Increase your control over the temperature of your home with help from Valley Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Ltd.
We install energy-efficient heating and cooling systems in residential properties, including:
No Duct Work? No Problem! Ductless Split systems are a great way to enjoy the benefits of an air to air heat pump and cooling your home at the same time saving money on your energy costs. If you are interested in having any style heat pump in your home or business please contact us.
Air to Air Heat pumps are the most common heat pump on the market; they make a wise choice for alternative home heating at a relatively low installation cost. They are installed in duct work and can be incorporated into an existing forced air heating system made for oil, wood or propane.
Geo Thermal heat pumps are becoming more popular and they are one of the most efficient ways of heating. They use the earth as a heat source (in the winter) or a heat sink (in the summer). Geo Thermal systems save homeowners 30-70 percent in heating costs, and 20-50 percent in cooling costs compared to conventional systems. Geo-exchange systems also save money because they require much less maintenance. We are certified installers.
Made for Canada, Zuba-Central is the true evolution in whole-home, year-round comfort. Thanks to our efficient and exclusive Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i) technology, Zuba-Central provides excellent heating performance in Canadian winters, even under extremely low outdoor temperatures at -30°C* and beyond. From energy-saving features like VCSI technology to powerhouse performance features like our Hyper-Heat Inverter (H2i) technology, Zuba-Central is packed with so many advancements that we have no reservations in calling it the true evolution in whole-home, year-round comfort.
What is a heat pump? A heat pump is a proven heating and cooling system that uses a refrigerant to transfer heat energy between indoor and outdoor environments. The refrigerant travels within a closed loop between an external unit and an internal unit.
When the temperature rises indoors the heat pump works like an air conditioner. When the temperature drops indoors, the cycle is reversed and the system works like a heater. In heating mode the refrigerant absorbs heat from the outside air and uses it to warm up the interior of your home, even in the middle of winter.