Innovative Heat Pump Systems from Carrier
For over 50 years, Stuart Rose Heating & Air Conditioning has remained up to date with the latest in HVAC technology, regulations, and industry standards. We are proud to offer cutting-edge heating and cooling options from Carrier, including their variable and two-speed heat pumps and dual fuel heating systems. One of the most versatile and energy-efficient options on the market today, heat pumps are a popular choice amongst our Los Angeles and Ventura County clients who are looking for an indoor comfort solution that delivers the best in energy savings, enhanced humidity control, and improved indoor air quality.
Variable and Two-Stage Air Conditioners & Heat Pumps to Meet
California's Minimum Efficiency Standards
Heat pumps are a cost-effective, environmentally friendly choice for those living in a moderate climate like Ventura and Los Angeles County where average temperatures rarely drop below freezing. By redistributing the heat in your home, heat pumps provide reliable heating, cooling, and humidity control year-round. During the hot summer months, a heat pump will absorb indoor heat and release it outdoors. In winter, a heat pump will reverse this process and absorb the heat from the ground and outdoor air to warm your home.
At Stuart Rose Heating & Air Conditioning, we carry two-stage and variable-speed heat pumps that are compliant with the latest Department of Energy (DOE) minimum efficiency requirements. Variable speed and two-stage heat pumps from Carrier operate more efficiently than single-speed models, and they use less energy because they can operate at lower speeds for longer periods of time.
LA & Ventura County's Best Value for Dual Fuel Heating Systems
A dual fuel heating system is comprised of an electric heat pump and a gas furnace, giving you two sources with which to heat your home. Depending on the outdoor temperature, a hybrid heating system will use one heat source at a time to maximize energy efficiency. Many of our clients choose dual fuel systems for their versatility. Not only does the electric heat pump provide effective heating in spring and early fall when temperatures remain above 40 degrees, but it also cools your home throughout summer. The system will then switch to gas heating during the coldest winter temperatures when your furnace is the most energy-efficient option.