Welcome to our comprehensive Q&A blog post designed to answer all your burning questions about heat pumps. This post especially focuses on the needs of residents in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Whether you're considering installing a heat pump or looking for ways to maximize efficiency, you've come to the right place!
What is the major disadvantage of a heat pump system?
While heat pumps are generally less efficient in extreme cold, Novair Plus models can operate effectively down to -35°C, making them a strong choice even in Canada's colder regions.
Will a heat pump work in 30 Celsius?
Yes, heat pumps, including Novair Plus models, are efficient for cooling in 30°C weather.
Why is my heat pump not keeping up in the winter?
Your heat pump may not be keeping up due to incorrect sizing, poor insulation, or extreme temperatures. However, Novair Plus models are designed to work in conditions as cold as -35°C.
Can heat pumps handle winters in Canada's coldest cities?
Novair Plus heat pumps can, as they are designed to operate effectively down to -35°C and are listed in Canada's Greener Homes initiative.
What temp is a heat pump not effective in Celsius?
While some heat pumps lose efficiency below -7°C to -15°C, Novair Plus models remain effective down to -35°C.
How long should a heat pump run per day?
With inverter compressors, Novair Plus heat pumps can run continuously for greater energy efficiency. The exact run time varies depending on your home's insulation and outdoor temperatures.
Where can I get Novair Plus Heat Pumps?
Novair Plus heat pumps are available through select HVAC companies, including Ace Heat Pumps, serving the regions of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. Novair Plus is an Atlantic Canadian company, established in Moncton, New Brunswick. For more information, visit Novair Plus