Everyone knows when natural gas is not available (in many Northeast buildings, much of Florida and rural areas), the least-expensive form of heating is the heat pump.
However, among many people heat pumps have a terrible reputation for blowing cold air.
Has it come to this? Well,
not yet, but possibly soon! I recently read an article telling of how some
companies are marketing a hydrocarbon refrigerant to replace R-22 in air
conditioners, and they are marketing it to consumers, not HVACR supply
Our industry talks a lot
about indoor air quality, and whenever engineers design a commercial,
institutional or industrial building, great care is usually taken to ensure
proper air movement and ventilation.