The process avoids the environmental impact of the combustion process, then rather than burn fossil fuels, it simply moves existing heat from a single locale to another
Living in Albuquerque means facing just about every type of weather extreme. The summers are tepid and dry with temperature climbing into the mid nineties. The winters are short but super frigid and snowy. All of us can expect the temperature to fall below frigid for about several or more than five months. The wide change of conditions requires both a heating and cooling system; While the combination of an air conditioner and furnace is the most popular solution, I chose a dual fuel method for our home. The initial investment to purchase and install the method was more overpriced, but I’ve reclaimed the cost in lower utility bills. A dual fuel method partners a gas furnace with an electric heat pump. The luck of a heat pump is that it provides both heating and cooling capabilities. During the summer, it acts almost exactly love a conventional air conditioner; It pulls heat out of the beach house and moves it outside by way of refrigerant. When the weather turns cooler, the heat pump reverses the flow of refrigerant and draws from ambient heat in the outside air. The process avoids the environmental impact of the combustion process, then rather than burn fossil fuels, it simply moves existing heat from a single locale to another. An electric heat pump is more energy efficient than the furnace. It handles the home’s comfort needs for the majority of the year, and once the outdoor temperature drops below frigid, the furnace takes over; Having several fuel sources allows us to utilize the most effective and efficient chance and keep our utility bills to a minimum.