Joe, Snow, Nova Scotia, and Heat Pumps
Joe had always been an outdoor enthusiast, and he loved nothing more than spending time surrounded by nature. Living in Nova Scotia, he was fortunate enough to have access to some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in Eastern Canada, and he never tired of exploring the rugged terrain and looking out over the Bay […]
We Install Heat Pumps in Kingston, Nova Scotia
Heat pumps are an increasingly popular solution for homeowners in Kingston, Nova Scotia looking for an energy-efficient and cost-effective way to heat and cool their homes. With the extreme temperature changes that occur throughout the year, heat pumps are an excellent option for maintaining comfortable temperatures indoors while also saving on energy costs. What is […]
Heat Pump Installation in Greenwood, Nova Scotia
Greenwood, Nova Scotia is a town known for its cold winters and hot summers, making it an ideal location for heat pumps. Heat pumps are a popular choice for homeowners in Greenwood due to their energy efficiency, cost savings, and versatility. What is a Heat Pump? A heat pump is a device that transfers heat […]
A retrofit project at the community area in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia led to a cost-saving opportunity.
By Dan Vastyan December 12, 2022 Communities of all sizes across Canada rally around their local hockey teams and arenas, and in October of 2001 the small town of Bridgetown, Nova Scotia located in the Annapolis Valley, was forced to close down its Bridgetown Arena after an assessment confirmed the community’s fears – the arena roof […]
Nova Scotia Hockey Arena Retrofits Heating System
Comeau Refrigeration was founded in 2008. The Master Group, the local Fujitsu distributor and largest independent HVAC distributor in Canada, felt confident in Comeau’s ability as a seasoned refrigeration professional and offered him a Fujitsu dealership.
Canada Greener Homes Grant Spring 2022 Update
Since January 2022, an additional 39,000 Canadian homeowners have applied for the Canada Greener Homes Grant. That is almost 300 new homeowners each day, committed to making their homes more energy-efficient and resilient to climate change.