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Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are simply perfect for the Carolinas. They run at a high level of efficiency in areas that experience mild winters and many warmer months. Having a heat pump fulfills your year round HVAC needs. No more maintaining both an air conditioner and a heater. Heat pumps provide the benefits of both in one efficient unit.

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Heat pumps are different from other systems, as they operate on electrical power instead of burning fuel. This in itself makes heating and cooling your home easier and less expensive. The way a heat pump functions is also drastically different than other heating and cooling alternatives.

In the winter, the heat pump pulls the heat from the air outside and circulates it throughout your home. You don’t have to heat the air; just pull it in and distribute it in your home. This is, as you can imagine, less costly than heating cold air and circulating it. In the warmer months, your heat pump will do exactly the opposite. The pump pulls the heat from inside your home and forces it outside. This allows for more comfortable indoor temperatures and saves you from having the run the AC all day.

Heat pumps are an investment that will continue to save you money long after it pays for itself. Don’t let a slightly larger initial cost prevent you from saving money and energy by running one of these systems in your home.

An electric alternative to rising fuel costs, heat pumps can save you money on your bills all year. They run at a high level of efficiency, which will help you conserve on energy. One unit, no fuel, all year comfort. If you are interested in seeing how much a heat pump can save you on your heating and cooling – Call G+S Energy today.

We have been providing our customers with solutions to their heating and cooling needs for decades. Our skilled technicians have training and experience to handle it all when it comes to heat pumps. They can answer any questions you may have, and help you decide if a heat pump is the right fit for your home.