In Toronto and the GTA, winters can get quite cold. However, these bursts of arctic weather rarely last for more than a week. Rather than run your furnace or boiler non-stop for those cold spurts, why not heat the areas that need it most and let your central heating run at a lower temperature instead. For complementary heating, consider heat pumps and save on monthly energy bills.
Less Energy Used, More Money Saved With Complementary Heating From Heat Pumps
We all expect our energy bills to spike in the middle of summer and winter. That’s when the air conditioner and furnace are working extra hard to keep you comfortable in extreme temperatures. Before you except your fate though, heat pumps are a great way to give you the added boost during peak times without heating or cooling your entire home. This form of complementary heating in the winter can help warm only the most commonly used areas of your home.
Heat pumps are designed for spot heating and cooling. That means they only control the temperature in the immediate area of where they are installed. If it’s in the living room, that will be the coziest spot in the house. Adding this to your home allows you to give your central unit a break when all you need is a boost of warm air on those chilly nights. You see, furnaces and boilers are great for heating an entire home, but they maintain an overall home temperature. This leads to bigger energy bills even if some of the rooms in your home don’t really need to be toasty warm. Complementary heating from heat pumps helps with that. Just be sure to have a professional handle the installation to ensure the job is done right and the unit is installed in the optimal area of your home.
Let The Experts At Dr. Ductless Handle Your Complimentary Heating From Heat Pumps
After more than 30 years of HVAC experience in the Toronto and GTA region, we’ve truly seen it all. That means we’re confident in every single technician to assess, service, and safely make any installation in your home. Call 416-921-0000 to get started. We’d be more than happy to go over your options and walk through your home before making recommendations on where to install your complementary heating from heat pumps. Whether it’s a sunroom, cottage, new addition, or converted garage, we’re confident that heat pumps can help your home stay toasty all winter long.