A residential heat pump is a type of heating and cooling system that uses a compressor and refrigerant to transfer heat from one location to another. Heat pumps are commonly used in residential homes as an alternative to traditional heating and cooling systems, such as furnaces and air conditioners. A residential heat pump typically consists of two main parts: an outdoor unit that contains the compressor and condenser, and an indoor unit that contains the evaporator and air handling components. The outdoor unit is connected to the indoor unit by a network of refrigerant lines and electrical wiring. In the heating mode, the heat pump uses the outdoor unit to extract heat from the air or ground outside and transfer it to the indoor unit. The indoor unit then circulates the heated air throughout the home. In the cooling mode, the heat pump operates in the opposite way, using the outdoor unit to dissipate heat from the indoor unit and release it outside. This allows the heat pump to provide both heating and cooling for a home, making it a versatile and energy-efficient option.
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