A heat pump is a great choice for reliable, efficient heating and cooling in southern states. It is an electronic device that compresses and chills refrigerant just like an air conditioner for cooling and can also provide heat for your home during the cooler months. Heat pumps are an energy-efficient alternative to traditional HVAC heating and cooling systems and offer heating and cooling at about ¼ of the cost.
Below are a few of the models that Lucky Air, Inc., recommends for reliable, energy-efficient air conditioning and heating in Riverside, Canyon Lake, Corona, and the greater Los Angeles area. These can also be paired with a gas furnace for highly efficient hybrid heating. We are a Corona, California air conditioning contractor who has the experience and knowledge required to help you with proper HVAC sizing, efficiency ratings, matched components, indoor air quality and more. Call Lucky Air, Inc. today at 951-682-8573 for the finest in Corona air conditioning, heating, and heat pump solutions.Call Lucky Air
Efficiency – The Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio rates air conditioning and heating efficiencies. Use this rating to compare various heat pump models. The higher the rating, the higher the energy efficiency, and the lower your energy costs.
Comfort – Some heat pump systems use a combination of fan and units features, called the QuietDrive™ Comfort System to more quietly and efficiently enhance your comfort.
The XP21 Heat Pump is part of the Dave Lennox Signature collection and features up to 47% average energy savings over competitors. With SilentComfort technology your operating noise is greatly reduced and powerful energy saving technologies mean greater utility savings.
York systems provide high energy-efficiency ratings along with great features and durable construction making them a great choice for any home. A two-stage compressor makes the system incredibly efficient and quiet.
The LX series are split system heat pumps that keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The exceptionally quiet YHJF system provides an attractive appearance with a permanently closed fan motor and energy efficient technology.
*The region used to calculate household fuel and utility costs reflect a cross-section of cities in the U.S. In addition to geography, cooling costs are based on 3-ton capacity specifications, with 1,800 cooling hours per year and 11.62 cents per KWh (Source: EIA National average electric rate-Rolling 12 months ending December 2012). Your actual costs will vary depending on the weather, local fuel rates, system settings and your personal lifestyle.
**iComfort Wi-Fi® Touchscreen Thermostat must be installed with an iComfort-enabled indoor unit for maximum performance.
***Consult your tax expert before claiming energy efficiency solar tax credits
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