Heat pumps – in the south

I don’t know about you but for me whether is an important factor in determining where I live.

I’m not one of the lucky people who gets to live in California, but I do want to make sure my environment is semi-pleasant throughout the year.

I used to live in the far Northern and know the country, and it was pretty miserable. Six months of the year were excruciatingly hot and the other six months were ridiculously cold. This meant that you were continually running your HVAC system no matter what time of year it was or what was going on outside. It was really expensive and I don’t think that it was the best situation for my health either. That’s why I’ve been pretty happy living down in the South and enjoying some warmer weather. Yeah the summer is really humid and disgusting, but at least it doesn’t snow. Another great part about living down here is being able to use heat pumps instead of traditional forced air furnaces and air conditioning units. Not only are these systems far less expensive to operate but they’re all so much cleaner and better for your health. Because the air is consistently so hot and the ground stays much cooler, you can effectively use a geothermal heat pump to cool your entire house without using any modern energy from your utility company. Instead of creating heat or cooling power, geothermal pump simply transfer energy back and forth between the ground in your house. This leads to enormous savings each year as well as improved respiratory health and overall comfort in my case.


Air quality systems