Should you use natural gas heating rather than a heat pump in your home? Some say the interest in heat pumps is fueled by irrational exuberance. Others say that because they require supplemental heat, heat pump performance is not acceptable. So how's a person to decide? Some of the folks who say these things are smart, established, and well respected in the HVAC and energy efficiency communities. The first answer to the lead question in this article is yes, it may be better for you to use natural gas heating in your home.
Stupid Simple Central Air Conditioner Buying Guide for Florida Homes – Advanced Air
I'm looking at a sqft house in San Antonio where it's hot and humid but also gets some cold weather lows average low 40s for 3 months, gets into 30s regularly. Outside is an AC compressor. In the attic is a air handler for the AC plus electric strip heat there are two 5-kilowatt strips. The attic unit is designed to handle a heat pump. The outside unit is AC only, though. There is no heat pump.
3 Reasons Why a Heat Pump is the Best Heating System for Your Florida Home
Remember Me? Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 13 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Should I go with a Heat pump or Heat strip for the heating side - I'm worried a bit about electric rates down the road as natural Gas rises and electricity goes up in cost. Looking for guidance in replacing this system.