Wall-mounted and central heat pump
A wall-mounted or central heat pump can operate all year long, providing air conditioning in the summer and auxiliary heating during the winter. Increasingly sophisticated and affordable, heat pumps are cost effective, quiet and easy to maintain.
A through-the-wall heat pump consists of two units: one on the inside of your home and one on the outside.
A central heat pump, on the other hand, consists of an outdoor unit that’s connected to ventilation ducts that run throughout your home. While it basically functions the same way as a wall unit, a central heat pump offers the added advantage of heating or cooling your home uniformly.
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Baseboard heaters and electric radiators are generally installed in each room of your home and are controlled by one or more thermostats.
A central system combines a furnace that runs on gas, oil or electricity with ventilation ducts that run through the walls and floors of your home.
A hot water system is made up of pipes that recirculate water heated by a boiler that runs on gas, oil or electricity.