How Heat Pumps Work
A heat pump is a system that can be reversed to either heat or cool a controlled space. They usually consist of two parts: an indoor unit called an air handler and an outdoor unit, similar to a central air conditioner, that's referred to as the heat pump. A compressor circulates refrigerant that absorbs and releases heat as it travels between the indoor and outdoor units. Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to move heat around your home. During the winter months, the heat pump will extract heat from the cool outdoors and transfer it inside to warm your home. During the summer months, it will reverse the direction and remove the heat from your home to cool it down. Because they transfer heat rather than generate it, heat pumps can be a cheaper alternative than conventional heating or cooling appliances.
There are several types of heat pumps, but the two most common are the air-to-air and the geothermal. They collect heat from either the air or the ground and they concentrate it for use inside to either heat or cool your home.
Bryant Heat Pumps
Evolution Series Heat Pumps
Bryant® Evolution® Series heat pumps offer the highest quality efficiency and performance available. From the 2014 ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient Model, the Evolution® Extreme, to the variable-speed and 1- and 2-stage units, you can count on SEER ratings of at least 19 and the option of total control with an Evolution® Connex® control.
Preferred™ Series Heat Pumps deliver all-season flexibility for total home comfort, with up to 17.5 SEER ratings. Enjoy heating and cooling energy savings year-round. Available in a 1- and 2-stage unit or compact unit, the Preferred™ Series of heat pumps can take care of your comfort needs.
Legacy Line Heat Pumps
The Legacy™ Line heat pumps are an affordable solution to your whole-home, year-round comfort needs. Operating efficiently both in summer and winter, the Legacy Line heat pump is a great option for value heating and cooling year after year.
To view the available heat pumps from Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems, visit: www.bryant.com
Heat Your Home With Royal Heating & Air
If you're looking to install a heat pump in your home, contact your Lake of the Ozarks heating and cooling company. Royal Heating & Air can help make sure your home is nice and warm all winter long. From maintenance to installations, Royal Heating & Air is here for all your Lake of the Ozarks cooling and heating needs. To learn more about our services, visit www.RoyalHeatAndAir.com or call 573-480-4313 today!