Can you believe November is already over? By now you’ve probably had a heat pump inspection and you’re getting ready to turn your heat pump on (if you haven’t already!) to begin feeling your heat mode. In the winter, heat pumps operate basically like reverse air conditioners, pulling heat from the outside air and moving it into your home. This allows heat pumps to run much more efficiently than furnaces and other fuel burning heat pumps, provided you use them properly!
Since heat pumps are still gaining traction in our area, it’s common for people to have questions about how they work. And while they’re not that much of a jump from furnaces, there are some key differences that tend to confuse many new buyers.
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