Environmentally Conscious? Install an Eco-Friendly HVAC System
Providing Green HVAC Systems in the Livonia Area
Homeowners and the entire HVAC industry have been moving more and more toward eco-friendly heating and cooling solutions in recent years. It’s the responsible thing to do and also happens to go hand-in-hand with the kinds of things we want for our homes.
Eco-friendly HVAC systems tend to be more efficient, less costly to operate, and of a higher overall quality than their outdated counterparts.
Want to learn more about the top green HVAC solutions on the market today? Call or contact us online to learn more about our eco-friendly cooling systems.
What Is a Green HVAC System?
Nearly all eco-friendly systems also boast higher energy efficiency ratings. This is because, at the core of “going green,” you’ll find that using fewer potentially harmful fuels and energy sources is considered the most effective key to the whole thing.
Less oil used, less gas, less electricity — they all translate to less impact on the environment. And happily enough, they all also translate to paying less for the same or more comfort than you were getting before.
Heat Pump Systems Are the Core of Green HVAC Solutions
There are quite a few good heat pump options available today. Looking into solar hybrid systems is quite interesting, as is finding out more about high-efficiency standard systems. But at the moment, nothing does as well as a heat pump system.
Heat pumps aren’t exactly new technology — they’ve been around for a while. But they’re making a massive resurgence in the new wave of green HVAC.
This is because they’re quite affordable and new, modernized technology has made them even more efficient, powerful, and reliable. That makes them the darling of green HVAC. The fact that they operate in all seasons (offering both cooling and heating) makes them an even better all-around solution.
Choosing the Right Eco-Friendly System for Your Home
Air-Source, Ductless & Geothermal Heat Pumps
There are also a few different types of heat pumps — air-source, ductless, and geothermal — each offering unique advantages.
This is great because it means there’s a heat pump option for any home type or style, and you can tailor your HVAC system to your unique preferences and needs:
- Air-source heat pumps: Affordable and easy to operate, these systems offer efficiency ratings far higher than even high-efficiency central and furnace systems. They make a great and exceptionally viable choice for nearly all Michigan homes.
- Ductless heat pumps: Ductless systems pack even higher efficiency ratings by ensuring no cycled air is lost via ducts. They’re also exceptionally adaptable and can be paired with other cooling systems or used as a stand-alone.
- Geothermal heat pumps: Geothermal heating systems are the absolute, undisputed king of environmentally friendly HVAC options. Efficiency ratings that dwarf other home comfort options combined with exceptional longevity offset the higher price tag, making them far more palatable for modern homeowners looking for a green HVAC option.
Not sure if you should install an air-source, ductless, or geothermal heat pump in your Livonia-area home? Our certified technicians can help you determine the ideal choice for your needs. Call or contact Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning online today.
Eco-Friendly Cooling & HVAC Solutions in Livonia, MI
Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning has provided homeowners with quality cooling and heating systems since 1961. You can count on us to provide a system that perfectly suits your needs — and to do the job right the first time. Our HVAC technicians are NATE-certified, so you can be sure you’re getting the highest quality service.
NATE certification signifies that a technician’s knowledge and skills have been evaluated and verified by an independent authority in the industry. Ehlers Heating & Air Conditioning is also proud to be a Carrier-authorized dealer.
By choosing us, you can be sure we’ll install high-quality, energy-efficient, eco-friendly HVAC systems you can depend on.
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