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Should You Consider a Heat Pump?
April 25, 2019
Still using a furnace and air conditioner to keep your home comfortable? Now’s a good time to consider installing an energy efficient heat pump, which can both heat and cool your home.
Types of Heat Pumps
All heat pumps provide energy efficient heating and cooling, but there are a few types you should know about.
A ducted heat pump connects to your ductwork and moves heat into or out of the home as needed.
Ductless or Mini Split
Ductless or mini split heat pumps eliminate the need for ductwork and provide targeted heating and cooling. Install multiple units for whole home comfort.
A geothermal heat pump also connects to ductwork but transfers heat to and from the ground as needed.
Benefits of Heat Pumps
Upgrading to a heat pump system can offer these benefits:
Heating & cooling with one system
Up to 40% energy savings
Lower heating & cooling bills
More stable indoor comfort
Better home dehumidification
Reduced reliance on fossil fuels