The most common heating systems in Indiana
are gas and electric furnaces but there are several other ways to heat your
home. Swift Air Mechanical handles just about all types of heating systems and
with over 16 years of experience can professionally install and service the
equipment we sell. The heating systems of today are more efficient than ever
before and their high quality provides years of comfort for our customers. In
fact, the warranties on the heating equipment we install today are the best in
How a heat pump
A heat pump looks just
like an air conditioner, but it does double duty, acting as a heater in the
winter and an air conditioner in the summer. In the winter it captures the heat
that is always present in outside air - even down to zero degrees or less - and
pumps it into your home.
In the summer, because of its unique
switchover valve, a heat pump reverses the flow of refrigerant in order to pull
the heat out of your home and transfer it outdoors. It's this switchover valve
that effectively converts a heat pump from a heater to an air conditioner,
giving you the best of both worlds.
A dual fuel system combines a high efficiency heat pump with an
existing home furnace to create one system that heats, cools, and save energy
The high-efficiency cooling and heating from a heat pump and
auxiliary heat from your existing system makes the dual fuel system the best for
comfort and efficiency.
Heating and cooling system cost comparison
(2.500 Sq. Ft. Home - Indiana Weather)
The Dual Fuel heat pump system
Dual Fuel heat pump system is designed to boost your heating efficiency. When
the Heat Pump is running, your furnace doesn't have to. And since it can cost
31-52% less to move heat then to make it, you save money. The heat pump will
keep the average home comfortable until the temperature outside drops near
freezing. It's only when your home starts to lose heat faster then the heat pump
can replace it that your furnace needs to take over. This way you get top
efficiency from both units.