If you need a new heating system for your home, there are many energy efficient units you can choose from. You might choose a new heat pump if you’re looking to replace both your air conditioner and heater. A dual fuel system combines the efficiency of a heat pump with the reliability of a furnace. And today’s furnaces are more efficient than ever.
By far, one of the best ways to save money and protect some of the earth’s most valuable resources is if you decide to switch to solar heating. Many homeowners are not sure whether solar energy is a possibility for their homes. If you’re not ready to go 100% solar, why not test it out by first installing solar for a single portion of your home?
Your home heating and air conditioning system occupies a good percentage of your monthly bills. Solar heating and cooling systems may cut your bills dramatically. And, solar energy is long-lasting and require few repairs. Installing a new solar heating and cooling system is a wise decision for any homeowner, but will it fit into your home?
Solar heating is a possibility in nearly any home, especially when you choose the Lennox SunSource home energy unit. Installation works in much the same way that a standard HVAC installation does. You must have the technician install both an inside and outside unit. Your new heat pump works like a standard air conditioning unit, moving heat from inside of your home to the outside. In the winter, the heat pump runs in reverse, pumping heat from the outside air back into your home.
The technician must also install solar panels outside, usually on the rooftop. These will absorb solar energy and convert it into electricity to power your HVAC unit. Sometimes, these panels will absorb enough energy to power other parts of your home as well. And you can always upgrade to more panels if you want to cut your bills even more. With a Lennox SunSource system, you can even monitor your home energy use from the internet.
As long as you have space for an indoor and outdoor unit, a set of ducts, and room on the rooftop, solar is most likely a possibility. Call Cool Air Mechanical today to upgrade your home and find out about your other options for heating installation in Kennesaw.