Heating Ventilation & Air-Conditioning
Forced air heating uses ductwork and vents to distribute heat throughout the home quickly and efficiently.
Radiant floor heating circulates warm water through tubes that are underneath the floor to warm the room. This method of heating is easy to control and is highly efficient. This method of heating is costlier to install as it requires an experienced installer.
We use gas fitting to supply gas to boilers, BBQ’s, cook tops, furnaces, fireplaces, and hot water tanks. We ensure that all methods follow the guidelines outlined by the BC safety authority code book 149.
The most common ventilation units we install include The Heat Recovery Ventilator, and The Central Recirculating Ventilator
The Heat Recovery Ventilator (HRV) system allows for a continuous cross-flow of airflow inbound and outbound. This helps the home breathe as it controls the level of moisture entering and leaving the home. HRV allows for the exchange of air flow to occur without losing heat in the home. This type of ventilation is common in most homes.
The Central Recirculating Ventilator (CRV) Is similar to HRV as it helps ventilate the house and control inbound and outbound air flow but is a newer product in the market and is a cheaper alternative to the HRV system.
We install Individual AC, Central AC and heat pumps.
Individual AC: Coolant passes through the evaporator and air handler, which carries heat from the indoors and releases it outdoors. This requires no duct-work as each unit is individually mounted in the home. For greater comfort, a heat pump can be installed to reverse the direction of air flow and bring warm air into the home.
Central AC: The primary difference between individual ac and central ac is that central ac requires duct-work. Air travel through the cooler, which is attached to your furnace. This method distributes the cool air through duct-work which is then circulated throughout the home.