Which type of heating system to install in my home Heat pump or gas furnace and ac unit?

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That will depend on the cost (and availability) of gas in your area, when compared to electric costs. It will also depend on the climate. At very cold temperatures (below 40 F) the heat transfer element of an air/Freon heat pump does not deliver heat, and the less efficient electric heat kicks in. In a climate that has long periods of below-freezing temps, a gas furnace may be more economical to operate.
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