An air-source heat pump uses advanced technology and the refrigeration cycle to heat and cool your home. This allows a heat pump to provide year-round indoor comfort - no matter the season!
Heat Pump in Cooling Mode
In cooling mode, heat pumps maintain cool, comfortable temperatures while reducing humidity levels inside your home. Here's how:
Heat Pump in Heating Mode
For many years, heat pumps were reserved for locations that typically experience milder winters. However, advanced technology has enabled these systems to be used in areas with extended periods of cold temperatures. Here's how:
Parts of a Heat Pump
A typical air-source heat pump system is a split or two-part system that uses electricity as its power source. The system contains an outdoor unit that looks similar to an air conditioner and an indoor air handler. The heat pump works in conjunction with the air handler to distribute the warm or cool air to interior spaces. In addition to the electrical components and a fan, a heat pump system includes: