For moderate heating and cooling climates, an air heat pump system can provide you with an energy-efficient alternative to traditional HVAC systems – furnaces and air conditioners.
How does an Air Heat Pump System Work?
Similar to a refrigerator, an air pump uses electricity to transfer heat from a cold place to a warm one. In the summer, this involves moving heat from your home to the outdoors, thus making your home cooler (and vice versa in the winter).
Benefits of Air Heat Pump Systems
- Energy Efficient: Since these systems simply move heat and don’t actually generate heat, air heat pumps deliver energy four times the actual amount of electricity they consume.
- Cost-Effective: If you are heating with electricity, a new pumping system can easily trim the total amount of electricity you utilize for heating as much as thirty to forty percent, saving you money on your heating and cooling bills.
Additional Energy Efficient Heat Pumps
- Geothermal Heat Pumps: These systems transfer heat in between your home and the earth or a close-by water source, providing increased energy efficiency and lower power consumption.
Are you interested in investing in a new heat pump system? If so, the heating and cooling experts at Clean Air Heating and Air Conditioning Co., Inc. can help. Our experts will listen to your needs and provide you with economical choices that will suit you, your family, and your budget.
If you want to learn more about The Benefits of Air Heat Pumps, Geothermal Heat Pumps, or wish to schedule a service call, please contact Clean Air Heating and Air Conditioning Co., Inc. by calling 1-866-934-6782 or click here today!
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