Types of air conditioners
Buy vs Rent Info
Significant cost upfront to buy your air conditioner. You own your equipment
Unexpected service costs may arise.
You can participate in any available government incentives.
You can take advantage of available air conditioning promotions.
Renting versus buying your unit does not affect your eligibility for energy rebates. In Ontario you can receive up to $250 for the purchase and installation of a qualified heating unit and up to $400 for the installation of a qualified cooling unit. It is important to inquire about your eligibility prior to purchase to make sure you will qualify.
No upfront costs. Free installation and removal of your old equipment.
Hassle free and year round peace of mind with free lifetime maintenance and repairs on all parts and labour.
Free equipment replacement if it can not be repaired.
You can buy your equipment at any time.
Free transfer – Should you ever choose to sell your home or business, you can easily transfer the rental to the new owners free of charge.
Priority service available 7 days a week, every day of the year.
$3,000 - $5,000 +
$3,000 - $7,000 +
Ductless Mini Split :
$5,000 - $9,000
The cost of running an air conditioner will vary depending on its type, efficiency, and type of cooling source.
EFFICIENCY RATINGS : When buying an air conditioner, there are two ratings that will help you determine the unit’s efficiency: the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and the Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER). The higher each number, the better the efficiency.
Keep your system clean – regularly clean filters, coils and ductwork to make sure it’s running as efficiently as possible. Consult your owner’s manual for detailed instructions.
Our Air Conditioning equipment partners are KeepRite and American Standard.
Rental starting at $29.99/month
Rental starting at $35.99/month
Ductless Mini Split :
Rental starting at $49.99/month
Remember that bigger is not always better! Buying an air conditioner that is too large does not provide better cooling. An oversized air conditioner is actually less effective — and wastes energy at the same time.If the A/C is undersized, it will not keep the house at the desired temperature when it is warm outside.
If the air conditioner is too big it cools the house too quickly and then shuts off.
This results in hot and cold swings in temperature in the house.
To properly determine the correct size for your air conditioner rental needs, please let us help by contacting our professionally trained representatives who will be able to assist you in making the right decision for your home.
Regular air conditioner maintenance could help to keep your unit running smoothly and at peak efficiency all summer long.
Servicing your air conditioner should be left to a professional.
Our local team of technicians have you covered. To schedule your air conditioner tune-up book online today.
A Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) measures the cooling efficiency of an air conditioning unit. Today’s air conditioning systems are highly-efficient, with SEER ratings ranging from 13 – 21. The higher the rating, the greater the energy efficiency. So, if conserving energy (and keeping your utility bills under control) is important to you, choose an air conditioner with a high SEER..