Heat Pumps save on resources by using a Very Efficient Refrigeration Cycle for Summer Cooling & Winter Heating
Heat pumps work on a refrigeration cycle similar to refrigerated air conditioners. However, they are designed so that the heat transfer process is reversible.
Typically, residential units use outside air as a heat sink for the refrigeration process. In the summer, they remove heat from the air inside of your home, making the spaces cooler. During the winter season, they remove heat from the outside air and deliver it your your home, warming the space.
Benefits of a Heat Pump Include:
- Quiet operation
- Conservation of resources, energy efficient
- One unit for both heating and cooling means less maintenance