Con­necti­cut Util­ity Com­pa­nies Are Rav­ing About Duct­less Heat Pump Sys­tems

Not Only Do They Rec­om­mend Them, They Of­fer BIG $ In­cen­tives To Home­own­ers!

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What Is A Duct­less Heat Pump?

A Duct­less Heat Pump is a whis­per quiet, high ef­fi­ciency heat­ing & cool­ing sys­tem for one room or your whole house. A typ­i­cal Duct­less Heat Pump sys­tem con­sists of an out­door unit and one or more in­door units, mounted high on the wall. We can con­nect up to eight in­door units to one out­door unit. They are con­nected by cop­per re­frig­er­ant lines. Each in­door unit is con­trolled by its own re­mote ther­mo­stat, al­low­ing you to con­trol the tem­per­a­ture for each room, in­de­pen­dently.

What Is The Most Ef­fi­cient Way To Heat Your Home?

To­day’s tech­nol­ogy of­fers highly ef­fi­cient op­tions to heat your home. Long ago the cave­man used fire­wood to heat their caves be­cause the di­nosaurs hadn’t died yet, there­fore fos­sil fuel was non ex­is­tent. Many cave­men prob­a­bly died from car­bon monox­ide poi­son­ing, but they saved a lot of money on their heat­ing bills (and in­sur­ance).

But se­ri­ously, we have come a long way. I have in­stalled thou­sands of high ef­fi­ciency heat­ing sys­tems for Con­necti­cut home­own­ers. A Duct­less Hy­per Heat sys­tem is a high ef­fi­cient Heat Pump, which also pro­vides the high­est ef­fi­ciency Air Con­di­tion­ing for your home, all com­bined into one sys­tem. Now there will be no need for us­ing those noisy, ugly win­dow air con­di­tion­ers any­more!

5 Key Fac­tors Ac­count for the High Ef­fi­ciency of a Duct­less Heat Pump Sys­tem:

1. A Duct­less Heat Pump uses 60% less elec­tric­ity than a home heated with straight electric heat and is even more ef­fi­cient than most oil, gas or propane heat­ing sys­tems (up to 30% more ef­fi­cient) 2. Duct­less sys­tems al­low the user to con­trol each room’s tem­per­a­ture in­de­pen­dently, elim­i­nat­ing the costly over­heat­ing and cool­ing, com­mon to cen­tral air sys­tems. Why pay to heat or cool rooms that are not cur­rently oc­cu­pied? 3. While cen­tral air sys­tems lose as much as 30% ef­fi­ciency through air leaks in the duct­work; duct­less sys­tems dis­trib­ute air di­rectly to each zone, re­sult­ing in greater ef­fi­ciency. 4. A duct­less heat pump uses very lit­tle elec­tric­ity to power a small com­pres­sor. Th­ese com­pres­sors only use as lit­tle en­ergy as needed, even at ex­treme cold or hot out­door tem­per­a­tures. Hun­dreds of our cus­tomers call us to say how much money they saved by us­ing their duct­less heat pumps, com­pared to their old heat­ing and/or cool­ing sys­tem. A duct­less heat pump runs like a car on cruise con­trol. It lets off on the en­ergy us­age when get­ting closer to the de­sired tem­per­a­ture and it ramps up when it needs to, al­ways mon­i­tor­ing the in­door and out­door tem­per­a­tures, so that it uses as lit­tle en­ergy as pos­si­ble. Duct­less Heat Pumps call their cruise con­trol “In­verter Tech­nol­ogy” which re­sults in sub­stan­tial en­ergy and util­ity sav­ings! 5. Mit­subishi duct­less sys­tems have ul­tra-high Sea­sonal En­ergy Ef­fi­ciency Ra­tios (SEER) be­tween 16 and 30.5, and Heat­ing Sea­sonal Per­for­mance Fac­tors (HSPF) be­tween 8.5 and 13.5. The higher the num­ber, the higher the ef­fi­ciency.

3 Rea­sons Why You May Be CRAZY If You Heat Your Home with Tra­di­tional Electric Heat in CT!

1. You own your whole home and you are prob­a­bly con­fined to a few rooms. You don’t want to turn on all of the electric heaters be­cause it will cost a for­tune. That is no way to live. 2. Con­necti­cut’s elec­tric­ity rates are one of the high­est in the

con­ti­nen­tal United States. 3. You are pay­ing more than any­one else to heat your home.

A Duct­less Heat Pump will pro­vide eco­nomic re­lief for home­own­ers that heat with elec­tric­ity. A pi­lot pro­gram from the Con­necti­cut Util­ity Com­pa­nies was con­ducted to test the fea­si­bil­ity of us­ing Duct­less Heat Pumps in com­par­i­son to a home where electric heat was the pri­mary heat­ing source. The eval­u­a­tion es­ti­mated a sig­nif­i­cant sav­ings (be­tween 30% and 60%) as well as re­duc­ing the sum­mer air con­di­tion­ing elec­tri­cal con­sump­tion. Ad­di­tion­ally, the ma­jor­ity of Duct­less Heat Pump users are very sat­is­fied with the qual­ity of the heat­ing and cool­ing.

A Great Al­ter­na­tive or Ad­di­tion for Your Com­plete Home Com­fort.

Heat pumps, with the re­cent tech­nol­ogy ad­vance­ment, are much more ef­fi­cient to­day, so their to­tal en­ergy costs are lower than oil, propane and nat­u­ral gas. In the past, Heat Pumps had a bad rap in colder cli­mates, like Con­necti­cut, but the newer tech­nol­ogy al­lows the heat pump to heat your home more ef­fi­ciently than any other con­ven­tional fur­nace or boiler, even in colder cli­mates. You also never have to worry about a dirty chim­ney, smell of oil or gas leaks. Tra­di­tional oil and gas heat­ing can be an ex­pen­sive way to heat your home, so you should con­sider adding a duct­less heat pump to dra­mat­i­cally off­set the cost… Ev­ery­one else is. If you heat with oil, LP or gas, you are prob­a­bly spend­ing be­tween $1000 and $2000 an­nu­ally on heat­ing oil, and pos­si­bly more based on fluc­tu­at­ing fuel prices.

To up­grade your old heat­ing sys­tem, four op­tions gen­er­ally in­clude:

a) Keep main­tain­ing the old fur­nace. b) Re­place it with a new higher ef­fi­cient oil fur­nace. c) Switch to Nat­u­ral Gas. d) Switch over to Propane and have big propane tanks out­side

your home. e) In­stall an in­verter driven heat pump, which is the eas­i­est and most eco­nom­i­cal choice.

Why Do Con­necti­cut Home­own­ers Choose Air, Inc. Heat­ing & Air Con­di­tion­ing?

Find­ing a re­spon­si­ble and trust­wor­thy HVAC con­trac­tor is chal­leng­ing, but you’ll find that Air, Inc. em­ploy­ees ad­here to sim­ple guide­lines of re­spect, in­tegrity, and re­spon­si­bil­ity. Show­ing up on time for ap­point­ments, per­form­ing the work that we prom­ise to do, and stand­ing be­hind our com­pany war­ranty helps our cus­tomers trust that we will be there when you need us. Cus­tomers should ex­pect this. Pro­fes­sional con­trac­tors need to earn the right to your busi­ness.

Wayne Kras­now Your HVAC Ex­pert

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