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Consider a Lennox Heat Pump for Additional Energy Savings

Heat pumps are a two-for-one HVAC system; these units provide heat in the winter and cool air in the summer. When it’s cold outside, the heat pump extracts the outside heat and transfers it indoors. During the warmer seasons, the heat pump removes heat from the indoors. Basically, these units consist of an outdoor unit similar to an air conditioner and an indoor unit called an air handler. The compressor circulates refrigerant that absorbs heat and releases it between the outdoor and indoor units. One of the main advantages of a heat pump is that is moves heat instead of generating heat. This creates more energy efficiency when compared to traditional HVAC systems.

Air-Sourced Heat Pumps

Air-sourced heat pumps are the common type of heat pump. If you heat with electricity, the air-sourced heat pump can trim energy usage up to 40 percent. In addition, high-efficiency units dehumidify better than typical central air conditioners. As a result, there’s more cooling comfort in the warmer months.

There are many energy efficient options available today when it comes to cooling your home. Standard central air conditioners, heat pumps, and ductless systems are the primary cooling options.In some cases, we may have to combine more than one to accomplish your needs.   Our comfort advisors will discuss and present the best options for your home.  





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