A split system heat pump keeps homes comfortable all year long. In summer, it draws heat out of your home to cool it. In the winter, it draws heat from outside air into your home to warm it. Many heat pumps have a booster electrical-resistance heater that automatically heats outside air even more. Outside air always has heat in it—even at very low outdoor temperatures. Like a central air conditioner, a heat pump includes a compressor, fan, outdoor coil, indoor coil, and a refrigerant. The efficiency of heat pumps is rated using SEER (for cooling efficiency) and HSPF (for heating efficiency). A heat pump uses electricity as its power source.
The basic components of a heat pump are:
Dee’s offers a wide variety of York split system heat pumps. One may be just the right choice for you, if you are interested in moving to heating and cooling system that does not rely on the vagaries of oil or gas prices.
Dee’s also provides York heating, air conditioning, process cooling solutions, equipment maintenance and repair service to a full spectrum of commercial and industrial facilities. Please call or send us a message to find out which product will best suit your needs.
York home comfort systems are designed and built to provide maximum quality, comfort and efficiency to your home. Whether you’re looking for a furnace, an air conditioner or a complete heating and cooling solution, Dee’s can evaluate factors such as your home’s size, age, number of rooms, regional climate and utility costs to select the best system for your home.
YORK designs and manufactures a complete line of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for the residential and light commercial markets. In addition to the finest quality home cooling and heating products, York is the only air conditioning manufacturer that offers outdoor units in custom colors. With a sleek, contemporary look, the Affinity™ Series is the only system on the market that gives you the choice of seven exterior colors, plus the latest technology on the inside.
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) into law. This bill combines spending and tax incentives designed to get the American economy moving forward by investing in infrastructure and increasing the efficiency of residential/commercial buildings in America.
Specifically for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) business, this legislation makes a number of important changes to the existing tax incentives for homeowners who make qualified purchases on high-efficiency HVAC products and equipment in their primary residences.