The Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) rating measures the efficiency of a heating system’s seasonal performance, taking into account climate based on the region. It is similar to a centralized air conditioner’s Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) that determines how energy efficient an air conditioning is per season/region.
Heat pumps are common in warm climates, like South Florida, since they provide both heating and cooling. A heat pump’s HSPF is determined by the total heat pump useful heating output during its normal seasonal use, divided by the total electrical power input. The higher a heat pump’s HSPF, the more efficient it is. The most efficient heat pumps have an HSPF of between 8 and 10. To qualify for an ENERGY STAR label, a heat pump must have HSPFs of 7 or greater.
All Year Cooling carries a variety of heat pumps, regardless of what HSPF rating you are looking for. Our units range from a 13 SEER rating to a 20 SEER rating, with manufactures like Amana, Trane, and Goodman. We offer Monday to Sunday services. We strongly believe that the job is not done until you are satisfied.