Has your home been around for practically ever? Well good news, whether you’re installing a new HVAC system in a historic home or you just need to heat and cool a small space that you don’t use often, you can turn to Cougar Mechanical In Spokane. We offer a full line of high-efficiency ductless solutions that can fit your needs without compromising the integrity of the space or comfort.
Heat Your Home Efficiently
A gas furnace is king of providing toasty warm heat during a frigid Winter season! The efficiency of a gas furnace is measured with an Annual Fuel Energy Efficiency (AFUE) rating. An AFUE rating basically tells you how much energy is used for actual heating, and how much is wasted. A gas furnace with 96% AFUE converts 96% of the gas it uses to actual heat energy.
Heat Pumps In Spokane
The Most Cost Effective Way To Heat Your Home
Heat pumps are one of the most efficient ways to heat a home or building. It saves money in the long run and is a great option for to keep warm.
A heat pump is a device that uses a small amount of energy to move heat from one location to another. Heat pumps are typically used to draw heat out of the air or ground to heat a home or office building, but they can be reversed to cool a building too.
The Advanced Carrier Infinity® Series heat pump offers the highest efficiency, and our Performance™ Series and Comfort™ Series heat pumps provide economical comfort—the higher the SEER and HSPF ratings, the more efficient. Plus, add a Carrier gas furnace and enjoy additional heating in what we call “HYBRID HEAT® dual fuel system”, the most cost-savings system you can buy.
Electric Furnaces (Fan Coils)
We Only Carry The Best
Want to push your cooling unit’s efficiency to its highest level? It’s as easy as making sure you have the right fan coil to match. When you do, you could see improved HSPF from your heat pump, a jump of up to two points in the SEER rating of your air conditioner or heat pump – and an equally dramatic improvement in your utility bill.
How To Save Money With Rebates
Rebates are available from the utility companies as well as directly from the manufacturer. If you're heating with electric you need to look into the LEAP (Line Excess Allowance Program) program right now. The Line Excess Allowance Program gives you money to cover your conversion costs. Conversion rebates are available in addition, so in many cases zero out of pocket expenses is an option! This means big savings for you.
There are several other types of rebates. Click on your service provider below and see how else you could save money today! If you have questions we encourage you to give us a call.
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