At this Ponce Inlet home, Total Comfort replaced an oil furnace with a heat pump system. The new installation incorporates new duct sealing methods that should make this system more efficient.
The All-Purpose HVAC System
whether it's heating, cooling, or humidity control, heat pumps handle it all. Resemebling normal HVAC units, heat pumps operate the same for cooling, but during the winter, they operate in reverse to provide your Ponce Inlet home with warmth. Our heat pumps are energy star qualified, providing the highest efficiency possible when you are cooling or heating your Ponce Inlet home.
What is a Heat Pump?
Good question! A heat pump is flexible HVAC system that uses an air handler to transport heat. During the Summer, the heat pumps removes the heat from your Ponce Inlet home, in turn cooling it effeciently. During the Winter months, it removes the heat from the outside air and moves it inside your Ponce Inlet home.
What's the difference?
A heat pump is alternante choice from an air conditioner. When it comes to cooling, they are very similar. The main difference is in the heating function because the heat pump has the abilitly to reverse the process. If you are interested in a heat pump for your Ponce Inlet home, contact a comfort expert now at Total Comfort!