If you're looking for an energy-efficient alternative to heating and cooling your Bucks County or Philadelphia home, then a variable-speed heat pump may be a great option. We'll explain what a heat pump is and how heat pumps work, the difference between standard heat pumps and variable-speed heat pumps, and the benefits of variable-speed technology.
Trane's XV19 Variable-Speed Low-Profile Heat Pump is one of their most quiet and efficient products yet. It was designed to meet the low-level sound requirements some cities have established for mechanical HVAC systems and at full capacity, this system is close to the conversation levels heard in libraries. Trane’s Variable Speed Low-Profile Heat Pump is great for heating and cooling both residential and commercial spaces. The heat pump is carefully designed to fit in tighter and more limited spaces such as zero lot line homes, rowhomes, condos, or underneath decks.
When choosing the right gas furnace for your home heating needs, you'll want to consider a few different aspects. Once you've understood how a gas furnace works, you will know that one important component is the blower motor, which pushes the heated air through the vents and around your home.