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Looking to buy a house and convert to heat pumps in New England What should I be looking for?

Posted On: April 1, 2023
Apologies if there's a better sub to ask this. As in the title, I'm in the market for a house in the NE US, and I'd like to fully switch to heat pumps for heating and cooling once purchased. Is there ...[More]

Looking for advice from those who have a heat pump for their home

Posted On: March 30, 2023
I'm getting quotes to replace my furnace and ac condenser. I'm considering a heat pump but am worried that it will not heat and/or cool as well a furnace + condenser combo. I know there ...[More]

I wanted to understand which wire is common wire on my Heat Pump

Posted On: March 28, 2023
This is connected to my heat pump. Question from user BeatAlive at heatpumps at reddit. In a heat pump system, the common wire, often referred to as the "C wire," is an important compo...[More]

What is the Difference Between a Heat Pump and a Furnace?

Posted On: February 12, 2020
When the weather becomes colder, we rely on our home’s heating units to keep us warm during the fall and winter seasons, whether it be a furnace or a heat pump. But, what is the difference between t...[More]

What are the best ways to save on energy costs?

Posted On: September 11, 2019
There is no denying that each year, our summers are getting warmer and winters are getting colder. For homeowners, the cost to heat or cool a home can be expensive. At Twintech, we have some helpful t...[More]

What is a Heat Pump and How Does it Work?

Posted On: July 31, 2019
A heat pump is an electrical device that pulls heat from one place and transfers it to another. This type of device has been used in Canada and around the world for decades. Both refrigerators and air...[More]

3 Benefits of Cold Climate Source Heat Pumps

Posted On: January 1, 2019
During the winter, it isn’t uncommon for the temperature to drop to, and remain at, freezing temperatures for the entire season.  Due to this temperature shift, many homeowners will find...[More]