Best Time to Replace Your HVAC System

When is the Best Time to Replace Your HVAC System?

Replacement of your HVAC system is unavoidable eventually. If you think your HVAC System may be on its last leg, it’s wise to replace it before it becomes an emergency. It’s even smarter to take advantage of the window of opportunity when HVAC companies are having the best deals. The best time to replace your HVAC system is during the off-season.

The off-season typically runs from early March to mid-May and late September to mid-November. This is the greatest time to replace your home or business’s HVAC system. You basically have one and a half months in the spring and one and a half months in the fall.

The weather is normally warm in the spring and fall, with no extreme temperatures. This time of year is ideal for outdoor activities but relatively slow for the HVAC industry. For that reason, now is when you can get the best deals and rebates on new installation.

There may be factory rebates available. Call or click below to check current rebates.

There are several flexible options for financing your new Bryant installation. That way, you can invest in your home’s comfort without breaking your monthly budget.

We involve the use of modern equipment to ensure that our customers receive superior services all the time. Furthermore, we are Factory Authorized Bryant Heating and Cooling Systems Installation experts. This shows our level of expertise when it comes to installation of cooling systems and AC maintenance. We have the capacity to handle full system replacements and installations in both residential and commercial buildings. And with our “100% Satisfaction or your Money Back” guarantee, you have nothing to worry about! If you’d like more information or would like to speak with one of our certified professionals, feel free to contact us or give us a call at (812) 858-4000.

 

 

A man performing and HVAC inspection.

3 Reasons to Get an HVAC Inspection Before Buying a Home

Considering a Home Purchase? First, have an HVAC inspection! Purchasing a new home is an exciting experience! It’s one of the most significant investments you’ll ever make. As a result, it’s critical that you understand exactly what you’re getting.

Consider the following scenario. You’ve done a walkthrough, made an offer, and are now awaiting the results of your home inspection to ensure everything is in working order. The inspector ensures that the heating and air conditioning systems are operational before moving on to the next step. Everything appears to be in order, and you finish the sale of your property. The furnace breaks down shortly after you move in… when you discover that the heating system is about 30 years old! It’s worn out and no longer covered by the manufacturer’s guarantee.

This headache may have been avoided if you had gotten a professional HVAC inspection! Here are three reasons why a separate HVAC assessment should be performed before you close on a new house.

1. A HOME INSPECTION ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH
The primary purpose of a home inspector is to assess a house from top to bottom for safety issues. They examine a home’s structure and other components visually. They then write a report summarizing their findings and highlighting any areas of concern. Most house inspectors aren’t HVAC technicians. As long as the system is operational and blows hot and cold air, it meets their “excellent operating condition” requirements.

Inspectors aren’t required to assess fuel tanks, ignite pilot lights, or perform a variety of other vital heating inspections, according to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. They also don’t have to check electrical current, coolant fluids or gases, or coolant leaks when it comes to cooling. A professional HVAC inspector will check all of this and more, and provide you with a complete report on the state of the system in the house. You’ll know exactly what you’re getting and be able to request repairs before closing.

2. RUNNING DOESN’T MEAN EFFICIENT OR EFFECTIVE
Just because something works doesn’t mean it works well. Old or poorly maintained equipment, leaky ductwork, and other frequent problems can reduce efficiency and increase energy costs. Heating and cooling account for 42% of your annual energy costs on average. An HVAC professional can pinpoint present difficulties, warn you about potential future concerns, and suggest pre-closing repairs you should require.

More than just your electric bill is affected. Uneven heating, inaccurate temperatures, and too much or too little humidity in your house are some of the negative consequences of inefficient or poor HVAC.

Mold and mildew can form in areas where the humidity is too high. Mold and mildew, of course, can be a health problem, causing everything from allergy-like symptoms to more serious medical issues. It’s simple to see why it’s critical that your HVAC system not only works, but works well.

3. AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS CAN BE EXPENSIVE
Even if you have a snazzy smart fridge, your HVAC system is likely the most expensive appliance in your home! An HVAC system replacement costs around $8,500 on average. An HVAC inspection, on the other hand, costs around $300 on average. Spending a little money up front on an HVAC inspection is significantly less expensive than dealing with a large, unexpected bill later!

Even if you don’t require a complete replacement, it’s a good idea to be aware of the potential repair costs. Your HVAC inspection professional should provide you with a list of repairs or upgrades that they propose. You can request a cost estimate to have those recommendations implemented. This way, you’ll know exactly what fees will be associated with your new property. It also gives you the power to ask the seller to make repairs or to negotiate money back at closing so you may do the repairs and upgrades yourself.

BNG provides HVAC Inspections in Boonville, Evansville, Newburgh, and Richland.

How to Reach the Maximum Life Expectancy of Your Furnace

The furnace in a household central HVAC system has an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years. This will vary slightly depending on the type and quality of furnace you have. Here are four suggestions to help you reach the maximum life expectancy of your furnace. The best time to implement these practices is when your furnace is brand new, but it’s never too late to start.

Maintain Proper Airflow

The majority of household furnaces are built to circulate a specific volume of air in order to achieve the temperature set on the thermostat. Blockages and other issues that disrupt the air balance place additional effort on the furnace blower, resulting in higher energy consumption and faster wear and tear. Maintaining sufficient airflow allows for shorter cycle durations, which reduces blower wear. A blocked furnace filter is the most common airflow restriction in an HVAC system. It’s recommended that you change out or clean furnace filters every three months. Also check that your vent registers aren’t closed or blocked by furniture.

Avoid Using the “On” Setting

The fan settings on most thermostats are Auto and On. The blower inside the furnace air handler is directly controlled by this. The blower runs continuously on the On setting, whereas the Auto setting only runs when the furnace or air conditioner is turned on. In almost all circumstances, the Auto setting should be used exclusively.

Leaving your thermostat fan control on will use more energy by constantly running the blower fan. The fan bearings will wear out faster if the fan is used frequently, hence it is only advised for certain reasons. If you have a whole-house air purifier, for example, the On setting will make greater use of it by cycling air through it constantly.

Invest in a Programmable Thermostat

A programmable thermostat, allows you to have the most precise control over your HVAC system. You can save wear on the system by using the programmable settings to only run your furnace when it’s needed. Programmable thermostats can set a plan to run your system at specified times throughout the day, in addition to responding to temperature.

Setting your furnace to turn off in the middle of the night or while you’re out at work is a terrific way to cut down on runtime and extend the life of your furnace. Fortunately, this does not imply that you must forego comfort. You may program your furnace to turn on just before you get up or return home, ensuring that you never have to wait in a cold house for it to kick on.

Schedule a Yearly Tune-Up

During a maintenance visit, an expert will clean your furnace thoroughly, check for good operation of critical safety switches, and inspect internal components for signs of wear. These methods will maintain your furnace and will allow you to detect hidden issues before they become significant and cause damage to your furnace. Schedule Yours Online Today!

Technician performing maintenance for maximum life expectancy of a Bryant furnace.

The amount of effort you put into keeping your furnace in good working order influences how many years of comfort and convenience you will get out of it. Keep these suggestions in mind, and Contact Us for all your heating and cooling needs.

Fireman gives heating safety tips for winter.

Five Heating Safety Tips for Winter

Each year, according to the U.S. Fire Administration, the month of January sees a spike in residential fires caused by heating equipment. After cooking, heating is the second greatest cause of house fires. We’ve put together this handy list of heating safety tips for the winter to keep families safe. Any homeowner can keep their family safe and warm throughout the heating season with a little planning and a few simple procedures.

Heating Safety Tips for Winter

  1. Keep combustible goods away from furnaces, fireplaces, wood stoves, and space heaters by at least three feet.
  2. Never heat your home with an oven or stovetop. Kitchen ovens were never intended to heat homes, only to cook food.
  3. Have your heating system inspected and cleaned by a skilled technician every year. Examine the area around your furnace or boiler for any signs of damage. Keeping combustible items and substances too close to the furnace causes many heating equipment fires. Garbage, paint, and other flammable objects should be kept away from your heating system.
  4. Never leave a space heater unattended or keep it running overnight while you sleep. Space heaters should be plugged into a wall. An extension cord or power strip should not be used since they can overheat and cause a fire.
  5. Once a month, test smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Smoke alarms that are powered by your home’s electrical service may not work during a power outage during a winter storm. Install a new battery in your smoke alarm at least once a year if it uses a backup battery.

Schedule a service appointment if you’re utilizing space heaters to warm areas in your house. Uneven heating is one of the most prevalent problems we hear from homeowners, and our knowledgeable repair specialists are eager to figure out what’s causing it.

Influential Women in HVAC

In terms of background, gender, and ethnicity, the HVAC field values diversity. Despite this, there has always been a lack of women who have chosen to make it their profession. To show how influential women have been in this industry, we’d like to talk about Alice Parker, Margaret Ingles, and our very own Olive Lewellyn.

Influential Women in Heating and Cooling History

 

Alice Parker

Alice H. Parker patented the natural gas central heating system. Natural gas as a fuel for a furnace was a breakthrough idea in the 1920s, paving the way for the central heating systems we use today.

Influential Women in HVAC - Alice Parker

People relied on coal or wood as their primary source of heat at the time. While furnaces and the concept of central heating date back to the Roman Empire, science made little progress in the years that followed, and the heating technologies used at the end of the nineteenth century were still quite primitive.

Parker’s patent for her heating system was filed on December 23, 1919. Cool air was taken into the furnace, then passed through a heat exchanger, which distributed heated air to individual rooms of a house via ducts. Parker’s design was unusual in that it used natural gas instead of coal or wood.

Alice H. Parker was inspired by the fact that her fireplace was ineffective at keeping her home warm during the chilly New Jersey winters. Her idea was useful since it eliminated the need for people to go outdoors and chop or purchase wood. By reducing the need to leave a burning fireplace on all night, it also reduced the risk of house or building fires caused by heating systems. Her idea that natural gas and ducts could be used to heat different portions of a house was a big step toward the heating systems used today.

She was an African American woman who succeeded at a time when black women had few opportunities to showcase their abilities. Her patent was filed before the Civil Rights and Women’s Liberation movements, making her accomplishments all the more remarkable because they knocked through countless barriers for black women of her generation.

Margaret Ingles

In 1920, Margaret Ingles became the first woman to earn a master’s degree in mechanical engineering. She graduated from University of Kentucky. Ingles made a number of significant contributions to heating and cooling. The most significant was the development of the effective temperature scale for home comfort. It took into account humidity and airflow, going beyond just a figure on a thermometer, to provide a measurement of how the temperature actually feels. This was made possible by another of her inventions, the sling psychrometer, which detected moisture in the air and offered reliable humidity readings. Most new homes didn’t come equipped with air conditioning until the late 1960’s, but Ingles played a key role in the development of today’s air conditioning system.

Olive Lewellyn

In 1946, Olive Lewellyn took over Boonville Natural Gas Corporation with her late husband Lawrence Young. When her husband passed away suddenly a few years later, Mrs. Lewellyn was left with two small children to raise and a company to run alone at a time when there were very few women business owners and almost no women executives in the natural gas or heating industries, especially in the rural Midwest.

There were no air conditioners at the time, so the company started working on heating. It was just after World War II and there were coal furnaces everywhere. Using these coal furnaces got coal dust all over the house. But thanks to Alice Parker’s discoveries, Bryant had a solution. They created a cast iron conversion burner in order to retrofit coal furnaces to burn cleaner natural gas instead. Though these conversion burners did not have the efficiency modern natural gas furnaces have, Mrs. Lewellyn’s customers seemed to appreciate a break from the coal dust.

She continued to come to work every day up until her health started to fail in late 2004. Mrs. Lewellyn was an outstanding business owner and a woman well ahead of her time. Her commitment to excellent customer service was instilled in the company from the very beginning and is still our driving force today.

For more about how Olive Lewellyn’s legacy lives on in our family-owned and operated company today, please read About Us.

Why Does My Furnace Smell Bad?

Why Does My Furnace Smell Bad?

Chilly weather has arrived, and you’re ready to turn on the heat in order to keep your home warm. However, you may detect a strange odor coming from your furnace that wasn’t there before you turned it on. If you find yourself thinking, “Ew, why does my furnace smell bad?” then read on to find the answer.

It’s typical to notice a weird odor coming from your furnace, especially if you haven’t used it in a long time, but it’s crucial to distinguish between dust and debris or a significant problem.

You can always count on us if you have any concerns! Since 1946, BNG has provided heating repair, maintenance, and furnace replacement/installation services. When a furnace emits an unusual odor or you have questions about other frequent heater issues, we know what to look for.

Reasons for a Bad-Smelling Furnace

In general, if your furnace has been sitting dormant for some time, a little odor is not something to be concerned about. The following are the most typical causes of a funny-smelling furnace:

  • Dirty furnace – If a furnace hasn’t been cleaned out before it’s turned on, dust and debris burn off, so if the scent is slightly dusty and burning, it’s likely the result of the dust burning off.
  • Mold – If the stench coming from your heater isn’t only dusty, but also musty, like an old damp towel, there may be mold trapped in the furnace as well as dust. Mold can grow in a furnace’s filter, A/C coil, or humidifier panel, if one is installed.
  • Trapped toys or an unnoticed spill – If the burning smell is similar to that of burned plastic or an electrical short, it could be the result of a toy that became stuck in your vent or a spilt food or drink near a vent. If you’ve checked your vents for foreign objects but haven’t found anything, call us right away for assistance, as the electrical odor coming from your furnace could be dangerous! (812) 858-4000
  • Clogged furnace filter – An oily odor from your furnace could indicate a problem, such as a dirty filter that has to be replaced. If the smell lingers after the filter has been replaced, you should have our experienced professionals inspect your HVAC system to ensure the problem isn’t serious.

How to Fix a Bad-Smelling Furnace

To alleviate an unpleasant odor emanating from your furnace, you can perform the following general maintenance:

  1. Before turning on the heating unit, clean any dust or debris that has accumulated on the coils, heater exchange, or inside.
  2. Replace the furnace filter.
  3. Check for trash and dust in the ducts. You can use a vacuum cleaner to clean out your ductwork.

Smells That Indicate a Major Furnace Issue

Although most smells from a furnace do not indicate a problem, you should keep an eye out for a handful that could indicate a greater problem. The following are a few scents to be wary of and address right away:

  • Electrical burning odor or metallic odor – Heat accumulation in your furnace might cause an electrical burning odor or a metallic odor. Internal components of your furnace may be damaged, such as electrical wires or worn rubber pieces, and the heat from the furnace is increasing the odor. To avoid further damage or a fire, turn off the system immediately and contact us as soon as possible.
  • Smoke coming from the furnace — If your chimney or vents are blocked, you may notice smoke or hear a smoke detector go off as a result of smoke coming from the heater. The best course of action is to turn off your furnace and then call us for a professional diagnosis.
  • Rotten egg odor — If you smell rotten eggs after turning on your furnace, you may have a gas leak. This could be a mild or strong odor; nevertheless, if it persists, turn off your system and contact the gas supplier. They may send someone to assist you.
  • Chemical odor from furnace – Do not disregard a chemical odor in your home after turning on your heater. If you detect a formaldehyde-like odor, the heat exchanger component may be broken. This requires your rapid attention to avoid a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning.

We can help you!

If you smell dangerous odors when you first switch on your heater, it’s time to figure out what’s wrong and fix it as soon as possible. BNG’s skilled specialists can assist you! To learn more about our maintenance and repair services for homeowners and businesses in the Boonville, Evansville, Newburgh, and Richland areas, contact us now.

Top 5 Techniques to Get the Most Out of Your ecobee Thermostat

Andrew Gaichuk, ecobee, senior director, technical operations and Cheryl Dias, a veteran of the ecobee customer support team share the Top 5 Techniques to Get the Most Out of Your ecobee Thermostat.

 

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The following are the top 5 techniques to get the most out of your ecobee thermostat.

1. Virtual assistants allow for hands-free temperature control.

Do you already own a smart home system? Connect your ecobee3, ecobee3 lite, ecobee4, or SmartThermostat with voice control to enjoy hands-free temperature control from anywhere.

“Our thermostats are designed to play nice with leading smart home systems, giving you the flexibility to control your thermostat handsfree, for one seamless experience,” said Andrew Gaichuk, ecobee, senior director, technical operations.

2. A more straightforward method of creating a schedule.

Creating a temperature schedule, especially if you have a routine, can be quite useful.

The most convenient way to program your thermostat settings is through the web portal, which you can access by logging in to your ecobee account at ecobee.com.

“The ecobee app is great for a quick glance at your schedule for the day. However, because it gives you a full-screen view of the entire week and puts your schedule and comfort settings on the same screen, we recommend using the web portal to create and edit your schedule,” said Cheryl Dias, a veteran of the ecobee customer support team.

3. Check for accurate temperature readings by troubleshooting.

External influences, the most prevalent of which is referred to as wall draft, can affect your thermostat reading.

Remove the faceplate of your thermostat from the wall to check for wall drafts. Do you notice a huge hole where the wires are emerging? As the cold or warm air reaches the thermostat and alters its reading, your furnace or air conditioner may run longer than necessary.

“To properly insulate the hole, ensuring your thermostat can operate efficiently and effectively, we recommend plugging it up with some plumber’s putty which you can get at a hardware store,” said Gaichuk.

4. Maintain a comfortable temperature in your home.

You might be shocked to learn that the temperature reading on your thermostat differs from the real room temperature after you’ve coupled your SmartSensor to the thermostat and it’s participating in your Comfort Settings. This is very normal. The temperature shown on your thermostat is now the average of the readings from your thermostat’s sensor and the SmartSensor’s sensor.

Multiple sensors in your Comfort Settings help to balance out any hot or cold regions in your home, making it more comfortable for everyone.

If your thermostat is in direct sunlight, you can turn off the temperature sensor and have it read from your SmartSensor, which you can keep in a secure location.

5. To improve comfort, override the set temperature.

The greatest approach to keep your house pleasant while minimizing your energy expenditures is to set a thermostat schedule. However, you can always take command and change the preset schedule to get the exact temperature you desire at any time.

For example, you might want to turn up the heat to keep toasty warm while reading your favorite book or temporarily lower the temperature for a workout.

We recommend having your HVAC system serviced twice a year to prevent any issues down the line.”

– Andrew Gaichuk, senior director, technical operations, ecobee

 

Visit ecobee for 5 more techniques to get the most out of your ecobee thermostat.

Bryant Ductless Systems

Bryant Ductless Systems

Bryant Ductless Systems are a flexible solution for room additions or anywhere ductwork is a challenge. Cool one room or an entire home. Bryant Ductless heating and cooling systems are available for both single and multi-zones. Connect up to five indoor units to one single outdoor unit with a multi-zone system. Bryant Inverter Technology provides energy efficient and whisper quiet comfort.  Choose the ones that best match your needs.

Indoor units can be installed high on the wall, in the ceiling, or near the floor.

Super Flexible and Highly Efficient for Year-Round Comfort

  • Versatile
  • Standard Remote Control or Optional Smart Phone access via Wi-Fi
  • Individual Room Control
  • No Ductwork Needed
  • Eliminate Hot or Cold Spots

Transform a hard to cool or heat space with a ductless system from Bryant. Install anywhere temperature control is paramount. Doesn’t your home deserve the best?

  • Nurseries
  • Sun Rooms
  • Attics
  • Basements
  • Garages

Ready to learn more about Bryant Ductless Systems? Let our skilled professionals help you today! We can perform an in-home analysis to determine which equipment combinations will perfectly suit your home and your family’s needs.

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Bryant Ductless Systems

Ask us about the system that can sense a person in the room and either direct air toward or away from them. Can your air do that? Control your system from anywhere with your smart phone. There’s nothing more efficient!

Outstanding 10-Year Warranties

Each Bryant Ductless System comes with a 10-year limited warranty and 10-year compressor limited warranty. The warranties are for original purchasing owners who submit their registrations within the required 90-day period.*

 

*If properly registered within ninety (90) days after original installation, parts are warranted to the original purchaser for a period of 10 years. Otherwise, parts warranty is 5 years. For other applications a 7-year parts and 7-year compressor limited warranties apply. See warranty certificate for details.

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Should You Turn Off Your System During a Mild Winter?

Let’s face it. The winters in Evansville, Indiana can go from one extreme to the next in the blink of an eye. Sometimes the snow comes early in the season and doesn’t stop, and other times it feels like the fall weather never left. There may be years where you feel like you don’t even need your heating system. However, there are days when it is cold enough that you need to warm your whole home. This sort of climate can make it hard to utilize your system productively. There are times when you are not exactly sure if you should keep the heater off or use it intermittently. Here are a few focuses to consider when concluding how to utilize your HVAC system during winter in our general area.

TEMPERATURE VARIATIONS

In Indiana, winters may bring 20-degree evenings and 60-degree days. Certain weeks can see temperatures in the 50s with the next week creating temperatures in the low 10s. In addition to the fact that you have to stress over temperature fluctuations from everyday or week to week, you need to consider thermostat settings for wide temperature swings inside a 24-hour time frame. This sort of variety can make it important to have cooling in the first part of the day and warmth around evening time. Or then again you might have the option to kill the air during the day yet need heat during the evening. On those ideal occasions, you can do without heating and cooling your home altogether

However, it is those occasions that you continually need to control the system that you fear most. You’ve heard that it is best not to turn off the system except if it is for broadened periods. Nonetheless, this may not generally work in all circumstances. The best arrangement is to utilize the system wisely.

PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTAT

You may be worried that in the event that you turn off your system during the day and walk out on around evening time, you may burn-through pointless energy. The heater should run longer to arrive at the temperature at which you set your thermostat. A programmable thermostat is maybe perhaps the best instrument you can utilize. Setting temperatures for a minimum of eight hours is considered to be effective. More specifically, you can set the thermostat to reduce cycling times (turning on) when you are away or snoozing. Numerous thermostats permit you to program for a whole week. Those that give gauges can assist you with programing your thermostat all the more precisely.

You will have the option to program your thermostat to progressively arrive at the ideal temperature at the perfect time. At the point when the mild temperatures keep going for a few days, turning off the HVAC system is a smart thought.

DUCTLESS HEATERS

At the point when your house is cold however you can’t legitimize turning on the heater, ductless heaters can be a decent other option. One preferred position of utilizing ductless heaters is the capacity to warm the specific zones in your home. This assists with giving the solace you need without squandering energy. The central heating system will heat even areas that don’t need heat, resulting in wasted energy.

BEYOND TEMPERATURE REGULATION

In addition to heating and cooling your home, your HVAC system also circulates the air, which can improve indoor air quality (IAQ). It also controls humidity levels. If you turn off your HVAC system entirely, you won’t have these benefits, so pay attention to how your home feels. If you notice unpleasant odors, when outdoor temperatures are mild enough, be sure to open windows or doors to let fresh air inside.

UTILIZING YOUR HVAC SYSTEM

Freezing weather is still very common in Evansville. During these occasions, your furnace doesn’t just keep you warm and cozy, it also prevents your pipes from freezing. Burst pipes can result in thousands of dollars’ worth of damage, so you’re better off leaving the HVAC system on if lower temperatures appear in the forecast. In this case it is wise to use recommended thermostat settings so you provide just the right level of heating.

However, for mild winters, how you use your HVAC system will depend on the needs and preferences of occupants as well as characteristics specific to your home. Pay attention to the weather forecasts so you can know what to expect. Generally, weather patterns in our area will allow you to keep your system off for certain periods. On any given day, the best solution involves using your thermostat wisely.

If you are not sure about the best way to manage your HVAC system, consult the pros at BNG Heating and Cooling at (812) 858-4000. We can provide the solutions and systems to help you to manage your energy bills and indoor comfort. Call us today!

Is a Heat Pump Right For My Home?

warm home

We’re seeing an ever increasing number of inquiries from homeowners about heat pumps. What are heat pumps, and how do they work? Are they right for me? While heat pumps are more commonly utilized in the warmer areas of the country, they are becoming more widespread in all states.

What is a Heat Pump?

Heat pumps are an energy-effective option in contrast to furnaces and air conditioners. They give both heating and cooling utilizing heat transfer and electricity, the characteristic inclination for heat to move from spaces with higher temperatures to those with cooler ones.

In the colder time of year, a coil of tubing loaded up with refrigerant urges thermal energy from the outdoor air. After warming and vaporizing into a gas, it is brought inside to the pump’s inside unit and warms encompassing air that is then fanned all through the home.

Home Heat Pump

In the summer, heat pumps can cool your home by reversing this same cycle. Coils pull thermal energy from within the home to cool the inside and push warm thermal energy outdoors. This cycle utilizes thermal dynamics and eletricity to warm and cool the home, rather than coal, oil or flammable gas.

heating pump

Heat Pump Benefits

By having one framework that gives heating and cooling you can save money on upfront equipment costs by not having to buy a furnace.

Consolidating the mechanical proficiency with off-peak seasonal electricity rates in the cold weather months implies lower energy costs for heating.

Since heat pumps use power productively instead of consuming non-renewable energy sources, they are for the most part cleaner and environmentally friendly.

Heat Pumps with Secondary Heating Sources

While heat pump innovation is turning out to be increasingly more proficient at heating and cooling, there are still conditions where a furnace or optional heat source will be important. In zones of the U.S. that regularly get beneath 15°F for extended times, it may be valuable to utilize the heat pump with a helper heating arrangement, for example, a traditional gas furnace. Get some information about the most recent high-effectiveness heat pumps and double fuel frameworks accessible for your area of the nation.

With appropriate upkeep and support, a heat pump climate control system that does both heating and cooling can provide a low-cost, high-efficiency and environmentally friendly answer for your heating needs throughout the year.