When you live in Alexandria, Virginia, you can look forward to hot, humid summers, but winters often bring unpredictable weather. That can make choosing the right HVAC components challenging, especially if you’re on a tight budget. Learn how a hybrid heat system offers optimal heating and cooling technology while helping you to manage your utility costs.
Get the Best of Both Worlds in Winter
If you can’t decide between a heat pump and a furnace, you’ll get both with a hybrid heat system. When the winter weather is relatively mild, an energy-efficient heat pump will keep your home nice and warm. When the outdoor temperatures drop significantly, the furnace will kick into gear without missing a beat.
At Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we recommend a high-quality option like the Performance 15 Packaged Hybrid Heat System. It automatically switches between the electric heat pump and gas furnace as necessary to keep you comfortable while optimizing energy consumption.
Stay Cool in Summer
One of the coolest features of hybrid heat systems is that their work isn’t over when the temperature rises. In fact, they’ll keep your family cool throughout the summer, no matter how hot the weather gets. That’s because heat pumps can also effectively cool your home — even when a heat wave hits. Choose one of our Energy Star-certified systems. With performance ratings up to 16 SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio), you’ll be saving energy while you stay nice and cool.
Manage Indoor Air Quality
Great indoor air quality is important all year long, but it can be difficult to achieve the desired level of cooling during Alexandria’s hot summers. With a hybrid heat system, however, you’ll benefit from enhanced dehumidification technology. This cutting-edge technology will improve air quality and make your home feel cooler without wasting energy.
Isn’t it time you took your home’s HVAC system to the next level with a hybrid heat system? Call Brennan’s Heating & Air Conditioning today at 703-783-0145 to find the ideal heating system for your home.
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