Heat Pumps Guides

Heat pumps are an efficient and environmentally friendly way to heat and cool homes and buildings. 

They work by transferring heat from the air or ground outside into the building, rather than generating heat from a fuel source like a furnace or boiler. This makes them much more energy-efficient than traditional heating and cooling systems, which can result in significant cost savings over time. 

Since they don’t rely on fossil fuels, heat pumps produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions and are a cleaner alternative to other heating systems. While the initial cost of installing a heat pump can be higher than a traditional system, the long-term savings on energy bills can make up for the difference. 

Learn more about heat pumps through our series of guides below:

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