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RPR Provides the Best of Both Worlds With Dual-Fuel Systems

Dual-fuel systems are an innovative technology with unparalleled benefits, as they seamlessly combine the efficiency of an electric heat pump with the reliability of a gas furnace. This dynamic approach ensures that your home remains efficiently heated while minimizing energy consumption. Dual-fuel systems not only excel in heating during the colder months but also provide efficient cooling during the summer, offering a comprehensive solution for all seasons.

Best Upgrade For: Older, inefficient gas furnaces with ineffective, or no, current air conditioning source. Must have capability to have ductwork throughout home.


Elevating your Comfort with Dual-Fuel Technology

With intelligent control that selects the most efficient heating source, you can adapt to energy price fluctuations and lower your heating bills.

Expert Sizing and Installation:

Our experienced team specializes in precise sizing and installation of dual-fuel systems, ensuring optimal performance and efficiency.

Intelligent Comfort Management:

Experience intelligent comfort management with dual-fuel technology. The system intuitively selects the most efficient heating source, maintaining ideal temperatures throughout your home.

Maintenance Plans:

Ensure long-term performance and reliability with RPR’s comprehensive maintenance plans for dual-fuel systems. Scheduled inspections and tune-ups optimize system efficiency and extend equipment lifespan.

Efficiency Ratings:

Ensure optimal efficiency by reviewing the efficiency components of dual-fuel systems:

– AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency): AFUE measures the efficiency of combustion heating systems such as furnaces and boilers. It represents the percentage of fuel converted into usable heat. High AFUE ratings indicate greater efficiency, with modern systems often achieving AFUE ratings of 90% or higher.
– HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor): HSPF is used to measure the efficiency of air-source heat pumps during the heating season. It calculates the total heating output of a heat pump in BTUs during the heating season, divided by the total electricity consumed in watt-hours during the same period. Higher HSPF ratings indicate more efficient heat pump operation.
– SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio): SEER measures the efficiency of air-conditioning systems and heat pumps during cooling season. It calculates the total cooling output of a system in BTUs during the cooling season, divided by the total electricity consumed in watt-hours during the same period. Higher SEER ratings indicate more efficient cooling operation.
– COP (Coefficient of Performance): COP is another measure of heat pump efficiency, specifically in heating mode. It compares the amount of heat produced to the amount of electricity used to produce it. A higher COP indicates more efficient heating operation.
– Energy Star Certification: Many dual-fuel systems may carry Energy Star certification, indicating that they meet or exceed energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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