How Do Heat Pumps Work?
Unlike conventional, less efficient heating and cooling systems, electric heat pumps draw heat from the environment and move it indoors to heat or move it outdoors to cool a home. Heat pumps require electricity to run but deliver more energy than they use by concentrating and moving heat rather than generating it.
For more information on the specific heat pump products we offer, view our Air Source Heat Pumps product page.
AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMPS
Air source heat pumps extract heat from the air outside and distribute it inside your home. During warmer months, this process is reversed to provide cooling by pulling heat out of your interior space.
UPGRADING FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
Our energy system is changing. Smart home and building owners are preparing for a carbon-limited future and improving their present comfort and costs by installing heat pumps.
Switching to heat pumps means future genera- tions can breathe a little easier. Clean heating and cooling with heat pumps for your home can:
- Lower your monthly energy usage
- Reduce your carbon footprint
- Maintain or even increase your comfort level
- Eliminate the need for oil or propane systems
- Improve indoor air quality
- Add air conditioning to keep your cool