What is a High Efficiency Inverter Heat Pump System?
High efficiency inverter heat pumps are a unitary ducted system. They are an electric alternative to gas and oil systems for heating your home. They are efficient and can both heat and cool your home. They are a great way to save money on utility bills as they conserve energy.
What is the Difference Between a High Efficiency Inverter Heat Pump System and a Mini Split System?
High efficiency inverter heat pumps use the same technology as mini splits; however, they have been specially designed to work with ductwork. Whereas mini splits have a line that runs from the outdoor condenser to the individual indoor air handlers, high efficiency inverter heat pumps are connected to your ductwork like a furnace.
What are the Advantages of a High Efficiency Inverter Heat Pump?
High efficiency inverter heat pumps are efficient. They are specifically designed to conserve energy and to heat and cool at a more rapid rate.
High efficiency inverter heat pumps can save you money on your utility bills when a properly sized system, for both space and climate, is installed. Not sure what size you need? Check out our sizing guide.
Installation is simple because it connects to existing ductwork. There is no need for installing extra ventilation systems. Simply connect the indoor air handler to existing ductwork, as you would a furnace, and you are on your way to a comfortable home.
Because this system does not use fossil fuels, it is an eco-friendly option.
How Do High Efficiency Inverter Heat Pumps Function in Extreme Hot and Cold Temperatures?
Many of these models have extended heat pump and cooling performance due to the inverter technology. Some of our systems can efficiently heat down to -22 degrees Fahrenheit and efficiently cool up to 129 degrees Fahrenheit.
What Should I Consider When Selecting a High Efficiency Inverter Heat Pump?
SEER (cooling) and HSPF (heating) are standardized measurements of the electrical efficiency of the systems. Use these specifications to determine relative efficiency between the systems.
Proper sizing - the BTU output or Tons (12,000 btu = 1 ton) measure the output capacity of a system. The system selected should match both size and location of your home.
High efficiency inverter heat pumps come in a variety of prices. The exact price is dependent upon the brand and size of the system that you decide on. But we have great deals on all our items, so that you can save as much money as possible.
What is the Current Legislation and are there Rebates Available?
Some US states are passing legislation that restricts the type of heating system you can use, particularly the use of gas furnaces. Replacing your system with a high-efficiency heat pump may help future-proof your system against newer, more restrictive legislation
Depending on where you live, your state may offer tax incentives or rebates when you upgrade to a high-efficiency system. Rebates are sometimes available from your local utitily company as well. Check with your local government and utility provider to see what systems qualify.
In the state of California, residents in qualifying ZIP codes can receive a $1500 rebate. Click here for more information.
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