One solution - reliable comfort throughout the seasons.Heat pumps offer two distinct advantages. Firstly, the units operate as air conditioners throughout the warm seasons. Then, when temperatures drop, you simply flip a switch and the unit will keep indoor climates comfortable. Secondly, heat pumps are all electric, so they require less energy to run, in turn reducing utility bills. Talk to your contractor to determine the best combination of Durastar’s products that will work together to create a reliable and energy-saving system.Explore tax credit and rebates
Durastar offers high-quality heat pump condensers that are built to withstand outdoor environments for years to come. With high-efficiency ratings, multi-zone compatibility, and more, you get the heating and cooling equipment you need from a brand you can trust.
Frequently Asked questions
What’s more important, HSPF or SEER?
If you live in an area where winters are mild, then pay extra attention to the SEER rating. Conversely, if you live in the north where winters are more extreme, then the HSPF value is more important.
What are the main differences between a heat pump and a mini-split heat pump (otherwise known as a ductless heat pump)?
Generally, heat pumps are integrated into your home’s central heating and cooling system. That means the heat it provides travels through ducts into various rooms throughout your home. Alternatively, mini-split heat pumps, or ductless heat pumps, distribute heat directly into the room where they are installed.
What is HSPF2?
HSPF2 stands for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor 2. HSPF2 is a standardized rating used by all heat pump manufacturers to compare energy efficiencies between heat pumps. The higher the HSPF2, the more efficient the system operates during cold seasons.