Wilson Brothers Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc

Case Study – Heat Pump

Our New England temperature fluctuations

Here in New England, the temperature can be 36 degrees overnight and then rise to the upper 70s or low 80s the next day! How do we avoid using precious oil or gas to heat the home during these fluctuations? Our customers didn’t want to switch to heat when they would only have to turn the air conditioner on later in the day.

Wilson Brothers recommended and installed an Evolution series Heat Pump by Bryant. Don’t let the name fool you – this is an air cooling system, but it also produces heat! It is a hybrid system that is very popular and highly efficient.

Added to the existing forced hot air system, the heat pump provides a steady, even comfort zone with its two-stage compressor system. It cools in the summer while removing excess humidity in the indoor air. And when the temperature dips, it warms the home with quiet reliable electrical operation, saving oil or gas. In addition, the system was eligible for a tax credit of 30% of the installed cost (up to $1,500) and a $600 rebate from their Electric Company.

Contact us for a heat pump estimate!

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