in your bedroom even more and evenly distributes cooling throughout.

Overall, a properly maintained air conditioner is the best way to achieve a nice cool sleeping temperature. For more information about air conditioner maintenance, installation or repairs contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been providing air conditioner services in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

In many business categories things have been done a certain way for a long time and implementing change is often very difficult. One exception to that is the HVAC industry where ductless air conditioner technology evolved quickly and was incorporated just the same. These systems are continually evolving and at the forefront of the industry and the basis for which many electronics companies have been developed.

While system design remains quite basic with a compressor, condenser, expansion device, and evaporator, seeing the inside of a unit illustrates its complex systems. There are numerous components and circuits that have all been implemented over the years to increase efficiency and reliability. All of these technological advances have not driven up the price significantly, so these units are still an affordable solution. However, these advances have allowed these units to be used for a vast array of applications in commercial and residential spaces.

Originally, the ductless air conditioner was intended to serve as a replacement for window air conditioner unit, which it does, but it also does much more. Now with the ability to create large zoned systems that can cool large spaces and entire home and offices, ductless air conditioner technology has few limitations.

Key Technological Ductless Air Conditioner Advances

  • The Standard compressor switched to variable-frequency drive (VFD) “inverter” compressors. This allows them to deliver exceptional operational performance, maintain a specific comfort level and ensure the units remain reliable.
  • Condensing fan motors changed from direct-drive to VFD inverter-types. This significantly improved the performance of the units.
  • Evaporator unit fan motors evolved from direct-drive to DC- or ECM-type. This change minimized the amount of noise that units would make, as well as reduced their power consumption.
  • Heat exchanger technology evolved to include intricate high-performance coil designs. These coils have less surface area, but have the ability to maximize heat transfer to ensure system capacity.
  • Systems now have their own control systems, allowing consumers fully integrated units that work together. This means condensing units, evaporator, zone control, and centralized controllers.
  • Self-diagnostic functions help consumers and technicians solve system issues on the spot.
  • Systems now meet the growing needs and requirements to have a healthier and cleaner air filtering.

For more information about any ductless air conditioner brand or model contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 416-921-0000.

Air Conditioner Pro has been installing and maintaining ductless air conditioners in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

You might think that you don’t need air conditioning maintenance because your air conditioner seems to be running fine. This might be true, but it might also be the reason your air conditioner fails or worse catches fire. Recently, an air conditioning unit at a St. Louis area school and a hotel in Eureka caught fire and forced the evacuation of the entire campus.

The building is located on the University of Central Missouri campus. Fire crews reported that the air conditioning unit caught fire due to a mechanical issue. The unit caught fire at 5:45 in the morning and luckily there were no injuries reported.

When an air conditioner has a mechanical issue it normally just shuts down or ceases to work, but there is a chance that a small fire can occur due to the heat, speed or rotation, and electrical components in the units.

Improper maintenance and repairs are often the easiest way to prevent an incident like this from occurring. Whether you’re running a commercial air conditioner or a residential air conditioner it’s important to schedule regular maintenance. Finding a reputable and experienced air conditioning maintenance company is the best way to ensure your air conditioning units are running efficiently and safely.

Air Conditioning Maintenance: Efficiency & Safety

Typically, all it takes is an annual or bi-annual air conditioning maintenance visit to ensure your air conditioner is running efficiently and safely. Surprisingly, most people don’t know that simple maintenance can drastically improve the efficiency of your air conditioner and in doing so saves you money on your energy bill. Additionally, your air conditioner will be running safer, which means you won’t be on the hook for replacement or big repair costs if it were to catch fire or just stop working.

For more information about air conditioning maintenance services, or for repairs or installation contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been working with commercial and residential air conditioners in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

Do you rely on a window air conditioner to keep a bedroom, living room, dining room or any other room in your home cool? It’s time to get rid of your window air conditioner and move on. They’re noisy, bulky, block the light in your window, and are a security hazard for people looking to break into your home.

Have you heard of ductless air conditioners?

Ductless air conditioning is an affordable and stylish alternative to every kind of air conditioning, especially a window air conditioner. Ductless air conditioners have lots of benefits that window air conditioners can’t even come close to matching.

Window Air Conditioner vs. Ductless Air Conditioning

Ductless air conditioners are quiet.

  • Ductless air conditioners are quiet and most people don’t even realize they’re operating when they’re turned on.
  • Ductless air conditioners have lots of great styles and integrate seamlessly into your existing decor.
  • Ductless air conditioners are incredibly energy-efficient.
  • Ductless air conditioners are easy to install and can be ready to use in a day without any construction.
  • Ductless air conditioners will last for a long time with minimal maintenance, continuously pumping out crisp cool air.
  • Ductless air conditioning systems do a great job of filtering the air in your home.
  • Window air conditioners are noisy and quite often interrupt the conversation in the room, or even your sleep patterns.
  • Window air conditioners are bulky and ugly and block the light from coming through your window.
  • Window air conditioners have a reputation for sucking power and raising your energy bill
  • Window air conditioners can be installed quickly but require a properly sized window and aren’t often insulated properly.
  • A window air conditioner typically lasts only a few years and over time loses it’s ability to produce nice cool air.
  • A window air conditioner does a poor job of filtering the air in your home.

There are so many benefits to ductless air conditioners that we could go on all day about them. For more information about ductless air conditioners or to get one installed in your home contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been serving Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years. We provide professional ductless air conditioner installation and other HVAC services.

If you’ve been sitting at home this summer covered in sweat with fans constantly running in every room, you’re not alone. Lots of people in Toronto, York Region, and the rest of the GTA also rely on fans when the summer heat arrives. We’ll ceiling and desk fans aren’t the only affordable cooling solution these days. Ductless air conditioners are very affordable air conditioning solutions. Here’s a crash course on ductless air conditioners for those who aren’t familiar with them.

Affordable Air Conditioning: Ductless Air Conditioners

Ductless air conditioners are a very affordable air conditioning solution for a number of reasons:

  • They don’t require any construction during installation.
  • They come in a variety of sizes and prices to suit every need and all budgets.
  • They are more efficient than central air conditioners, fans and other types of cooling.
  • They allow you to customize your home cooling by focusing on the rooms you actually use.
  • Their configuration allows you to add more units in the future, so you don’t have to create a cooling solution for your entire home if it’s not in your current budget.

Overall, ductless air conditioners are incredibly affordable. They take about a day to install and come in a variety of different styles so you can match your existing decor.

Ductless air conditioners consist of two components. The indoor air handling unit and the outdoor condenser unit. The air handler is the stylish piece that spreads cool air throughout your home. The condenser works together with the air handler and can feed multiple air handlers if necessary.

The only necessary construction when installing ductless air conditioners is to drill a hole through an exterior wall of your home to connect the two units.

For more information about this affordable air conditioning solution contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been installing ductless air conditioners and other cooling and HVAC solutions for over 30 years. We proudly serve all of our neighbours in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA.

Choosing a ductless air conditioner installation company can be difficult. You might be at the point where you know you need a ductless air conditioner, but what’s next? Toronto has lots of ductless air conditioner installation options and finding the right one for your needs is important. Here are some tips to help you make a smart choice when it comes to ductless air conditioner installation.

Ductless Air Conditioner Installation Options

  1. Experience: Searching Google for ductless air conditioner installation will bring up so many results that you might be overwhelmed. While doing your research it’s important to choose a company that has lots of experience with ductless air conditioning. This ensures that your investment is installed and configured properly. Proper installation also means your ductless air conditioner will operate efficiently and reliably.
  2. Guarantees & Warranties: Choosing a company like Air Conditioner Pro, that provides comprehensive guarantees and warranties at the company and manufacturer levels is important. Ductless air conditioners are machines and like any machines they can be defective or have defective parts. While Air Conditioner Pro only sells and installs top of the line ductless air conditioners there is always the possibility of a defect. In these cases guarantees and warranties protect you and your investment.
  3. Bonded & Insured: Don’t work with an HVAC company or any contractor that’s not bonded or insured. If something in your house is broken or a worker is injured while in your home they should be covered by insurance and bonds. If they aren’t you might be on the hook for medical bills or left paying for your damaged property out-of-pocket.
  4. Reputable & Professional: One of the most important things to note when looking for a ductless air conditioner installation company is their reputation. Most companies should have online ratings and comments from customers that indicate what they’re like to work with. It’s nearly impossible to change an online reputation, so companies that have poor track records should be avoided.

Overall, choosing a ductless air installation company isn’t that difficult, just ensure you do your due diligence.

For more information about choosing the right company contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 647-547-4049

Air Conditioner Pro has been serving Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years. Over that time we’ve built an excellent reputation for great work that’s affordable and guaranteed.

Ductless air conditioners are an excellent cooling solution for residential and commercial spaces that don’t have existing ductwork for a central air conditioner.With so many different manufacturers of ductless air conditioners it can be difficult to know which model is your best choice. Today we’re breaking down the Mr. Slim series of Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners. Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners have been on the market for quite a while and are known for being on the leading edge of technology and quality.

Features of Mitsubishi Ductless Air Conditioners

Mr. Slim ductless air conditioning units have features such as the variable compressor speed inverter, which ensures that the units only the minimum amount of energy to maintain a specific temperature and humidity level. Basically, the variable compressor speed inverter allows the unit to cycle down to a lower speed once a specific temperature has been achieved. In doing so it works to maintain the temperature rather than turning off and then having to turn on again and work to achieve that temperature all over again. Overall, it uses much less energy and in doing so costs you lees on your energy bills.

Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners are also known for being whisper-quiet. The fan technology on Mr. Slim air conditioners ensure that they so quiet you won’t even notice them running. They also include high-speed heating and cooling, so they achieve any temperature as quickly as possible to accommodate extreme outdoor conditioners.

Mitsubishi Ductless Air Conditioners For All Building Types

The Mr. Slim ductless air conditioners are ideal for homes, offices, industrial offices, and other small commercial areas. They can be networked into a complex and effective cooling system or used as individual units to serve a specific purpose. They come in a variety of stylish designs that are all quiet, compact and energy-efficient.

All Mr. Slim units come with a variety of standard and optional features so you can customize each unit to suit your needs. Things like remote controls can be useful in some situations and unnecessary in others. The M-Series features remote controls, wind guards, wall fans, and condensate drain pumps while also being Mitsubishi’s most efficient models.

Installing Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners in any space is very simple as well. Using Air Conditioner Pro ductless air conditioner installation services is the best way to ensure your new Mr. Slim unit is properly installed. Air Conditioner Pro has been installing air conditioners, ductless air conditioners, and a number of other HVAC products in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years. For more information about Mitsubishi ductless air conditioners, installation services, or repair and maintenance services contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 416-921-0000.

LG is one of our preferred brands to order and install for our clients in Toronto, York Region and throughout the GTA. LG ductless air conditioners are dependable and look great in any room of your home or office. LG provides mini split systems, heat pumps and a variety of other products. They range in output from 9000 to 36,000 BTU and boast a number of different energy-efficiency systems.

LG Ductless Air Conditioners Energy-Efficiency

LG has one of the most energy-efficient systems available at 28 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) as well as one of the quietest ones on the market that operates whisper-quiet at only 17 dB. Low SEER LG ductless air conditioners are always in high demand, and extremely quiet units are ideal for places like libraries, bedrooms, and other places that require silence.

LG also offers a range of LG ductless air conditioners that use variable speed compressors. Many conventional air conditioners use constant speed compressors, which turn off once a desired temperature is achieved. Variable-speed compressors will operate at a high-speed until a specific temperature is reached and then will cycle down to operate at a lower speed to maintain that temperature. This is one way LG ductless air conditioners are able to be so energy-efficient.

When it comes to silently operating units LG ductless air conditioners use a unique cross flow fan and low vibrating compressor to ensure the least amount of noise possible. When combining LG units that have Sleep Mode with fan blades that are 25% larger than standard blades LG can ensure you will barely notice your ductless mini split system operating.

Stylish LG Ductless Air Conditioners

LG has put lots of thought into the technology used in their air conditioners, but they’ve also put a lot of thought into the style of their units. LG’s Art Cool Premiere series has a number of different styles and options for any room in your home or office. LG has put thought into how your new LG ductless air conditioner interacts with your existing style rather than simply providing stark-looking functional cooling systems.

For more information about which LG unit is right for your needs or to make a repair or maintenance appointment contact Air Conditioner Pro today: 416-921-0000. Air Conditioner Pro has been installing ductless air conditioners in Toronto, York Region, and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years.

You’ve got questions about air conditioners and we’ve got answers. We’ve compiled some of the most common questions we get about air conditioners into this one useful blog. Ever wonder how air conditioners work? Find out how they work and much more in our question and answer segment for our customers in Toronto, York Region and all over the GTA.

Q: How Do Air Conditioners Produce Cool Air?

A: Air conditioners are responsible for two primary things in your home or office. They remove heat and remove moisture. In Toronto and the rest of the GTA there are times in the summer where the heat is dry and others where it’s very moist. Your air conditioner needs to perform these two jobs well to ensure your home is comfortable and healthy. So how exactly do air conditioners work? As warm air is drawn into the air conditioners filter it passes over a very cold coil where the heat and moisture are absorbed. This cool dry air is then re-circulated through your home and the process continues until your indoor space achieves the temperature you’ve set on your thermostat.

Q: Is It Cheaper To Run The Fan On Air Conditioners Or Ceiling Fans?

A: Ceiling fans will consume less energy and unless your air conditioner’s fan has an electronic filter that requires a continuous stream of air it can be turned to auto. This ensures it only engages when your air conditioner turns on. The benefit to running your HVAC system’s fan all the time is that it also filters the dust and pollen out of the air in your home, which means the air will be cleaner.

Q: Does Closing Vents To Redirect Air Save Me Money?

A: The short answer is no. The long answer is that if installed properly your vent system is designed to ensure the proper flow of air throughout your home. Closing vents can result in a poor balance of pressure and make your system actually work harder and cost you more. This can also lead to duct leakage as pressure increases.

Q: Is It Better When Air Conditioners Run For Long Periods Or Short Bursts At A Time?

A: Most air conditioners won’t be able to effectively remove very much moisture from the air in your home if they only run for short bursts. If your air conditioner is only running for short bursts you’ll be getting cool air and if there isn’t much moisture then it may be more efficient depending on your air conditioner make and model.

Q: Should Interior Doors Be Open Or Closed When The Air Conditioner Is On?

A: Air conditioners and HVAC systems are designed to move air through your home in a specific way, so if you have doors impeding that movement they are restricting the airflow and disrupting the system.

Do you have questions about air conditioners that we haven’t answered here? Contact Air Conditioner Pro today for more information or to schedule an air conditioner installation or repair appointment: 647-547-4049

Are you a senior citizen or do you live with seniors? If you answer is yes then it’s time to start thinking about the effects of the muggy heat of summer on breathing easily. Central air installation is one of the best and healthiest ways to combat the muggy heat that comes along with summers in Toronto and the rest of the GTA. Many seniors have health problems that involve the lungs, heart and other components of the respiratory system, which can all be affected by the indoor air quality of their homes and living spaces.

For home without air conditioning central air installation is an affordable and easy way to improve and maintain high-quality indoor air quality through the summer and warmer months of the year. Air conditioners regulate the temperature of a room or home and also remove the moisture from the air that can make it difficult to breathe, especially when warm or hot. Extreme heat is also dangerous for seniors as it can lead to dehydration, heat stroke, laboured breathing and a number of other dangerous symptoms that can all lead to 911 call.

Fight Summer Heat With Central Air Installation

Air conditioners are one of the best defences against health related issues during the hot months of summer, particularly for vulnerable individuals. If you don’t currently have an air conditioner then consider central air installation. It easily integrates with your home’s existing ductwork and provides cool regulated air to all the rooms with vents. Central air installation is fast and affordable and there is little maintenance for central air conditioners.

If you don’t need central air installation services, but have an existing central air conditioner then it’s important to ensure its working well and properly maintained. Air Conditioner Pro has been providing central air installation and central air maintenance services in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA for over 30 years. We have the knowledge and experience to ensure your air conditioning system is ready when summer heat waves hit, and if there happens to be a breakdown we’re there fast and ready to get the cold air pumping again.

For more information about central air installation or maintenance contact Air Conditioner Pro at 647-547-4049 or info@novelcare.ca