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The Trane EarthWise™ Hybrid split system is a dual-fuel system that heats and cools your Peachland, NC, home with a combination of gas, oil and electricity. Dual hybrid split systems score high points in efficiency by combining a variable-speed gas or oil furnace with an electric heat pump, thereby delivering the ultimate heating and cooling efficiencies. Here are four ways you can benefit from this state-of-the-art technology:

1. Two-Fuel, Two-System Flexibility

Dual hybrid systems optimize energy efficiency by switching from oil to gas according to which fuel is most cost-effective at the time. They also switch from heat pump mode to gas or oil furnace mode depending on temperature. Heat pumps provide 300 percent more energy than they consume as long as temperatures are above 40 degrees. When it gets colder, they can no longer provide sufficient heat at a reasonable price. Although North Carolina has mild winters, it still gets cold when northern fronts come through. When the temperature plummets, the system switches from electric heat pump mode to furnace mode, thereby converting 90 percent of the energy it uses into heat and providing enough warmth to make you feel comfortably cozy.

2. Multiple Components in a Single Unit

The Trane EarthWise™ Hybrid all-in-one split system packs all the components of a split system into a single unit that can be mounted on a rooftop or on the ground. You can switch the system from electric mode to fossil fuel mode yourself, or you can set the system to switch automatically to the most efficient setting based on current conditions.

3. Optimal Summer Cooling

Peachland summers are hot. The Trane Dual Hybrid system’s heat pump provides cool air via a variable-speed blower motor that delivers advanced humidity control, high-efficiency cooling and optimal circulation of cooled air.

4. Protection Against Rising Utility Costs

Because hybrid heating allows you to switch between fossil fuels, you can take advantage of fluctuations in oil and gas prices by using the fuel that’s currently most economical.

To learn more about optimizing heating and cooling functions in your North Carolina home with hybrid heat, visit Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc. or call (704) 208-4165 to schedule a free home heating and cooling assessment in Peachland, NC.

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