Why I want a heat pump in the house

The master bedroom in our home currently has no access to any kind of heating or cooling.  That space was originally a sunlight porch, which we closed in with walls, windows, as well as insulation.  The renovation process was rather costly, in addition to the fact that we simply couldn’t afford to include any permanent type of heating or cooling equipment.  In the summer, to combat the heat, we rely on a window air conditioner alone. The portable cooling component is easy to install as well as operate. It is quite energy efficient as well as maintains a comfortable temperature; although I don’t particularly love losing the view from the window, or the look of the cooling equipment, but at least our hubby as well as I can sleep at night.  The wintertime weather is a much larger challenge. In the part of the country where we live, the outside temperature occasionally drops down to twenty below zero. Space heating systems as well as heated blankets on the bed aren’t consistently adequate to keep us warm. I’ve been doing some research into weird types of heating as well as cooling systems, which now has me hoping to install a ductless heat pump.  The installation process wouldn’t require any major remodeling or breaking down walls inside. A ductless heat pump is a mini split plan comprised of an outdoor compressor as well as an indoor air handler. It requires little more than a 3-inch hole in an exterior wall as well as access to an electrical connection. The air handler is compact, lightweight as well as mounts high up on the wall. Despite the small size, a heat pump is capable of handling any dire weather you can throw at it, as well as providing both heating as well as cooling capacity.  I’m diligently saving up our money to afford the cost of purchase as well as professional installation.

HVAC rep