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3 Ton Heat Pump Systems

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3 Ton Heat Pump Systems

Sizing an HVAC system is one of the most important steps that need to be taken prior to installation. In fact, you should have a rough idea of sizing even before you consider buying a new system. Heat pumps, similar to other components of an HVAC installation, will usually be measured in tons. A higher tonnage gives you extra power, which calculates to a larger square foot coverage.

It is generally recommended to get a professional to help with the sizing of your HVAC system, which will obviously also include the heat pump used in your configuration.

During the sizing process, a few things need to be kept in mind. The process starts with an accurate measurement of the area to be covered. The main area will generally be measured first. Any rooms that will be covered by the heat pump system need to be measured too. A final calculation is made to determine the environment’s square footage measurement.

Different installation options are available. A general rule is to use about one ton per 400 square foot area. This, however, is just an average and does not give you a 100% accurate view. In some cases, areas up to 2,000 square feet can be efficiently covered with a three ton heat pump system.

It is also possible to maximize efficiency by considering options like a heat pump mini split configuration. With this type of installation, each room would have its own air flow elements, while a central system still exists. Control panels are then included for each room with a mini split heat pump. This allows each room’s current hot air concentration to be controlled separately – which is ideal for areas where the temperature may not necessarily be a perfect match in all areas of a building.

When it comes to buying a three ton heat pump system, The Furnace Outlet is a preferred supplier amongst many companies and home owners. We offer complete heat pump systems that give you the quality needed for a long-term investment, while also being efficient at helping with both heating and cooling of your environment.

While browsing our large selection of heat pump systems, it is advisable to get a professional opinion. Installers understand what factors in your environment affects the distribution of air. This helps them determine whether three ton heat pump systems would be the appropriate choice, and if you could benefit from a larger or smaller option instead.

Your installer can also advise you on any additional accessories that they might need when installing the heat pump. Once you have a complete list of hardware and add-on accessories, you will have no delays during the installation process.

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