As with all heat pumps, the amount of energy geothermal heat pumps use varies dramatically based on the ground temperature, its conductivity and how much heating or cooling is needed. However, they typically use far less... More »

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As of September 2015, Furnace Compare has consumer reviews of over 3,400 heat pumps produced by over 70 brands. The website also offers a list of best heat pumps of 2014 and customer reviews of those heat pumps, their av... More »

Reviews of Samsung heat pumps are available on Furnace Compare. Based on customer reviews, the site ranks Samsung as 29th out of 69 heat pump brands as of 2015. The brand has a 33 percent rating from six customer reviews... More »

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In areas where the need for heating and cooling is moderate, heat pumps help to save money on energy bills -- as much as 40 percent over an electric furnace, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Heat pumps also of... More »

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In the right areas, heat pumps offer homeowners efficient heating and cooling. While they might cost more that other heating solutions up front, those in temperate or warm areas can pay less for their heating. More »

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Geothermal heating works by using a heat pump to pull heat from the ground via a connection to a ground loop, which is a group of underground pipes. This naturally renewable heat source uses the temperature of the Earth'... More »

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Most dual-fuel heat pumps have a heat pump for heating and cooling a structure in temperate weather and gas or oil furnace components for especially cold times. Systems can typically be set to switch automatically when t... More »

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