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Heat Pump MSZ-GL

Revolutionary high-performance and efficiency in Heat Pumps for your home.

Heat Pumps Toronto

(-18 °C) Heat / Cool
Ductless Heat Pump MSZ-GL


Mitsubishi Electric's M-series systems offer features, functions, and innovative engineering that can meet and exceed the needs of a Canadian family. Even when the outdoor temperature drops to below -25°C and beyond, these products generate excellent heating performance. M-Series systems are also highly energy-efficient, with some of the industry's best SEER ratings. With indoor units operating at no more than a whisper, heating and cooling are delivered in a quiet and elegant manner. With Mr. Slim M-Series systems, you can expect reliable comfort and satisfaction for years to come.

One of our favourite systems is the Mitsubishi MSZ-GL series heat pump. Read the MSZ-GL series catalogue.


As a result of their efficiency, many Mitsubishi Electric zoned comfort solutions have obtained ENERGY STAR® certification. This can result in significant savings. When you factor in government and utility rebates, you can enjoy comfort at a considerable savings. There are many types of rebates, including tax exemptions, loans, and grants. It is Mitsubishi's goal to create technology that is both environmentally friendly and affordable, no matter the shape or size of your home. 

HVAC contractors consistently rank the company as the #1 preferred brand among manufacturers in terms of quality. With the lowest failure rate in the industry, Mitsubishi products provide extraordinary service life that extends beyond the norm.

Offering cooling and heating products that are intelligent, energy-efficient, and quiet, we offer a complete range of compact and powerful products. If you would like to learn more about a Mitsubishi Electric Zoned Comfort Solution®, contact The Boiler Shoppe.

Read more about the M-Series line of products.

What to Expect from High-Performance Ductless Heat Pumps

  • How does a Ductless Heat Pump System work?

    Unlike traditional heating and cooling systems, they do not require ductwork. Most people who  use ductless heat pumps do so to heat and cool additional rooms in their homes or businesses, such as bedrooms, basements, garages, or sunrooms.  

  • Ductless Heat Pump Mini-Split: How Does It Work?

    There are three components in a mini-split heat pump. The system typically consists of one or more indoor units, an outdoor unit, and a remote controller or thermostat to control it. Condenser units have a large fan at the back and a coil at the back of the box.

    The process is very straightforward:

    • The fan draws air from the outside environment into the heating coil.
    • A refrigerant then transfers the heat or cold into the house through a mini-split unit's indoor system.
    • Ducted HVAC systems heat and cool your entire home without allowing you to set individual temperatures in each room. A thermostat can only sense the ambient temperature at the location where it is installed. Thus, higher floors may be warmer than your basement. Ductless systems are often installed in older homes or buildings heated by boilers or electric baseboards. 

    A Ductless Mini-Split can also help provide additional cooling and heating to the upper floors of a larger home. This is because central air conditioners sometimes struggle to cool the top floor of a home. 

  • Multi-Zone Versus Single-Zone Ductless Air Conditioners

    Ductless Heat Pumps consist of one indoor unit and one outdoor unit, while multi-zone heat pumps contain one outdoor unit (condenser) and up to eight indoor units associated with it. Ductless systems have capacities ranging from 0.5 TON for a single zone to 4 TON for multiple zones. You can have eight indoor units working simultaneously under one outdoor unit, each of which has a different temperature. 

  • What Is The Cost Of A Ductless Mini-Split In Toronto?

    Depending on the size of your home, the capacity of the system, the difficulty of installation and the accessories you need, the cost of a Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump or Air Conditioner installation can range in price.

    A ductless HVAC system's price is largely determined by its spacing. As you heat or cool more space, you need larger indoor or outdoor units. In general, a ductless system's price is likely to be comparable to that of a central air conditioner. In contrast to central air conditioners, ductless systems don't rely on ductwork and blower systems to circulate air. In addition to the outdoor unit, an indoor unit must also be installed in each room, adding to the total cost. 

    A ductless mini-split heat pump usually lasts 10-15 years, but can last up to 20 years. Various factors can affect the lifespan of these systems. 

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Energy Efficient

Energy Effiencient

Ductless systems are much more efficient than window air conditioners and space heaters. Mini-split systems pay for themselves over time through energy savings.

Improved Air Quality

Improved Air Quality

Allergens and contaminants in the air are reduced as heat pumps filter the outdoor air.

Reduce Carbon Footprint

Reduce Carbon Footprint

Heat or cool various “zones” in your home without common ductwork problems (holes, leaks, etc.). This means no air loss, no cooling or heating spaces that don’t need it.



Ducted or ductless, you can trust the quality of Mitsubishi Electric systems to deliver years of reliable comfort and satisfaction.

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Zuba provides high-heating performance, even under extreme low outdoor temperatures thanks to their efficient and exclusive Hyper-Heat Inverter technology. Keeps temperatures steady and provides comfort while ensuring super-quiet operation. Utilizes green technologies that are much more efficient without sacrificing comfort over concerns of high-energy costs.

Home Efficiency Rebate



Engineered to deliver excellent heating performance even when the outdoor temperature plummets to -25°C and beyond. Heat pump is capable of both heating and cooling, it accomplishes this by transferring heat from one place to another. Up to 40% more efficient than central air, improves air quality and it's quieter than a human whisper.




Armstrong Series S & H in-line circulators are suitable for applications such as hydronics heating and cooling, domestic water systems, multi-stage zoning and general industrial service. Both models are available in a wide range of sizes to match the performance requirements of any of these applications.

Bell & Gossett

Bell & Gossett

Quiet, Reliable Inline Circulators for Heating/Cooling & Plumbing Systems 142G Series PL.  SUPERIOR ALTERNATIVE TO WET ROTOR PUMPSTM

  • Maintenance-free
  • Easily handles dirty water conditions
  • Rugged, compact design
  • 25% more efficient than competition
  • Close-coupled dry motor


One of the main features of a UPS is its 3-speed motor. This unique motor advancement, pioneered by Grundfos more than 30 years ago, allows you the ability to adjust the pump speed to fit your specific application. Flexibility to choose your speed gives you the peace of mind that you have the correct pump for the job. The versatility of the UPS not only reduces the number of circulators you have in your truck, but also reduces your installation time and callbacks.



The 00e® series — 006e3 is an infinitely variable, high-efficiency wet rotor circulator with an ECM Permanent magnet motor. With 3 easy settings, the 006e3 delivers performance, reliability and ease of installation that made the 00® famous.

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Satisfaction Guarantee

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When you call The Boiler Shoppe, you'll always speak to a courteous team member who will put you in touch with a licensed, professional and knowledgeable technician. Our experienced technicians regularly attend industry seminars and factory training classes to keep up with changing technology and industry advances.