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Ductless Mini-Splits

November 8th, 2014

In a previous blog post we answered a common question we get asked at red Blue Heating and Refrigeration, what are ground source heat pumps? Today we are going to shift our focus a bit to ductless mini-splits.

 

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Hiding Your Heat Pump

October 28th, 2014

This is a question we get asked quite often here at Red Blue Heating and Refrigeration. Just about all the heat pumps we install are done so outside. Over the years they have made them more and more visually appealing. But they can still be very ugly and present some safety concerns if you have children.

 

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What Are Ground Source Heat Pumps?

October 15th, 2014

This is a question we get asked quite often here at Red Blue Heating and Refrigeration. There are a few different types of heat pumps and ground source is one of the more popular types.

 

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Heat Pump Benefits in Victoria BC

October 8th, 2014

Heat pumps have been around for years. When they first came out they were very expensive. But nowadays they are very affordable. Heat pumps are a also comfortable home heating option. You get warm air all winter long, and cool, energy-efficient air in the summer. This is great for your Victoria BC home.

 

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Why is a heat pump the best choice for our climate?

February 13th, 2014

BC’s coastal climate creates optimum working temperatures for air-to-air heat pumps, the moderate temperatures allow the heat pump to produce heat efficiently all year round and enable comfortable air conditioning during the hot summer days. Heat pumps also provide more balanced temperatures throughout your home because the are providing a more constant even temperature out of your registers while gas, oil or electric heat are constantly cycling on and off through out the day leaving hot and cold spots in your home.

 

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