Heat Pump Air Conditioners for Energy Efficiency
Most conventional heat pumps are prevalent across the nation, effectively heating and cooling homes as long as the temperature outside remains above 35˚F. However, in areas where freezing temperatures predominate, a dual-fuel heat pump introduces more efficiency by transferring heat rather than producing it.
Dual-fuel heat pump air conditioners attach to existing ductwork or to a geothermal heating system. Thermostatic expansion valves, variable-speed blowers, and improved coil design split the work between the two systems, prolonging the service life of both for many years to come. And this is clean heating and cooling that does not produce carbon monoxide or other dangerous gases keeping your family safe season after season.