Heat pumps for all seasons
Interest in heat pump technology has made this a growing segment of the Canadian HVAC marketplace.
Part of the growth can be attributed to the push to electrify heating and cooling systems in many parts of the country and, with the price differential between a traditional air conditioner and a heat pump being relatively modest, many consumers are willing to spend a little more for a system that can help navigate summer, winter and the shoulder seasons in between.
To take a look at how these systems are built, we took a trip to the Goodman factory in Waller, Texas. The 4.2-million sq. ft. facility is one of the largest HVAC manufacturing plants in the U.S., employing some 7,000 highly skilled and trained professionals making heat pumps and other HVAC products for delivery throughout North America.
Written by Adam Freill