A central system helps maintain a constant temperature in the house in summer and winter while improving energy efficiency and minimizing environmental impact. In winter, the central heater uses ventilation ducts to evenly heat each room, while in summer, with the addition of a heat pump or air conditioner, a cool breeze saves you from the heatwave. The central system offers several energy efficient options.
In the case of an existing house already equipped with a central heating device (furnace), it can be paired with a heat pump to control the ambient temperature. In summer, the heat pump takes care of the air conditioning, while in the winter, it takes care of the heating.
For colder days, the central heating appliance, whether electric, propane or natural gas or oil, takes over to heat the house. This combination, except in the case of the electric furnace, also called dual energy, allows substantial energy savings and reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.