Give yourself the gift of a new heat pump this New Year in your Raleigh, North Carolina, home. Heat pumps are energy-efficient, run cleanly and quietly, and can be used as heaters and air conditioners. Let’s look at a few of the benefits that you will experience with a new heat pump.
One System Instead of Two
Because heat pumps can be used as heaters in the winter and air conditioners in the summer, you need only one system instead of two. Even during the coldest months of winter, there is enough heat in the outside air to warm your home. The heat pump acts as a heater by bringing in this warm air. During the summer, the heat pump transfers warm air from within your home to the outside and, through this process, cools your home. This two-in-one system is less costly to run and requires less maintenance than regular HVAC systems.
Because heat pumps do not create heat, they use substantially less electricity. Modern heat pumps have high energy efficiency ratings and use much less electricity than traditional HVAC systems. Since it will be built so well, your new heat pump will save you money on energy bills and serve as a clean and quiet heating and cooling system for years to come — provided that you regularly maintain it.
Even Temperature Control
If your heating and air conditioning systems are old or are not the proper size for your living space, the rooms in your home may not be heated and cooled uniformly. The heat pumps’ variable or two-stage motors let them run at the speed necessary to maintain a consistently comfortable temperature throughout the house. Traditional HVAC systems force out air when the temperature rises or drops, while heat pumps maintain a steady temperature.
When you are ready to install a new energy-efficient heat pump in your home, call Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating & Electrical Company, Inc. at 919-246-5801.
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