The Comfortmaker Performance Series
The Comfortmaker Performance series heat pumps are also air-source heat pumps, but they are designed for more demanding climates. These systems have SEER ratings up to 17 and HSPF ratings up to 9.5, which makes them very energy efficient. They also have a durable, weather-resistant design that can withstand harsh weather conditions.
One of the benefits of the Performance series is that it can be used with a gas furnace for backup heating. This means that if the temperature drops too low for the heat pump to work efficiently, the gas furnace can take over and provide additional heat. This is important in colder climates where the temperature can drop below freezing.
The Performance series also includes a ductless mini-split option. This is a great choice if you want to heat or cool a specific room or area of your home without having to install ductwork. Ductless mini splits are very efficient and can be controlled independently from the rest of your heating and cooling system.
The Comfortmaker Ion series heat pumps are air-source heat pumps. These systems use a refrigerant to absorb heat from the outdoor air and then transfer it inside to heat your home. The Ion series is designed to be very energy efficient, with SEER ratings up to 20 and HSPF ratings up to 12.5. This means that they use less energy than other heating and cooling systems, which can help you save money on your energy bills.
One of the benefits of the Ion series is that it can be used for both heating and cooling. This means that you don't need a separate air conditioning system - the heat pump can do both. It's also designed to be very quiet, with sound levels as low as 56 decibels. This is important if you want a heating and cooling system that won't disrupt your daily life.