Heat Pumps

Air Source Heat Pumps

This most common type of heat pump works solely by exchanging hot air for cool air—heating your home in the winter, and cooling it in the summer. There are two basic types: packaged, and split-system. The layout of your home will usually determine which one you choose.

Dual-Fuel Heat Pumps

A dual-fuel heat pump is an electric heat pump and a gas furnace all in one, offering you maximum efficiency during typical Southeastern winter weather, and a boost of gas heat when the temperature falls below freezing.

Geothermal Heat Pumps

Looking for the most energy efficient heat pump system of all? It’s a geothermal heat pump, which uses the constant temperature of the earth to warm and cool your home regardless of the highs and lows of outdoor air.

Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are ideal in southern climates: In the winter, they draw warmth from the air to keep you warm; in the summer, they remove heat from the air to keep you cool. And they do it all in the most energy efficient way possible.