To get the most benefits from installing a heat pump, you can use it for heating and cooling. In addition, different types of HVAC systems can use heat pumps. There are also improvements that can be done during a heat pump installation to improve the efficiency of your home. The following heat pump installation options will give you efficient heating and cooling:
Ductless HVAC Heat Pump Systems
Ductless systems are a popular choice because they are efficient and affordable. They can also be installed with an AC heat pump to provide your home with heat and cooling. Some of the options for a ductless heat pump system include:
You can use ductless systems to add affordable HVAC to your home or to renovation projects.
Using An AC Heat Pump for Forced-Air HVAC
Force-air HVAC typically uses conventional ductwork that distributes air to different areas of your home. These systems commonly have separate air conditioning and furnace units. If you want your system to be more efficient, both of these can be replaced with a heat pump. This will allow you to heat your home efficiently during winter with the same unit that provides cooling in hot weather.
Efficient Compact Duct Systems With a Heat Pump
Another option to consider for a more efficient HVAC system is compact, high-velocity ductwork. These systems use ducts that are more like the drain lines installed with plumbing. This allows for the heating and cooling to be distributed to your home more efficiently. Usually, these systems are installed for efficient air conditioning. Installing an AC heat pump with your high-velocity system can provide you with the heating and cooling your home needs.
Efficient Design Features For Your Heat Pump HVAC
There are various design features to consider adding to your heat pump system. These options include some of the following HVAC features:
The addition of smart controls and zoned HVAC can make your heating and cooling more efficient. Ask about modern thermostat solutions that allow your HVAC to be programmed automatically.
The installation of an AC heat pump will provide your home with a more efficient HVAC system. Call a heat pump installation service and talk to them about the best options to make your home more efficient.Share
15 December 2020
Every summer, I agonized over energy bills that would shoot into the stratosphere as a result of my efforts to keep cool in the heat. Every time I turned the temperature down, my bills increased. This summer, I decided to take some of the control over my energy bill back. I installed reflective film on my windows that reduced the amount of light and heat coming into the house. I started serving more cold meals or asking my husband to barbecue outside, so that my air conditioner didn't have to compete with the hot stove, and I started doing laundry at night to reduce appliance heat in the house at peak times. I also had ceiling fans installed. So far, the difference in my bill has been tremendous. This blog is a way for me to explore other ways to reduce energy drain during the summer months.