Heat pumps transfer the warmth in air outdoors inside a home by using electricity. Almost all heat pumps can also be reversed to function similarly to an air conditioner by transferring indoor heat outside. More »

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Heat pumps use electricity to draw heat from the air or ground outdoors and transfer it inside. As a result, heat pumps are more efficient in temperate regions than in cooler regions. More »

A heat pump works by moving heat from the outside air via a compressor, which circulates refrigerant that absorbs heat and releases heat while traveling between indoor and outdoor units. Peter von Rittinger developed and... More »

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An Amana packaged heat pump uses electricity as the primary energy source to transfer heat between the interior and exterior portions of a home. Heat pumps are used for both heating and cooling by removing heat or cold a... More »

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Trane offers both ground- and air-based heat pumps, which extract warmth from outside and transfer it indoors using electricity. While heat pumps can work throughout most of the United States, Trane recommends their unit... More »

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A Gree heat pump works by using electricity to move heat from the outdoors into a warm house during colder seasons, while moving heat from the indoors to the outdoors during warmer months. Gree heat pumps move and circul... More »

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Two-ton heat pumps are part of a Split System home ventilation setup, wherein the heat pump is installed outside the home to both heat and cool the air being circulated into the home. It works in conjunction with an air ... More »

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