Heat Pump Ratings
When it comes to heat pumps and HVAC in general, finding independent, reliable information and ratings is hard to come by. Couple this with the fact that it is in the best interest of the local HVAC companies to keep the industry shrouded in secrecy and you have a recipe for having a difficult time researching your upcoming heat pump purchase. This site will fill that space you are seeking and give you a one stop shop for finding reviews and ratings of specific heat pump units by all the major brand manufacturers.
This site will focus solely on heat pumps. While many others try to cover the entire HVAC segment, we hone in 100% on heat pumps. This allows us to delve into greater detail than others. Couple that with our expert experience and you have a winning combination for you the consumer. By gathering industry relevant information and using it to judge one unit against another we are able to bring you a independent view of each unit. We aim to gain your trust with thorough articles and trustworthy information.
What Impacts Our Heat Pump Ratings?
So what are the true factors that influence heat pumps and distinguish them from one another? We break the experience into 3 main categories:
When it comes to the modern heat pump, efficiency is generally look at in terms of SEER rating. You will find that today’s heat pumps have SEER’s ranging from 13 to more than 20. With 13 being the minimum by federal standards, this will receive our lowest rating. As you move up the efficiency scale you will see higher ratings.
Heat Pump Feature Rating
When we review these heat pumps we keep an eye on specific features and compare and contrast them against other heat pumps in the HVAC industry. From there we ferret out those that truly have special features and those that are simply run of the mill.
Heat Pump User Rating
With our user rating we are trying to project what sort of user experience the heat pump will give down the line. We derive this from past history of consumer insight and how people have responded to similar heat pump units.
Once we have all of these factors rated, we average them and get an overall rating for each heat pump. You can use either the overall rating to make your decision or weight them differently based on your specific situation.
Please check the sidebar to see our most recent heat pump rating articles. If there is a model that you would like us to rate please feel free to drop us a line and we will add it to the site!