Why You Should Heat Your Home with an Air-Source Heat Pump - Fine Homebuilding

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Why You Should Heat Your Home with an Air-Source Heat Pump

comments (0) April 10th, 2014 in Blogs

Video Length: 27:58


Rick Nortz from Mitsubishi Electric explains why modern air-source heat pumps are poised to become the fastest growing segment of the US HVAC industry.

Air-source heat pumps are a real game-changing product category. Affordable, efficient, and with combined heating and cooling, this technology pushes us towards plug-and-play, point-sourced HVAC. Rick explains what this means, what it looks and sounds like, what compromises must be considered, and what envelope measures need to be taken to maximize the potential of this relatively new technology.


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