If you need a new heating and cooling system for your home, a heat pump is a convenient and cost-effective choice.
The system efficiently delivers the heat you need on the occasional chilly winter nights and the cooling you need during our long tropical summer season.
There is 1.5 to 3 times more heat transfer energy provided by heat pumps than they consume. They are 300% efficient, which means they transfer three units of heat energy for every unit of electricity they consume. Heat pumps with variable speed motors offer customized airflow rates. During big temperature changes, the system operates at its highest speed. When it gets close to the temperature on the thermostat, the motor slows down and uses less energy. The variable speed motor uses approximately 66% less electricity when operating at the lowest speed needed. In addition to delivering more consistent temperature control, variable speed motors are quiet and circulate more air in your home. Heat pumps with two-stage compressors have high seasonal energy efficiency ratios. Compared to a 12- to 14-SEER unit, their SEER ratings range from 16 to 21. Most of the time, the compressor runs on low, which increases its efficiency. On the hottest summer days, the compressor kicks up to high speed in order to keep your home cool. The two-stage compressor eliminates frequent cycling. Fewer cycles means less wear and tear and lower utility bills.