Temperatures across the globe are rising constantly. Whether you blame it on the Greenhouse Effect or the way we look after our planet, with the heat increasing and the cold becoming equally severe, homes across the world are looking for better ways to regulate temperatures and to stay comfortable, come sunshine or snow. Carrier’s ultimate HYBRID HEAT dual fuel system is one such technological contribution that can do a great deal to make your home more comfortable.
Carrier has always been a brand noted for its creation of customized home comfort systems. They have a large number of heating and cooling products that are created exclusively for homes. Speaking with one of the HVAC professionals at the organization will help you settle on the most economical solution for indoor heating and cooling.
So how does the hybrid heat dual system work? It brings with it a level of efficiency that is unparalleled. The heating source works on energy efficient levels, especially when it is dealing with moderate heating requirements. When the temperature on the outside of your home starts to drop, the system kicks in and brings in the second level of heating, ensuring that it is used only when needed. This is the kind of efficiency that makes it a worthwhile investment.
The Hybrid Heat dual fuel system from Carrier comes with an Infinity® 96 gas furnace and the Infinity® 19 heat pump. When they work together, they give you heating that spreads evenly across your home. You have the dual comfort of a heat pump as well as a furnace in place at any time. The kind of heat generated from the furnace is warmer than other conventional methods, and it is this that is transported through the piping system throughout the house. Simply placing your hand over the vents will be proof enough.
Since this hybrid system provides both hot and cold air, it is something that you can use all through the year as your comfort solution. This, in fact, is a much better option than air conditioners and heating systems since the recent increase in the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio of these appliances.
The automatic control of this hybrid system is quite dependable. You can get your installer to setup what is called a balance point that will allow your system to understand when it is supposed to work on cooling down or heating up your home. You will find that your usage of utilities will be more efficient. In fact, you have so much control over the system that you can even enter up to a week’s worth of programming.