The video discusses heat pumps as an environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home. The process of a heat pump is simple. The compressor and condenser push air through a coil that heats or cools the air in your home. Advances in technology allow these devices to use less power. As a result, they are easy on the environment but more affordable for you.
Your heating company may install this device in your basement, garage, attic, and other spaces in the home that do not get much direct sunlight. A heat pump is an energy-efficient device that transfers heat from one house area to another. Heat pumps serve to supplement air conditioning and domestic hot water systems. The most significant benefit of heat pumps is that they are environmentally friendly.
In a standard heating system, pipes with hot fluid transfer heat from a furnace or boiler to your home. Regular furnaces and boilers are less efficient than newer models. They consume more energy. Also, they release more greenhouse gases than more recent models. A newer, high-efficiency model will be more expensive. That said, it will pay for itself in energy savings in as little as one year.
Furthermore, heat pumps are much less likely to cause fires than their electric counterparts. Heat pumps are an ideal option for improving your home’s energy efficiency. They also help add insulation or weatherstripping and tighten leaks in pipes and HVAC systems with modern thermostats. You can also reduce your energy consumption and carbon footprint by changing how you use your home.