Do heat pumps absorb heat from outside air?

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To put it simply, heat pumps absorb heat from the outside air and move it into your home. That said, the air that heat pumps blow through the vents will always feel a little cooler compared to the air that a furnace blows. Heat pumps normally blow air that’s around 80–95°F.

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