At Jaga, we are committed to building more comfortable indoor environments while limiting our impact on the natural environment. This focus is core to everything we imagine, design and build.
From sustainable heating, cooling and ventilation products, our solutions are designed to work with environmentally friendly technology such as heat pumps and solar energy. Operating on the lowest water temperatures, our award-winning radiators not only provide outstanding heating and cooling, they enhance the space with while maximizing comfort.
Small and powerful, our hydronic fan coils units (FCU) deliver energy-efficient heating and cooling without the noise of a traditional unit. Jaga's compact FCUs are available as ceiling or wall versions with optional casing.
Hidden discreetly beneath the floor, our trench solutions deliver powerful heating and cooling with a minimal build-in height of less than 4-inches and a whisper quiet operation.
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There’s no denying it—the Earth is warming and we need to change the way we heat, cool and ventilate our buildings if we want to reduce emissions and limit our impact. Fortunately, new technology and techniques allow us to use much less energy to generate a healthier and more comfortable indoor environment.
When traditional heating systems are replaced with Jaga’s solutions, we reduce energy consumption and emissions, building toward a more sustainable future. This is not an option, but an obligation—there is no planet B.MORE ABOUT
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As more homeowners look to embrace renewable energy sources that limit energy consumption, all-electric smart homes have increased in popularity.
While the technology has been available for approximately 30 years, Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems (VRF Systems) are starting to find their way into more North American HVAC Systems. Meanwhile many have found there are several problems with VRF Systems, often after installation.
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