Heat pumps are good for situations outside of drastic chilly temperatures

I finally moved across the country for the first time this year.

It wasn’t my plan, however my partner & I were forced into a difficult situation when his former supervisor filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy.

He had to look for work within his industry in any neighborhood through the United States to cast as wide of a net as humanly possible. At first every one of us thought that we’d be forced to compromise & transfer someplace up north where it feels prefer the arctic tundra for a fine section of the year, however the opposite ended up being the case. We had to relocate to an seriously hot & humid section in the south. Sadly, every one of us don’t have the benefit of living close to the ocean & having the sea breezes to contend with as some agent against the sun’s rays. It’s downright angry down here in August & November when temperatures reach their apex in the day hours for the entire year. However, this might lead you to mistakenly assuming that every one of us don’t have a need for indoor heating while in our Winter seasons. That simply isn’t true, especially this last year when temperatures got down to 30 degrees for a few days in a row while in late December. We were trying to get by with the electric furnace coil in our central HVAC system, however it’s seriously inefficient & costly to run. Getting a heat pump was a good idea because now we’re getting somewhere close to 300% efficiency while in the heating cycles. Since our winters never get colder than 30 degrees, there’s no need for a hourary or emergency heat source to supplement the heat pump.



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