742 Eckhardt Ave W

Penticton, British Columbia

(877) 663-8287

(250) 486-6472


8:00AM - 3:45PM

Discover Our Love for Sustainable Comfort: Meet Canadian Aerothermal

About Us

Discover Our Passion for Sustainable Comfort: Meet Canadian Aerothermal, Your Trusted Heat Pump Experts!

Canadian Aerothermal is Future-Oriented

We are family owned and operated since 2006. We service the Okanagan Valley, the Kootenays, the Merritt and Kamloops area, Vancouver, Chilliwack – Hope, and the Shuswap. We have supplied thousands of systems throughout British Columbia and our mission is to continue to create a healthier and more comfortable living space for our customers. 

Our team is passionate about experiencing quality comfort in our home while lowering our carbon footprint for the children of the future. 

The green technology of our advanced systems uses up to 50%* less energy than traditional systems. 

How Do Heat Pumps Work?

An aerothermal heat pump, also known as an air-source heat pump, works by extracting heat from the outdoor air and transferring it indoors to provide heating or cooling. Here's the breakdown:

Heat Absorption: The process begins with the outdoor unit of the heat pump, which contains coils filled with a refrigerant fluid. A fan draws in outdoor air over these coils. Even in cold weather, there is heat energy present in the outdoor air, and the refrigerant absorbs this heat through a process called evaporation.

Compression: The refrigerant, now in a gaseous state and carrying the absorbed heat energy, is compressed by a compressor located within the outdoor unit. Compression raises the temperature and pressure of the refrigerant, making it even hotter.

Heat Exchange: The hot, pressurized refrigerant is then pumped into the indoor unit, where it passes through a condenser coil. In heating mode, the refrigerant releases its heat energy to the indoor space, warming it up. In cooling mode, the process is reversed, and the heat from indoors is absorbed by the refrigerant and released outdoors.

Expansion Valve: After the heat exchange process, the refrigerant passes through an expansion valve, which reduces its pressure and temperature, preparing it to absorb more heat from the outdoor air and continue the cycle.

Circulation: The refrigerant cycles continuously between the indoor and outdoor units, absorbing heat from the outdoor air and releasing it indoors during heating mode, or vice versa during cooling mode.

Why Choose Canadian Aerothermal?


We have designed and installed over 5000 commercial  & residential Aerothermal systems.

Rebates & Incentives

We assist you to maximize the grants and rebates available.


We take care of the paperwork involved for rebates and low interest loans. 100% financing (OAC) is available.

Energy Audit Coordination

We will arrange for an authorized energy auditor to call and set up an audit prior to installation.


We have professional and experienced technicians for all installations.

Licenses, Insurance, WCB & BCSA

We have certified professionals take out the required BC Safety Authority electrical permit required. We also have liability insurance, WCB coverage, and the proper business operating licenses in place.

Start Up

Our refrigeration technicians ensure a proper start up of the system.


Our team will educate you on the how-to-use fundamentals and operation of your new system.

On-going Support

"You can have it all, all year round – savings, comfort and a small footprint to be proud of."

– Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada Inc.

Meet Our Team


Jim Damberger

John Riess

Kathy McKenzie

Curt & Toni Richens

Shauna Clapp

Glenn Petznick

Jesse Sampson

Kimberly Logie

Olesya Slabinski

Barkley Bayani


Melanie Courchaine

Mike Heimlicher

Rick Hol

Kelly Kraiger

Adrien Michaud

Andrew Clow

Chris Wintrup

Richard Lamb


Virginia Bertacco

Julia Damberger

Chatelle Rempel

Mackenzie Green