What is a heat pump? Heat pumps are actually air conditioners that run in reverse to absorb heat from outside and pump it inside.
Heat pumps can be installed with an air handler on the inside or they can be combined with a gas or oil furnace to create a dual fuel hybrid heating and cooling system. The dual fuel hybrid system uses the electric heat pump to heat your home in the more moderate temperatures and will automatically switch to gas during temperatures below freezing.
Types of Heat Pumps & Air Conditioners
There are many different efficiency levels and heating/cooling capacities of heat pumps and air conditioners. All the systems can be divided into three categories: single stage, two stage, and variable speed systems. We would be happy to discuss the system that’s right for you.
Air to Air Heat Pumps
Air to air heat pumps are the most commonly used heat pump systems. During the winter, heat pumps take heat from outdoor air and transfer it to indoor air ducts. The same system can do the reverse in the summer to cool the inside of your home.
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps & Air Conditioners
Get reliable heating and cooling with a ductless system. Built for superior comfort, our combination ductless heating and cooling systems can be easily mounted on the wall or ceiling. Ductless systems are flexible, high-efficiency choices for homeowners looking for simple zoned comfort solutions.