The Case for Heat Pumps

Even though it’s cold outside and your unit might be iced over, your heat pump can still pull heat out of that cold air! The average furnace has 3 heat strips in it, and each heat strip pulls 20 amps. In comparison, we can keep your house warm with a heat pump while only pulling 20 amps!
Food for thought:
It would have to be -459.67 degrees for there to be absolutely zero heat in the air! So at 32 degrees, we still have 491.68 degrees of heat we can capture.
So as Darren says, "let your heat pump run, let's stay warm!"