Nov 17 2016

As winter quickly approaches, and temperatures drop in Severna Park, Maryland, you want to be sure your heating system can keep your family warm. Consider energy savings, interior comfort, and dual heating and cooling capabilities when deciding whether a heat pump is right for your home.

Stay Comfortable in a Mild Climate

If you’ve lived in Maryland for a long time, you know that winter brings cold weather, but temperatures rarely drop below zero for an extended time.

Modern heat pumps work very well, even in regions where the temperatures dip below freezing for long periods of time. A heat pump is a smart choice for heating your home. The upgrades in today’s heat pumps allow you to regulate the amount of heat produced to reduce energy waste.

Save Energy in Your Home

Heat pumps are known for their low energy consumption, and all models have two rating systems to help you figure out their energy efficiency. These values should have been a major part of your purchase decision as you want the most efficient system for your home. A seasonal energy efficiency ratio (SEER) rating above 15 and a heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) rating above 8.5 will keep your household energy consumption in check.

You’ll find several energy-efficient heat pump options through Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning. The Infinity Series Heat Pump with Greenspeed Intelligence has up to a 20.5 SEER rating and a 13 HSPF rating, and its variable-speed compressor keeps the unit running at a continuous low level for more energy savings.

Switch to Cooling When the Weather Changes

Did you know that you can also use a heat pump to cool your home? Simply switch the system to the cool setting and the heat pump will move hot air out of your home to keep you cool during the warmer months.

Whether you just want to see what a heat pump can do for your home or you’re making the change because your system needs to be replaced, our technicians are at your service. Call Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning today at 410-919-0110 for all your heating needs.

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