One of the industry’s most efficient systems, with ratings up to 20 SEER and 10 HSPF.
Our quietest and most efficient heat pump yet. Up to 19.5 SEER, 12 HSPF and 43-57dBA.
One of our most affordable heat pumps is an excellent blend of efficiency and value.
A heat pump is an HVAC product that uses the outside air to efficiently heat your home in the winter and cool it in the summer. Unlike a furnace, a heat pump doesn’t burn fuel to make heat. It simply uses electricity to move heat from one place to another - making it a more energy efficient solution for many people.
Yes. Despite the name, in the summer, your heat pump works just like a traditional air conditioner and includes the same energy efficient features and SEER rating system.
HSPF stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor and is used to measure the efficiency of a heat pump. The higher the HSPF, the greater the energy efficiency of the heat pump. HSPF is a ratio of the heat output to electricity use over an average heating season.
Whether to choose a heat pump or furnace depends on where you live. Heat pumps can be a smart and energy saving option if you live in an area with mild winters where temperatures rarely dip below freezing like the Southeast or Southwest. In these locations, a heat pump can both heat and cool your home comfortably and efficiently.
The condition of your heat pump depends on several factors including location, maintenance, build quality and more. However, we recommend replacing your heat pump if: It’s 10 years old or more., It has a SEER rating of 10 or less, It has an HSPF rating of 8 or less, It needs frequent repairs, It is declining in performance, Your energy costs are rising.
Choosing the right size heat pump is a crucial part of the HVAC buying process and one that you’ll need an HVAC professional to help you with. Here’s why buying the right size heat pump matters: if you buy an HVAC system that’s too big, you’ll end up wasting money and energy. And if it’s too small, you won’t get enough cool or warm air to keep you comfortable.
An electric heat pump is the traditional unit that uses outside air and an interconnected system of ductwork to both heat and cool your home. Ductless heat pumps can be installed in a single room and help control the temperature without needing to install ductwork, making them ideal for new additions or rooms that run hot or cold.