• High-efficiency and quality
  • Free installation and audit
  • Fixed prices for rental

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Rent Heat Pumps

The HVAC Service offers only the most high-efficiency heat pumps of any brand. If you are thinking about heat pump rental, we are here to help you to choose the best, and do it perfectly. Our technician will install your equipment on the same day.

The HVAC Service is committed to providing our customers with high-quality HVAC rental services in Ottawa. Renting our heat pumps you can pay per month, or per day. Our pricing policy allows everyone to choose the most comfortable payment method. That is why The HVAC Service is the most flexible heating, ventilation and air conditioning company in Ottawa. 

We know that it is always important to find a company, which guarantees high-quality service, certified technicians, and more than 5 years warranty. Don’t worry, we have 40 years of experience, and 10 years of warranty on parts, labor, and maintenance. 

With The HVAC Service you can rent high-efficiency heat pumps online, and get it installed in your home on the spot. We always offer you the best hot offers in your city.  

If you need a heat pump for rent, just leave your request to our certified HVAC specialists, and they will contact you shortly. Schedule an appointment today! 


Heat pump rentals

At a price well above the average household budget, heat pumps are often overlooked as too large an upfront investment.

If you would like to find out more about our Rent Heat Pumps Plan, we’re here to provide you with exceptional services.

Our rental program is an efficient and environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home in Canada. It has never been easier to reduce your environmental footprint and save money on home heating and cooling. We guarantee that you’ll get the best that the heat pump has to offer. 


How does a heat pump work?

A heat pump is an all-in-one heating and air conditioning system that can work year-round to keep you comfortable.

During warmer months, it works as an air conditioner. It extracts heat from inside the home and transfers it to the outdoor air. In colder weather, the process reverses – the unit collects heat from the outdoor air and transfers it inside your home. A heat pump offers great convenience for a home. Because heat pumps move heat, rather than create it with electrical resistance, they consume less power. They’re also safer than using natural gas for heating.


Heat pump benefits

Here are a few advantages of heat pumps to help you decide if renting one is right for you:

  • The heat pump can offer both effective cooling and heating.
  • A heat pump is much more efficient than a standard heating system. They can reduce your electric heating costs by as much as 50%.
  • Since heat pump systems don’t burn anything to create energy or heat, there is no carbon monoxide present.

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    Heat Pumps FAQs

    What is a heat pump?

    A heat pump is a versatile, efficient cooling and heating system. It uses the outside air to heat a building in winter and cool it in summer. Heat pumps remove heat from the air and move it either inside or outside, depending on whether your space needs heat or air conditioning.

    How does a heat pump work?

    Heat pumps can be used either in heating mode or cooling mode, as required by the user. They absorb heat from the air inside and move it outside in order to provide air conditioning, and remove heat from the air outside and move it inside to provide heat.

    Are heat pumps environmentally friendly?

    Yes, heat pumps are environmentally friendly because they don’t need to burn any fossil fuels to produce heat. Since they move existing heat instead of generating new heat, they’re extremely energy efficient. The little energy needed to run the heat pump is largely required to run the compressor.

    What are the types of heat pumps?

    There are three most common types of heat pumps: air-source, water-source, and ground-source. Air-source heat pumps transfer heat between the house and the outside air, and geothermal (ground-source or water-source) heat pumps transfer heat between the house and the ground or a nearby water source.



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