A heat pump is a safe, cost-effective and energy efficient option for heating and/or cooling your home, ideal for moderate climates such as the Pacific Northwest. But what does it really do?
How Does a Heat Pump Work?
In short, a heat pump transfers warm air from one place to another. During winter, the any warmth in outside air is transferred from outside to inside your home. In summer, the transfer reverses, expelling warm air from inside the house to the outside. Heat pumps are made of two components, an outdoor ‘heat pump’ unit, and an indoor ‘air handler’ unit.
The Benefits of a Heat Pump
A heat pump is safer than a furnace because it’s flameless, removing fire and carbon monoxide poisoning risks. They’re also extremely energy efficient, creating nearly twice the energy in heat from the energy used, making them a ‘green’ technology. They also act as excellent air filtration and purifiers, removing harmful allergens and toxins from the air.
Lower Your Energy Cost & Carbon Footprint
If you’d like to lower your energy costs and ‘carbon footprint’, and increase safety and air quality in your home, consider a top quality Carrier heat pump from All Points Heating in Mukilteo. Our skilled technicians can help you choose, install and maintain your heat pump, so give us a call or email us today, and don’t forget to check out our special online offers!
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Heat Pumps are a Great Heating & Cooling Solution for Homes in King and South Snohomish Counties
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