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Keeping your Fayetteville, North Carolina home warm this upcoming season is vital to maintaining comfort for both you and your guests. Whether your system is more than ten years old or it is running less efficiently, the fall season is the perfect time to upgrade your system to a newer model that can save you energy this fall season. Below are some of the most efficient heating systems to help you save money while staying warm.

Heat Pumps

For homes that have no access to natural gas, a heat pump is a great way to effectively heat your home while saving on your energy bills. Heat energy is present everywhere, and a heat pump transfers this heat into your home. When the temperatures drop outside, the heat pump will work by transferring energy from the cold air outside. When the outside temperatures are hot, it will transfer hot air from your home outdoors.

Furnaces

Furnaces have come a long way with energy efficiency and buyers now have the option to choose from multiple furnace types to provide the ideal comfort level for your home. While gas and electric furnaces have always been the standard options, oil burning furnaces have become more popular for their ability to warm up homes efficiently, even in the coldest weather. These cleaning burning furnaces can work for all seasons by running burners during the winter and shutting off to work with the heat pump circulating cool air in the summer.

Packaged Systems

For those looking for a duel system unit, a packaged system may be your best choice. These units are housed in a single cabinet but are actually a split system working together to heat and cool the house as needed. When picking a packaged system, you can choose from electric, gas and electric, or a dual fuel option.

Choose one of the three systems listed above to help heat your home more efficiently this fall season. Want more information on which system is right for you? Contact Cape Fear Air Conditioning at 910-216-9394 today.

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