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By replacing your old HVAC system your utility bill will be significantly lower.
Air conditioners distribute cool air throughout your home using a circuit or series of connected ducts. A refrigerant circulates between the condensing and evaporator coils, and the air is cooled as it passes through the evaporator coil. A blower assembly — fan and motor — provides the necessary circulation to distribute the conditioned air. Central air conditioner installation is most common in warmer climate regions.
A heat pump is a variation of a central air conditioner. Heat pumps are capable of delivering both heated and cool air. They work by transferring the inside heat outside during the summer months to cool the home and extract heat from outside air or ground inside during the winter months. Heat pump systems are one of the most energy-efficient systems available today. Although a system with a heat pump will cost you more upfront, the energy savings realized over the first few years of its operation usually pay for the additional costs.