Heat your whole home efficiently.
Yes, there are lots of new ways to heat and cool your home, but ducted heat pumps are still a great way to go—they’re powerful, often with better air circulation than other options, efficient, and convenient, since most homes already have duct systems in place.
Contractors or installers can extend a duct system throughout your home so you just need one unit to heat the entire building for most homes’ square footage.
Some folks like the fact that you can control ductless mini splits from room to room, but they don’t like the look of the air handlers on the wall. Ductwork is hidden from view so you don’t have to design around it.
Most homes already have ducts, so it’s often easier to hook up a new heat pump to them as opposed to building an entirely new system.
Air-source heat pumps have the capacity to send up to three times more heat energy throughout your home than the amount of electrical energy it takes to run them.