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Hybrid Heat helps you to keep your utility bills steady with the installation of a gas furnace and an electric heat pump. You can heat your home the most economical way. If the gas is cheaper, your furnace will heat your home and if your electricity is cheaper, the heat pump will be your choice! Save money and choose Hybrid Heat today!
Do you have a question regarding your heating or cooling unit? See some of the common questions below or give our knowledgeable team a call. We're available 24/7 for your convenience!
Disposable filters should be replaced every 60 days; 30 days if you live in a dusty environment or have a pet.
Pleated disposable filters should be replaced every 30 days regardless of the manufacturer's instructions.
Washable filters should be cleaned every 30 to 60 days or replaced if sagging or torn.
Metal supported foam filters should be cleaned every 30 to 60 days or replaced if torn.
Thick plastic mesh filters should be replaced by a less restrictive filter for maximum airflow.
Bryant or Carrier EX Flex high efficiency filters should be replaced every six months.
Spaceguard / Aprilaire filters should be replaced annually, with a six month checkup.
Electronic air cleaners should be washed in the dishwasher monthly or when you start to notice more allergens in the air.
Bryant Perfect Air Purifiers should be replaced every six months.
No! Hybrid Heat actually saves you a great deal of money in the long run. The units are a little more expensive than regular air conditioners, but the monthly payments are significantly less, so you start saving money in a short amount of time! If you plan on moving in less than six months, then Hybrid Heat is probably not the best option, but if you are staying in your home for longer, then Hybrid Heat is the way to go!
Give us a call today to learn more about our heating and cooling services!
The average thermostat for heating is 70 degrees Fahrenheit. By raising the temperature by just four degrees, your energy bill can raise up to 22%! Summertime usually has an average thermostat temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. By lowering the temperature by just four degrees during the Summer you could raise your bill up to 39% and it only gets more expensive from there! The important thing to do is to keep a constant, comfortable temperature for you and your family.