When considering a new heat pump for your home or business, there are many options to choose from. Make an informed decision by learning more about the energy efficiency ratings and what that means for your home.

The two most important metrics are the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) and the Heating Seasonal PErformance Factor (HSPF).

Why SEER Matters

The SEER rating is your key indicator of a heat pump’s cooling efficiency. It measures how much cooling a system achieves per unit of energy it consumes during the summer months. A higher SEER rating means the system operates more efficiently in its air conditioning mode, using less energy to deliver the cooling you want for your home.

Opt for Efficiency

With unpredictable summer temperatures in Newfoundland, investing in a heat pump with a high SEER rating ensures you remain cool without incurring high electricity bills. Most heat pumps today have SEER ratings ranging from 12 to over 20.

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Why HSPF is Important

While SEER measures cooling efficiency, HSPF is all about the heating performance of your heat pump. A higher HSPF rating means the unit is more efficient in converting electricity into usable heat during colder Newfoundland months.

Stay Warm for Less

For chilly Canadian climates, an efficient heating system is non-negotiable. Choosing a heat pump with a high HSPF rating can significantly reduce your winter heating costs while keeping your home or office comfortably warm. Our selection includes models with high ratings to suit your home or business needs.

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Make an Informed Choice

Selecting the right heat pump goes beyond just SEER and HSPF ratings. The size, type, and proper installation play crucial roles in ensuring optimal performance. A high-efficiency unit can offer you more than just reduced utility bills – they’re a step forward towards a lower carbon footprint.

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Are you ready to improve your home or businesses comfort and cut down on those energy costs? Call us to discuss your options with our expert team.

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