A Heat Pump Is An Effective And Efficient Way to Heat & Cool Your Home
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How does a heat pump work?
Understanding different types of heat pumps
Air-source heat pump: This system pulls heat from the air outside and transfers it inside the home through refrigerant-filled coils.
Ground-source heat pump: This geothermal device absorbs heat from the ground or an underground body of water and pumps it indoors.
Water-source heat pump: While not common, water-source heat pumps transfer heat between a home and a local water source, such as a pond or a river, to keep a home’s temperature comfortable.
Ductless mini-split heat pump: These devices work well in newly constructed homes without ductwork and in sunrooms, basements, or any area of the home that does not adequately warm-up or cool down. An outdoor air-source unit connects to multiple indoor units and lets the homeowner control the temperature of each zone for optimal indoor comfort.
All-climate heat pump: This system can operate in temperatures as cold as -30 degrees Fahrenheit and is 60 percent more efficient than a standard heat pump. It does, however, work more efficiently as a heater rather than an air conditioner.
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Are Your Energy Bills Too High?
If your energy bills have gotten too high or if certain areas of your home have become uncomfortable, then you may need to replace your heating and cooling system. Our HVAC pros will assess your home, your needs, and your budget to find the best possible options. Finding a new home heating and cooling system is a big job but it doesn’t need to be stressful. We specialize in installing efficient and affordable systems by Ruud and Daikin.
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