Why settle for dangerous furnaces and high energy-consuming air conditioners – when you can have the alternative, energy efficient temperature system that facilitates both cooling and heating? Heat pumps are not a new concept as we can find the exact same heat pumps in freezers, fridges and air-conditioning units. Heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool into a warm space, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During winter, the system will move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house and summer heat will be removed from your cool home interior to the warm outdoors. Due to the fact that heat pumps merely move heat rather than generate it they consume one unit of energy for every five units of heating or cooling produced.
Two different heat pump systems are available, sometimes the air-source pump and the geothermal pump. Most popular between the two is the air-source unit, which transfers heat between your house and the outside air. 30% – 40% of energy can be saved with this system when using the heating mode compared to ordinary air conditioning units. These systems also dehumidify much better than standard cooling units, so allowing better cooling within the living area. Geothermal pumps reach higher efficiencies as heat is transferred between your home and the ground or a nearby water source. The units benefit from constant ground or water temperatures, thus ensuring a very low operating cost.
You should consider investing in these systems as exactly that, an investment. The system does not require an operation period to reach full velocity as is the case with conventional air conditioners. You will have immediate heating or cooling, which means your home will become your desired temperature a whole lot quicker and for much less money. Another perk is the programmable timers, which allows you to set the time the system should turn on or off by itself with your desired temperature. Although these pumps are a more expensive initial investment than ordinary air conditioners, it will inevitably pay for itself off due to the low energy consumption.
Heat pumps are the best way to invest in for the ultimate form of temperature regulation in the 21st Century.[ad_2]
Source by JuanPierre Du Preez