I live in an space of the country with fairly mild Winter seasons and hot, humid Summers. During the Winter season, the outside temperature rarely drops below forty degrees, and all of us never see snow. Our Summer uneven temperatures often climb into the upper nineties, and the humidity is horrible. Both of us have the perfect weather for an electric heat pump. The heat pump operates a lot enjoy a conventional cooling system in that it extracts heat from the indoor air, and by way of refrigerant, moves it outside. However, a heat pump is correctly more energy efficient than an cooling system and is better at dehumidification. The benefit is that the system can reverse the operation to provide heat. The heat pump finds ambient warmth in the outdoor air, compresses it to a higher temperature and relies on the refrigerant to give the heat into the home. This process eliminates the need to burn fossil fuel to generate heat. There’s no tepid surface, fumes, fear of sparks or danger of carbon monoxide. The heat pump provides a safe, disinfect and energy efficient source of year round temperature control. Because the system handles both heating and cooling, and is quite complex, the purchase price and cost of upgrade is rather high. They are way more costly than a conventional cooling system. But, it’s only necessary to purchase the 1 unit, and this simplifies the demands of maintenance. While electric heat pumps are a major investment, the system will correctly spend our money for itself through energy savings. Plus, a heat pump provides legitimately even comfort, quiet operation, and exceptional air quality.