A heat pump serves a dual role as both a cooling and heating system.

Functioning much like a traditional air conditioner. Its installation closely mirrors that of a standard air conditioner. While it cools your home during warmer months just as effectively, it also possesses the capability to provide heating, even in colder winter conditions.

The key to the exceptional energy efficiency of a heat pump lies in its Coefficient of Performance (COP). The COP measures the amount of heat a heat pump can generate relative to the electricity it consumes. To illustrate, if we compare it to an electric furnace where generating 1 kilowatt of heat costs $1, a heat pump can produce the same amount of heat for just $0.25. This remarkable efficiency stems from heat pumps having a COP of up to 4, which means they can generate the same amount of heat using only a quarter of the energy. In essence, they are up to 400% more energy-efficient!

Heat pumps are an increasingly popular choice for those looking to reduce energy consumption, save on utility bills, and lower their environmental impact while maintaining a comfortable indoor environment.

Components Of A Heat Pump System

  • Outdoor Unit
  • Indoor Unit
  • Refrigerant
  • Compressor
  • Expansion Valve
  • Reversing Valve
  • And more!