As part of a home’s heating and cooling system, heat pumps are installed outside. In cold months, it transfers heat from the outside to the inside via electricity and refrigerant, while in warm months, it transfers the heat back into the home. Therefore, it is more efficient and environmentally friendly than separate heating and cooling systems. If you are looking to upgrade the air quality of your home and improve your monthly budget, Constant Home Comfort London can send a heat pump installer over right away.

By using different sources, heat pumps transfer heat from one place to another. Heat is transferred between the air outside and the air inside a home by air source heat pumps, whereas heat is transferred between the ground and the air inside a home by ground source heat pumps. In this explanation, we will discuss air source heat pumps. In contrast to furnaces that produce heat, heat pumps absorb heat energy from the outside air and transfer it to the indoor air.

Choosing a heating and cooling system for your home involves considering factors such as the size of your home and the local climate. Constant Home Comfort London experts can assist you in determining the best system for your needs. Take note of your local climate when choosing a heat pump system. Heat pumps are most effective in mild climates where temperatures do not typically drop below freezing. In colder regions, heat pumps can be paired with a furnace for efficient heating on the coldest days. This type of system, known as a dual fuel system, is known to be energy efficient and cost-effective.

Heat Pumps Save You Money
Heat pumps are a cost-effective and energy-efficient solution for heating and cooling Canadian homes. The major benefit of heat pumps is that they provide both heating and cooling in one unit, eliminating the need for separate systems and saving money on equipment and installation costs. As well as being energy-efficient, heat pumps work by transferring heat from the outside air or ground into the home, rather than generating heat through combustion. As a result, heat pumps can provide the same amount of heat with less energy than traditional heating systems. They also require minimal maintenance, which helps keep them cost-effective. Heat pumps are a worthwhile investment because of their long-term savings and energy efficiency. With Canadian government rebates and incentives for energy-efficient home upgrades, the financial advantage for homeowners is clear.

Consult Constant Home Comfort London HVAC experts if you’re considering a heat pump system to determine your home’s heating and cooling needs, and choose the appropriate heat pump system. Using heat pumps in your area, you can save money. Despite costing more and requiring more components than other heating systems, heat pumps can significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions within a relatively short period of time.

 


Known for their precision and efficiency, Lennox Heat Pumps offer effective temperature and humidity control and use energy efficiently, keeping your home at the desired temperature. These all-in-one cooling and heating systems are well-suited for warmer climates. Lennox heat pumps are exceptionally quiet and efficient, with industry-leading efficiencies of up to 23.50 SEER and 10.20 HSPF which can help you save hundreds of dollars in utility costs annually. Single fuel and dual fuel models are available for maximum flexibility and energy savings. Dual fuel models are installed with a compatible furnace and can switch automatically between electricity and gas depending on which is most cost-efficient.

GREE cutting-edge heat pumps are a testament to their commitment to creating top-of-the-line air conditioning systems. Canadians consume a large amount of energy heating their homes, commercial buildings, and institutions due to the cold climate. In the average Canadian home, space heating accounts for 61% of energy use while in commercial and institutional settings it accounts for 56%. One of the main challenges of heat pumps is their efficiency at low outdoor temperatures. A Low Temperature Two-stage Compressor, Full 3-DC Inverter, and Bridge-free Digital PFC Control enable GREE heat pumps to operate in extreme temperatures, including -30°C. heating to 46°C for cooling, enabling Canadians to save up to 70% in energy compared to conventional electric heating systems.


To learn more about GREE and Lennox heat pumps, contact Constant Home Comfort London at  226-240-3219. With our multiple rebates, you can save up to $10,600 on your HVAC installation and ensure a comfortable home all year round. Get the best savings by reaching out to us today.