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With heating and cooling accounting for some of the largest energy expenses for homeowners, it makes sense to install one high-efficiency appliance to keep costs as low as possible.
In addition to your furnace, an air-source heat pump (ASHP) uses electricity to heat and cool. It works like an air conditioner (A/C) to cool, and works in reverse to move warmth from outside air into your home to heat.
Cold climate air-source heat pumps (ccASHPs) are a newer technology than a traditional air source heat pump, and are designed to operate down to 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Learn more.
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