Through a network of 500 independent retailers, The Master Group offers a wide range of heating appliances, such as furnaces, central heat pumps, wall mounted heat pumps, as well as radiant floor heating systems and gas water heaters or electric water heaters.
Keeping warm and facing winter peacefully, knowing that our heating system will work without a hitch, is a basic need in our northern climates where the cold season can extend over a long period of the year.
Therefore it is important to choose a system adapted to our weather conditions, the type of building to be heated and of course our budget. If the system exceeds the set budget limit, remember that it may be wise to invest the additional amount if the system guarantees better energy savings. It is more than likely that the return on investment will be obtained in just a few years, and that the system offers superior comfort.
Technological progress have allowed the marketing of high energy efficiency products. When the time comes to choose a heating system, whether a central system or ductless, heat pumps are a very attractive option in terms of comfort and energy savings. Not only can they offer air conditioning during the hot season they also provide enveloping warmth at minimal operation costs during the winter season.
Whether you are looking for a heating system for your home, second home or simply for your domestic hot water, we offer a wide range of systems and energy efficient water heaters many of which bear the Energy Star seal.
Wall mounted heat pumps are increasingly popular choices both for their ease and flexibility of installation and for their high performance. These ductless systems are also available in multizone heat pumps versions. What is a multi-zone system? It is a ductless heating system with a single outdoor unit that can be combined with up to eight indoor units in one home. These systems allow the independent management of comfort zones and a precise control of the temperature according to the varying needs of each room, whether they are always in use or mostly unoccupied, from the basement and up. Several types of indoor units are available - wall mounted unit, concealed, ceiling cassette and floor console - to suit your habits and to fit with the architecture of your home.