Pay Less for an Efficient System
These hybrid systems condense heat that is already present in the air and pumps it into homes where they are installed and when the temperatures fall below freezing point, the backup gas furnace or electric heater starts up and provides the necessary heat.
Your home uses the minimum energy requirements as the primary source of heat for hybrid systems is the heat pump. Your furnace or electric heater only turns on when temperatures are too low.
What To Look For In
Hybrid Heat Systems
When it comes to choosing a home furnace, we offer different options so you can decide what’s right for your comfort and your budget. A single-stage furnace with airflow on or off, provides the most basic level of comfort. A two-stage model offers you more control, with high- and low-stage heating options, and can provide more consistent comfort. Our modulating furnaces give you the most precise temperature control and best comfort features.
Steady humidity levels in your home can dramatically improve your comfort. Pairing an Infinity furnace with a variable-speed air conditioner can provide our best humidity control during the summer and warm comfort during the winter.
Home furnaces are rated by their annual fuel utilization efficiency (AFUE). The AFUE rating of a furnace is much like miles per gallon (MPG) for a car: the higher the AFUE rating, the more energy-efficient the system.
Furnaces with modulating and two-stage heating provide ultra-quiet operation compared to models with single-stage heating. In addition, models with fully insulated cabinets can further reduce noise levels. If your home furnace unit is located in a closet or near an occupied living space, sound performance might be an important feature to consider.
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And if your hybrid heat system needs repairs or if you want to schedule maintenance, you needn’t look any further than our team.