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Available Models

  • Dave Lennox Signature Collection
  • Elite Series
  • Merit Series
Energy StarXP25 Heat Pump

Efficiency Rating (SEER) : up to 23.5

Price Guide - $$$

Energy Star XP21 Heat Pump

Efficiency Rating (SEER): up to 19.2

Price Guide - $$$

Energy Star SL18XP1 Heat Pump

Efficiency Rating (SEER): up to 18.5

Price Guide - $$$

Since heat pumps only move heat, they operate at a much cheaper cost than furnaces or boilers. There are three types of heat pumps: air-to-air, water source, and geothermal. They can either collect heat from the air, water, or ground outside your home and use it to warm the rooms in your home.

The most common type of heat pump is the air-source heat pump, which transfers heat between the interior air of your house and the outside air. Modern day heat pumps have the capability to reduce your home's electricity usage by 50% compared to the electrical resistance from furnaces and baseboard heaters. High-efficiency heat pumps can also dehumidify better than most standard central air conditioners, leading to less energy usage and more cooling comfort in the hotter months. Air-source heat pump technology has developed into a sophisticated heating alternative, even for colder regions.

A heat pump is in fact a legitimate and efficient heating and cooling option for your home. When properly installed, an air-source heat pump can deliver one-and-a-half to three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it consumes. This is able to be done because of the process of moving natural heat instead of creating it.

Routine system maintenances, such as changing filters, can be handled by most consumers, while other services require professional attention. It's a good idea to brush dirt and obstructions from the coils and the drains at the start of each cooling season. Depending on the system and the consumer, this may require a preventative maintenance from a certified company such as Elmar Mechanical Services. If the system is not producing as much cold air as is normal, it could be an indication of a refrigerant undercharge or a discrepancy with the system's airflow. These problems could cost you a fortune, but can, in most cases, be avoided with a yearly check-up.'Click'here'to schedule a preventative maintenance with our company.

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