The technology in an air source heat pump is similar to what you would find in your kitchen refrigerator. Using a simple refrigeration cycle, refrigerators remove heat from your food and drinks and reject it into the kitchen. This is why the coils on the back of your refrigerator will feel warm. This process of moving heat is achieved by taking advantage of the energy stored and released when a refrigerant changes from a liquid to a gas.
Simply put, a heat pump can move heat into or out of your home. In the summer time, it acts just like a standard air conditioner and moves heat from inside your home to the outdoors. It does exactly the opposite in the winter; it captures heat from the outdoors and moves it into your home, keeping you and your family warm.
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Using efficient technology has never been so cost effective. Electricity is the most price stable form of energy available today and, with the volatile fossil fuel market, homeowners are looking to electricity to provide reliable and predictable heating and cooling costs. Efficiency is the key to saving money and the Acadia™ operates at efficiencies from 200%-400% throughout its operating range.
The Acadia™ is designed to provide year round comfort with high efficiency heating and air conditioning. Multi-stage operation means the system provides only heating and cooling that you need, keeping you comfortable and minimizing Peerless Series MIH Boilerwasteful operation.
Made from time tested and industry standard components, the Acadia™ will provide you with years of service. From the durable outdoor cabinet to the simple programmable thermostat, you won’t have to worry about maintaining peak efficiency and comfort for the many heating and cooling seasons to come.
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