A ducted heat pump can provide whole-house heating and cooling when it is fully-ducted throughout the home. These systems are ideal for new home construction, or added to existing forced-air systems. Adding a heat pump to a forced-air furnace will optimize the efficiency of the heating system.
We offer a number of different brands and models to choose from. This gives our customers the best choices in efficiency and aesthetics.
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How do ducted heat pumps work?
During the warmer months, heat pumps work in reverse to keep your home cool and comfortable by moving heat and humidity from inside your home, outside. The heat pump unit acts as a fully equipped air conditioner. They’re reliable, efficient, and offer the best of both worlds with heating and cooling benefits all in one system.
Air-source heat pumps transfer heat energy from the air outside your home to the air inside. They’re very efficient, and work all winter, down to as low as -30, when your alternate heat source takes over. There’s more than enough warmth in the air on a typical Nova Scotia winter day for a heat pump to heat the average home. Air at -18 degrees still contains about 85% of the heat energy it contains at +21 degrees.