How to Choose a Heating System
With higher temperatures around the corner, it is time to prepare the AC systems! It can be overwhelming for homeowners who may need a new heat pump system since many options are available. There are a few questions to consider when deciding on the right system for a family.
What is a Heat Pump?
A heat pump is an energy-efficient product that uses the outside air to heat and cool a home during different seasons, which is why it has become increasingly popular. Heat pumps are part of a central HVAC system that transports heat, or warm air, wherever it is needed. This product moves relatively warm air (down to below zero) and disperses it throughout a home in the winter. Meanwhile, heat pumps transfer the warm air inside a house and release it outside to keep families cool and comfortable indoors in the summer.
How Much Does It Cost to Install?
Installation costs depend on location and system setup. If homes require a complete setup, it will most likely cost more than if a homeowner wants to switch to using a heat pump. Costs will also depend on location because HVAC systems run differently in every weather climate. For example, homeowners in the south of the United States experience more humidity and warm weather than homeowners on the east coast. InverterCool provides Professional Installation Services, you don't need to worry about installation after purchasing All-in-one products.
Is It Energy-Efficient?
InverterCool is proud to be a part of Energy Star, which means that InverterCool products have met or exceeded very strict requirements set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for energy efficiency and environmental impact! InverterCool products use only the exact amount of energy needed to heat or cool a home through its patented and innovative technology. The 18 SEER heat pump automatically adjusts itself while maintaining constant and consistent speeds to avoid temperature swings.
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