Heading into the cold weather months, North Shore homeowners are relying more and more on their heating systems to stay cozy inside. But many homes in the area have outdated furnaces and boilers that waste energy, increasing electricity costs for homeowners while barely providing enough heat for their home.
Before the snow starts to fall is a great time to reevaluate the efficiency of your current heating system and take a closer look at mini split heat pump installation. If you’re stuck between getting a new furnace or boiler vs. heat pumps, here’s more information about how Mitsubishi Electric heat pumps can lower your energy bills and efficiently heat your entire home this fall and winter.
Heat Pumps Are Highly Efficient
Air source heat pumps work by transferring heat from the air outside of your home to the air inside your home via refrigerant coils. In fact, heat pumps are the only heating system which can produce several times more energy than they consume, making them an incredibly energy efficient and environmentally friendly heating option.
Ductless mini split heat pumps are even more efficient because they don’t require ductwork installation or repair—the outdoor and indoor components of a heat pump are connected via a short refrigerant line. Without ductwork, which is susceptible to leaks and can be difficult for conditioned air to travel through, ductless heat pumps deliver all the hot air they produce to your living space with no energy loss.
Heat Pumps Can Heat and Cool Your Home
One of the biggest advantages to heat pumps is that they can not only heat your home in fall and winter but also cool it in the summer, allowing you to replace your entire HVAC system, including air conditioning, for year-round comfort.
Heat Pumps Work Well In Cold Weather
If you’ve heard that heat pumps don’t work well in cold climates, you’ve heard outdated information. Advances in heat pump technology and manufacturing allow new heat pumps to absorb and transfer heat even from very cold outdoor air to your home. Mitsubishi Electric’s advanced technology means your heat pump system can heat your home when outdoor temperatures are as low as -13° F!
Today, heat pumps in cold weather work just as well as they do in warm weather.
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Ductless mini splits can be used in any kind of customizable configuration that best suits your North Shore or Seacoast, NH home, either as a supplement to an existing central HVAC system or bundled together with multiple units that cover your entire house. No matter what your situation is, we’ll work with you to find the option that best suits your heating and cooling needs.
As a Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Contractor, the Mitsubishi Electric heat pumps Kearney HVAC installs come with 12 year warranties and are the most energy efficient ductless mini splits on the market.
Plus, Massachusetts homeowners can qualify through Mass Saves rebates for up to $1,600 back on their new heat pump system.