Dual Fuel Hybrid Systems
When you shop for a new HVAC system at Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc., you’ll have access to plenty of energy-efficient options, including Trane’s line of dual fuel hybrid systems. But what is a dual fuel hybrid system, and how does it work?
Consider the Benefits of Investing in a Dual Fuel Hybrid System
A Trane EarthWise Hybrid system can heat your home using electricity or fossil fuel. It works by utilizing ambient heat in the air outside to warm your home, keeping you comfortable throughout the fall and even the winter. When there isn’t enough ambient heat in the air outside, the system will use a fossil fuel like natural gas or heating oil to ensure your home stays warm and cozy during the coldest nights of the year. The system’s switch point is set by your HVAC contractor.
Here are the benefits of using a dual fuel hybrid system in North Carolina.
- More efficiency and cost savings than any other system for our climate
- More comfort for the amount of money you’re spending to heat your home
Trained to Work With Dual Fuel Hybrid Systems
Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc. offers a wide range of HVAC products and services to help you optimize your heating and cooling environment. To prove that we’re proficient enough to provide them, we’ve worked hard to become a Trane Comfort Specialist, which most other HVAC contractors fail to achieve during their time in business. Here’s how you benefit when entrusting a Trane Comfort Specialist to install, repair or maintain a dual fuel hybrid system in your home or business:
- Receive access to our exclusive line of Trane’s dual fuel hybrid systems.
- Welcome a NATE-certified service technician to complete the request.
- Experience 100-percent customer satisfaction from start to finish.
Proudly Serving the Following Areas in North Carolina
While our team of HVAC professionals are based in Marshville and Monroe, North Carolina, Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc. also offers our hybrid fuel system services to:
For information about the hybrid fuel services we offer to the aforementioned communities in North Carolina, or if you’re in need of a repair on your dual fuel hybrid system, contact Byrum Heating & A/C, Inc. at (704) 208-4165.