It's all about efficiency with the dual fuel system

Having worked as a building manager for a couple of buildings, I had a wealth of experience in determining the most efficient Heating as well as A/C device for an entire home block. Several occupants had been complaining of disturbed indoor comfort whenever there were power outages. These power outages lasted for afternoons sometimes and this meant the occupants would stay without frigid during Wintertide or perspiring themselves dry during the Summer months. The occupants understood that the power outages were beyond our control however it was also their right to gain sufficient heating services. I consulted a local contractor on the best Heating as well as A/C device for such a situation to which he recommended the dual fuel system. This device worked by using many fuels, commonly an electric gas furnace and a gas gas furnace. Tenants could switch between the fuels. At a subsidized rate, the business also installed fireplaces in the apartments. These had to be gas fireplaces since there was an available gas pipe running through the building. Another fortune of this device was that it did not need any vents, it was a ductless heat pump. This eliminated the hustle of having vents snaking through the building. The heat pump install was fairly affordable and the central heating was sited in the backyard of the complex, then for quality heating, the heating serviceman partitioned the entire complex into zone control regions. This ensured that each apartment, regardless of where it was located, loved modest hot and cold temperatures. I circulated pamphlets that listed many energy saving tips to each occupant. A month down the line, the occupants’ feedback was honestly positive. Though the power outages continued all throughout the winter, all the occupant’s indoor comfort was not affected. This resulted in many positive reviews on our home complex.

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