Remember Me? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 13 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Should I go with a Heat pump or Heat strip for the heating side - I'm worried a bit about electric rates down the road as natural Gas rises and electricity goes up in cost. Looking for guidance in replacing this system. I see a lot about HP on this and other forums..
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3 Reasons Why a Heat Pump is the Best Heating System for Your Florida Home
Heat Pump vs Furnace - The Pros and Cons of Each Heating Type
Since more people are using heat pumps these days, even in cold climates, let's spell out the three different types of heat that conventional heat pumps provide. Why not! We've just recently covered the three main sources of home heating and then stepped back and looked another group of three sources of heat for high-performance homes. Now let's zoom in a bit on heat pumps. This is the heat you get when the compressor runs.
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The Difference Between Heat Pump and A/C Systems
The heat pump vs furnace debate has been going for a while, so which is best? Whether you live in Santa Clarita, California or the colder climates of Montana, figuring out what type of heating system to use in your house can be a difficult decision, and we are often asked the pros and cons of these two systems. Heat pumps, for instance, will typically only work in places with mild winters and are designed primarily for coastal regions in the southern states, whereas furnaces can brave even the harshest winter climates. Those of you who read our articles regularly know that we started as a small, U.
Thanks for printing! Deciding between the two systems will depend on the climate you live in and the comfort levels you are accustomed too. Reviewing the pros and cons of each heating and cooling system should make your decision easier and leave you with the satisfaction that you made the right choice for your home. Both systems are designed to transfer the heat from inside your home to the outside when in cooling mode. However, a heat pump is fitted with a reversing valve that allows it to transfer the heat from outside into your home when in heating mode.