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Does the Term HSPF Have You Confused

The terms you encounter when shopping for a new heat pump can be confusing. Like HSPF, or Heating System Performance Factor. This is the measurement used to gauge the efficiency of the heating mode of heat pumps. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency and cost-savings. Today's models are required to have a 6.8 HSPF. As Westinghouse heating and air experts, we can help you choose the right system to optimize your home comfort and energy savings. Call us for more information today.

If Your House is Cold, it May Be Your Windows

If your home isn’t as comfortable as it should be this winter, your windows could be the problem. For little investment, reflective window film can be placed directly on the inside of windowpanes and even glass doors. The film reflects inside heat back into your home, reducing the amount that is lost to the outside. It costs about $10 a window and is easy to install yourself. Combine this idea with other tips and energy efficient heater equipment from us, the Westinghouse HVAC experts, to reduce annual energy costs. Call for more information today.

Where a Heat Pump Is a Good Idea

Will a heat pump save you money? If you live where temperatures typically stay above freezing and electric rates are low, the answer is most likely yes. Heat pumps draw heat from outdoor air in winter and release it inside. In summer, the process is reversed. The cost of buying and installing a heat pump divided by the total hours used each year is often less than that of buying and installing individual heating and air systems. As Westinghouse HVAC experts, we can recommend a heat pump or other equipment that can cut your energy bills while keeping your home more comfortable. Call us for a consultation today.

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