Many factors impact the efficiency of your heat pump. During heating season, when the weather is mild, a standard heat pump consumes less energy than other heating systems and is therefore more cost-effective to use.
A heat pump doesn’t actually produce heat. It transfers heat extracted from the outdoor air to the house. That’s what makes it more energy efficient.
But our cold winters have a significant impact on your heat pump’s efficiency.
We recommend that you read the heat pump’s instruction manual for information on how to use it.