For regions with moderate temperature control needs, a heat pump offers an energy-efficient alternative to traditional heating and cooling products like furnaces and air conditioners. </p>
Heat pumps act as two-in-one heating and cooling product by providing heat in colder temperatures and cooling when it’s hot outside. Instead of generating heat, it either moves heat out of an area to cool the space down or harvests heat from the outdoors and moves it into an area to warm it up. There are two types of heat pumps to choose from:
- Ground-source (also known as geothermal)
Using a heat pump is already a great way to increase your heating and cooling efficiency, but by pairing it with a furnace, you can further increase your efficiency and save up to 30% on the energy a furnace alone uses to generate heat.