We are now late enough into the year that, if you have not scheduled a necessary heating replacement, you really need to get moving. It definitely won’t be long before your heating system is in regular rotation, as you can tell by how much things have cooled down around here already. If you are ready to invest in a new heating system, a hybrid heater is absolutely worth your attention.
Of course, a hybrid heating system will only function as reliably, safely, and efficiently as possible if you schedule your hybrid heating system services in Fort Collins, CO with trained professionals. Call our number to do so. That way, you can reap the full benefits of your new hybrid heating system.
Hybrid Heating: The Best of Both Worlds
Are you familiar with heat pump technology? A heat pump is an HVAC system that allows you to both heat and cool your home with the use of just one system. During the summer, the heat pump works just like a central AC system. In the winter, though, a heat pump reverses its refrigerant cycle. That allows the outdoor coil to function as the evaporator coil, and for the system to evaporate refrigerant in order to absorb heat from the air outside. After compression, this refrigerant’s thermal energy is used to heat air for distribution throughout the house.
This is a very efficient means of heating your home, as you are transferring heat, rather than generating it. The process requires only a small amount of electricity. However, heat pumps can struggle when temperatures are exceptionally cold, especially for longer periods of time. A hybrid heating system pairs the versatility and efficiency of a heat pump with the tried-and-true power and reliability of a furnace. You can use the heat pump to cool your home all summer, and to heat it for most of the winter. When the heat pump starts to struggle, the furnace can automatically take over, so that you are still using minimal energy without compromising your comfort.
Schedule your hybrid heating services with Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning. Big enough to serve, small enough to care.