Heat Pump HVAC is truly the only way to size the HVAC system properly for our climate. We have proudly never installed a furnace unless it is a heat-only home. Think about this… let’s say you keep your home at 70 degrees. Our standard low temps and high temps are 40 and 100 depending on the season. That is a 30-degree difference. The way furnaces are sized to match AC is 20k BTU heat with 12k BTU cooling. The math doesn’t add up. Technology has come a long way with heat pumps and provided nearly perfect comfort. Having said that, a proper load calculation should be performed. We will discuss this in another blog regarding the HVAC 2.0 process. But fear not of heat pumps. If you have 20 mins of attention to learn from my friend Nate Adams aka “The House Whisper” from Energy Smart Ohio, he will explain everything you need to know about heat pumps in this video link. You can forward through the cold climate parts (obviously). Cut the gas and be comfortable.