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A heat pump is an HVAC system that uses electricity to heat and cool your home. In the summer, heat pumps act as Air Conditioners by transporting heat from the air inside your home to the outside, dispelling it into the outdoor air. In the winter, Heat Pumps act as heaters by taking heat from the outside air (believe it or not, there is heat in the outdoor air, even at -30°C) and distribute it throughout your home using your Furnace’s ductwork (or in homes without ductwork, using a ductless option).
Heat Pump vs. Furnace
Heat Pump vs. Furnace – There are three big differences. First, a Heat Pump can heat and cool your home, while a Furnace typically only heats your home. Second, these two HVAC systems generate heat in different ways. While a Furnace uses a fuel source like gas or propane to create heat, a Heat Pump uses electricity. Lastly, a Furnace is at most 98% efficient, while Heat Pumps can be over 300% efficient – yes, really – because they transfer heat rather than generate it.
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WHY IS PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT?
Investing thousands of dollars into your home comfort systems and then neglecting to care for them not only means a higher chance for costly repairs and breakdowns, but it can impact the quality of air in your home, as well.