What is Air Source Heat Pump Technology? Air Source, or add-on, heat pumps are generally installed in existing homes and buildings, often as replacements for old central air systems.
Central air conditioning keeps you cool in the summer, but in the colder months your investment sits idle. A Heat Pump Super Central Air System is the smart alternative. It too, will keep you cool in the summer, but can also function efficiently as a heating system when the outdoor air temperature is between 40 and 65 degrees. This makes the heat pump more economical than fossil fuels during the cooler spring and fall months. In addition, the Heat Pump Super Central Air System will filter allergens and pollen and also provide an emergency backup in the event of a boiler or furnace breakdown.
- Clean, quiet operation
- Upgraded central air conditioning, better value for the money
- Year ‘round, not just seasonal use
- Works in heating mode when more economical than present heating system
- Offers air filtration during spring and fall pollen seasons that a boiler doesn't
- Provides a home with two heating systems – prevents emergency no heat calls when the existing system breaks down or runs out of fuel
- Works identically to central air during cooling season
- Lower air temperatures provide longer run times for better filtration and comfort
- Perfect for heating during spring and fall. Boilers and furnaces are sized for the coldest days, and are less efficient during milder spring and fall weather.
- Reduces run times and wear and tear on existing heating system; prevents short run cycles in the spring and the fall
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