Heat pump systems can be used for both heating and cooling – an all-in-one unit that has a smaller footprint than traditional furnaces. Heat pumps have a very low carbon emission rating, which is much better for the environment and the health of everyone living in your home. Because of the eco-friendliness of heat pumps, an upgrade to a heat pump system may qualify for the Canada Greener Homes Grant, where homeowners may receive a rebate up to $5000; the Canada Greener Homes Loan may also be available to qualifying homeowners and the loan amount can be from $5,000 to $40,000. We will also help you through the Canada Greener Home Initiative process and book the assessment for you.
A furnace is an essential component of any home with a central heating system. It is responsible for generating warm air that circulates throughout the house via ductwork, which helps maintain a comfortable indoor temperature during cold weather. Having a furnace in your home allows you to maintain a consistent and comfortable temperature throughout the day and night. This means no more shivering or piling on blankets to stay warm. Modern furnace systems come equipped with filters that help remove pollutants and allergens from the air. This results in better indoor air quality and a healthier living environment. A well-maintained furnace that operates efficiently can help reduce energy bills. By using less energy to heat your home, you can save money on your utility costs. At AM AIR SYSTEM we strive to make your home comfortable and cost effective.
Having a reliable brand of air conditioning system in every house is essential. It is important to have a peace of mind that your home stays cool and comfortable in the hot days of summer. Our well trained staff can help keeping your home cool and comfortable with a high efficiency air conditioner at a low cost. We can professionally install a new high efficiency AC for your or repair an existing one when is required.
Residential ductwork and sheet metal refer to the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) ductwork and other sheet metal products used in residential settings. Residential HVAC ductwork is responsible for distributing heated or cooled air throughout a home, while sheet metal products may include gutters, flashing, and other building components.
The materials used to make residential ductwork and sheet metal products varies widely, from galvanized steel to aluminum and copper. Sheet metal fabrication techniques can create custom fittings, venting systems, and other components specific to a particular home's needs. The size, shape, and layout of ductwork and sheet metal products for a residential setting depend on factors such as the size of the home, type of HVAC system, and local building codes. Proper installation and maintenance are essential to ensure optimal performance and energy efficiency.
Water Heater: 20% of home’s energy use comes from heating water for bathing, washing dishes, laundry, and cooking. The water heaters are sold based on the number of gallons they hold. Purchasing a right size of water heater is essential for saving energy and money.
Most storage-tank water heaters look alike on the outside but paying a little more typically buys a better water heater. The water heaters with longer warranties have a tendency to have larger heating elements, thicker insulation, and thicker or longer corrosion-fighting metal anodes. Longer warranties are also a good indication of better quality. A pro can calculate and help you choose a good water heater with correct capacity to satisfy your need. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you through this process and answer all your questions
Advantages of Tankless Water Heater:
-On demand water heating (doesn’t store heated water)
-Energy efficient (no standby loss)
-Don’t waste water (water is heated immediately)
-Their life span is 20 years (smaller and do not hold water)
Air Handler:The air handler is a critical part of any “split” heating and cooling system. It is the indoor portion that delivers the cooled air in the summer and heated air in the winter — quietly and economically. Check with our highly trained staff which air handler would work best in your home.
Indoor Air Quality: Our well trained technicians can check and tell you how the air quality in your home can be improved. You might need a humidifier to help add moisture, or a ventilator to exchange fresh air with stale indoor air, or an electronic or media air filter to clean and remove indoor air contaminants, or even an ultraviolet light to eliminate germs and bacteria from your indoor.
A ductless split system is a heating and cooling system that can be used to serve a single area or as many as five zones within a facility. The system consists of an outdoor condensing unit that is connected by refrigerant lines to an indoor, non-ducted air handler. The units are similar in design and operation to window air-conditioning units, except that the indoor and outdoor portions of the system are physically separated. Most of the current systems use air-to-air heat pumps. Our company install and service ductless heating and air conditioning systems, boilers and HVAC related equipment for your home. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, and are well trained staff will be more than happy to answer your questions.
A residential fireplace is a type of fireplace that is installed in a home for both functional and decorative purposes. These fireplaces are designed to provide heat and create a cozy ambiance in the living room, family room, or bedrooms. They can be made of various materials, including brick, stone, tile, and metal, and can burn wood, gas, or electric. Residential fireplaces can come in many different styles, including traditional, modern, rustic, or contemporary, and can be customized to fit the design aesthetic of the homeowner. Some residential fireplaces feature glass doors, which help to prevent heat loss and improve energy efficiency.
There are many varieties of fireplaces to choose from according to your design and style.