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The heat provided by a heat pump is milder than the heat provided by a traditional forced air furnace.

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Question: The heat provided by a heat pump is milder than the heat provided by a traditional forced air furnace.
Top Answer (85% of 27 votes): True.

Answer: True
Explanation: The typical heat pump will put out around 90 degree, where as force air furnace is about 20 degress hotter.
Kair
Answer: True
Explanation: The heat coming from a furnace is warmer because of the heat rise method. Where is measured different.
Arizona's Best Heating & AC, Inc.
Answer: True
Explanation: Discharge from a heat pump is about 70-90 degrees. Gas heat is 130 degrees.
HVAC and More
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Answer: True
Explanation: The temperature rise is a little lower.
Kohler Heating and Air Conditioning
Answer: True
Explanation: Not as hot
Air Services Comfort Solutions LLC
Answer: True
Explanation: The heat exchanger for a fossil burning furnace is hotter then the heat exchanger (indoor coil) of a heat pump.
123HVAC of Long Island
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