Dual Fuel AC Systems by Goettl Air Conditioning Phoenix
For these instances, it is important to have a heating solution in place that can handle the chill of a sub–freezing night without costing the same as a dedicated cold–weather climate furnace. That’s why dual fuel AC systems in Phoenix, AZ are so valuable, providing electric heat pump technology for temperatures as low as 35 degrees F, but tapping into a gas furnace reserve if the temperature ever drops below 35 degrees.
If you are ready to have a new air conditioner installed and ensure your heating is taken care of as well, give the Phoenix air conditioning specialists at Goettl Air Conditioning Phoenix a call. We have a full line of dual fuel air conditioning systems that can keep you warm through the winter months without dipping into your pocket.
Phoenix AZ Dual Fuel AC Systems
Your dual fuel AC system will almost always work the same as a dedicated heat pump. During weather when temperatures surpass 70 degrees F, the device will remain in cooling mode and keep your home comfortable. However, when it gets cooler in December and January, your device will go into heating mode and extract heat from outdoor air. This uses electricity to produce heat that is neither too dry nor uneven as would happen with other electric heating alternatives.
What makes a dual fuel AC system the perfect solution for Phoenix homes is that it then switches into gas mode when the temperature drops below 35 degrees. This is the point at which an electric heat pump would no longer efficiently or effectively heat your home. And because this so rarely happens in Phoenix, the cost of running the gas furnace component is minimal. Call the Phoenix Dual Fuel AC technicians at Goettl Air Conditioning Phoenix today for more information.
Phoenix AZ Dual Fuel AC System Installation
A dual fuel AC system costs between $600 and $1000 more than a traditional air conditioner and furnace or a traditional heat pump. However, you will save much more than the $600–$1000 difference in just a few short years.
When deciding whether your home is best suited for a traditional heating and cooling installation or a dual fuel AC system, check your electricity and gas rates as well as last winter’s bills. In most cases, if you live in the Phoenix area, this will be the recommended option for you. Call Goettl Air Conditioning Phoenix today to learn more about dual fuel AC systems, sizing and installation guidelines and what we can do for you.