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While a heat pump is perfectly capable of effectively heating your home, the temperature of the air coming out of the registers confuses some people. The air is heated to about 90 to 95 degrees, depending on the outdoor temperature. This temperature is approximately 20 to 25 degrees warmer than the indoor air temperature and will warm your house. It is, however, below body temperature (98.6 degrees) and can feel cool when someone puts their hand in the airflow.
As a Trane Comfort Specialist, Garnett Refrigeration’s technicians are trained to diagnose and service any heat pump issues. Keep your heat pump running at top efficiency, call Garnett Refrigeration and schedule a season tune-up, or save money with an Energy Savings Agreement.