Buying Guide for Purchasing Heat Pump Systems

Brothers Mini Split Heat Pumps advises buyers of heating and cooling systems in St. John’s to read the buying guide provided below. You can choose from a range of styles and sizes of heat pump systems to suit your aesthetic and practical needs. But before you buy, you should consider the following:

Rating

It is always advisable to buy heating systems which have high energy ratings. It is important to look for the HSPF rating and the operating temperature of the appliances. The high ratings ensure that your appliance is durable and efficient in the long run.

Operating temperature

Most systems generally operate up to -15 degree Celsius. We have LG systems that can function efficiently up to -25 degree Celsius. Even if there is a sudden drop in the outside temperature, you can be worry-free, as your heat pump will continue working without any issues.

Air circulation

The time taken for a heat pump system to heat or cool a designated area depends on the air circulation of the system. A higher air circulation rating means less time required for heating or cooling. For instance, a 12000 BTU heat pump can normally cover an area of 700-800 square feet. Whereas, a higher circulation rating, such as 500 cubic feet per minute, can cover a space equal to or smaller than 1000 square feet.

Noise level

If your heating system is very noisy, then your comfort may be compromised and you may not be able to use it frequently. But most people don’t consider this factor and rather stress on the energy-efficiency while purchasing a heat pump system.

Financing Options

We offer financing for the purchase of your heat pump system

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