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How Heat Pumps Work?
Heat pumps versatile machines that offer heating, cooling, and humidity control for your indoor environment. They work by transferring heat from one area to another. Heat pumps absorb heat from outdoors and send it indoors.
Heat pumps are an excellent alternative to air conditioners. They are affordable, at just a fraction of the price of conventional heating or cooling systems. Heat pumps work with electricity to carry heat from the outside to the inside of your home.
These are the three more common heat pumps available for residential use:
- ABSORPTION HEAT PUMPS – These heat pumps are powered by air and operate on electricity, natural gas, or geothermal-heated water.
- DUCTLESS MINI-SPLIT HEAT PUMPS – These are ideal for retrofit add-ons and room additions because they are small and can be used for both heating and cooling single rooms.
- GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS – These devices use the earth as the heat source. It is very environmentally sound.
Heat pumps are suitable for milder climates, and when used with an oil or gas furnace, they are able to improve energy efficiency and provide tremendous cost savings.
Pros & Cons of Heat Pumps
Heat pumps are wonderful devices, but they are not for everyone. Here are some of the benefits and drawbacks of heat pumps:
- Long lifespan
- Easy to maintain
- Reduced carbon emissions
- Offers heating/cooling
- High upfront cost
- Complex installation
- Requires a permit
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When to Choose a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps are ideal for use in milder climates. They are very energy efficient and use electricity to heat. Heat pumps are environmentally friendly because they do not burn fuels.
Today’s modern heat pumps can reduce your electricity use for heating by half when compared to other heating systems. Quality heat pumps may also dehumidify your environment better than other heating systems.