Regular heat pump repair was not something I was anticipating when I bought the electric gas furnace from the local Heating, Ventilation & A/C supplier.
I was head over heels for the heating device and overlooked anything that looked like a con.
It was the type of quality heating I had been dreaming about for a long time, then now 6 years later, the homeowner solutions Heating, Ventilation & A/C professional told me that I needed a strange kind of heating device, preferably a single that uses fuel. I was taken aback at first because before my current system, I had another type of Heating, Ventilation & A/C, but it was old and typically in need of repairs, and I asked myself why I needed to go back. I had observed some shortcomings with the current proposal but only when the temperature dipped below zero, but it was otherwise an excellent decision. When the heating supplier saw my distaste, he said he meant a dual-fuel system. It would utilize the capabilities of my current proposal combined with, for instance, a gas boiler. This hybrid proposal would ensure that I have indoor comfort throughout the year, even when it is freezing. The minute he said this, I wanted it because, while in winter, it was a bit of a struggle trying to keep the home warm enough. The fireplace helped hugely, but that was only in the living area; the kitchens were a strange matter altogether. When the Heating, Ventilation & A/C worker started talking about contacting the heating supplier for gas furnace/heater tune-up for the hybrid system, I was easily keen. Even with that to factor in, the substitute seemed like a worthy investment.