If you are looking into a new heating system for your home. There are many things you need to consider. The main thing you need to know is there are different types of systems out there that are better for different places where you live. Such as cold places vs mild temperature winters. Hal Mechanical wants to talk about the three different systems that you can choose from for your home to keep it warm during the winter and what works best for you.
Forced Air Furnace
A Furnace as part of your heating and cooling system. The furnace has different components. It has burners that burn fuel, a blower, a heat exchanger, and an exhaust. The furnace will convert fuel into heat which is then blown throughout your home at the temperature you set. You can have either a gas or oil-based furnace. The furnace is less energy efficient because it blows on full blast until your home is warm.
A heat pump is also part of the heating and cooling system. But a heat pump takes the outside air to heat your home in the winter and cools it down in the summer. It is constantly moving air from one place to another. It will take the heat from outdoors and distribute it into your home when it is cold. Then it will take the warm air that is in your home during the summer and send it outside helping keep your home cool in the summer. It’s a very versatile product and is more energy efficient.
Dual Fuel System
A dual-fuel System is the best of both worlds. It is a gas furnace and heat pump combined. When it is milder temperatures outside the heat pump will do the work, helping keep it more energy efficient. When it starts to get colder outside the dual fuel system will switch over to the gas furnace, helping keep your home warm and cozy. It can switch automatically which will help keep money in your pocket because it is more energy efficient.
Best Residential Heating System
When it comes to heating your home you want the best to keep your home warm. With a gas furnace, it can heat your home even on the coldest days. If you have a heat pump and it drops below freezing it could have a hard time keeping your home warm. You can get supplemental systems to help your heat pump, but when you get those your heat pump is less energy efficient. With a dual fuel system, it can go below freezing and keep you warm at any temperature.
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You need to decide what is best for you and your home. There are many things you need to consider. Cost, where you live, and the amount of comfort you want in your home. All three are great products but what is best for you? Hal Mechanical can help you decide what is best for your home and your situation. Call us today!