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Air Source Heat Pump

Heat pumps come in many different styles. There are air-to-air or ground-water systems. The heat pump can be run as a stand-alone system or coupled with a fossil fuel system for dual fuel. Typically heat pumps run more efficiently than other types of heat.
The air source heat pump is designed to keep your house cool in the summer and provide supplemental heat for your furnace during the winter.

During cold weather it extracts heat from the outside air and moves it indoors to keep you warm. (Blue = Cold air - Orange = Warm air)

During cold weather it extracts heat from the outside air and moves it indoors to keep you warm.
(Blue = Cold air - Orange = Warm air)


During warm weather it moves heat from within the building to the outside air to keep you cool. (Blue = Cold air - Orange = Warm air)

During warm weather it moves heat from within the building to the outside air to keep you cool.
(Blue = Cold air - Orange = Warm air)


An air source heat pump can be installed to work in conjunction with your existing forced air furnace. At temperatures down to 25F, it's more than twice as efficient as the highest-efficiency gas or oil furnace. Below 25F, the pump allows your existing furnace to take over.
Call Chippewa Valley Electric to have your questions on air source heat pumps answered, (715-239-6800 / 800-300-6800.)

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Chippewa Valley Electric Cooperative | 317 S. 8th St. | P.O. Box 575 | Cornell, WI 54732
Phone (715) 239-6800 | (800) 300-6800 | Fax (715) 239-4290
Office Hours: Monday through Friday (7:30 AM - 4:00 PM)
CONTACT us at cvec@cve.coop / For Billing information CONTACT us at billing@cve.coop
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