Heat Pumps Keep Improving

Technological advances make heat pumps more and more attractive to homeowners.

They’re quieter than their predecessors and they are becoming more and more efficient, increasing comfort and reducing utility bills.

Achrnews.com recently posted some of the latest progress being made by heat pumps:

  • York’s Affinity Heat Pumps can adjust capacity and airflow to precisely match changing comfort needs for maximum comfort and minimized power consumption. Its monitoring system issues a frowning face if the system is having a problem and a smiling face if it’s working well.
  • Nortek Global HVAC’s heat pump units have improved performance thanks to all-aluminum coil technology, which reduces the chance of leaks.
  • Bosch’s Inverter Ducted Split Air Source Heat Pump measures a mere 29-by-29 inches in size, making it ideal for homes where space is limited.
  • Ecoers ESI ULTRA SERIES inverter unitary systems use 4G-cellular technology to save contractors time and fuel when troubleshooting – and reduce maintenance and repair costs for customers.
  • Trane’s XV19 provides simple setup and configuration for contractors also diagnose issues remotely. Trane has a variable-speed heat pump that can run from 30-50 percent of its rated capacity, which helps increase efficiency and lower utility costs.

Don’t get caught in the cold or the heat. Freedom Heating and Cooling, a family-owned business, will quickly and efficiently solve your problems and cheerfully help you with any heating, ventilation or air-conditioning issue.

Call us at (205) 444-4444.