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Old 02-16-2015, 08:37 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Pirate View Post
1. Roof top heat pump is only good down to around to low 40's.

2. I just bought two 200watt heaters, one for each bay.

3. I would have gone with cheap heat if I could have but my ducting would not support it. That would be my first choice over a heat pump any day.
Actually they do very good down to 32 gets marginal after that. I routinely have them on at 29 or 30 and they keep it warm but not so comfortable that i dont need long sleeve pajamas or if i am on the couch I have a throw over me. but it is a long ways from cold with them on. They actually seem to go over to the furnace somewhere around 25. They just switched to the furnace a few minutes ago and it is 20 degrees out. I am not sure where the temps switches but i assume has something to do with how warm the temp in the heat pump is or how long it is on without warming. I dont know for sure though. We have had out 1500 watt infrared heater on since the temp was about 35 outside.

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