why doesn t my heat pump keep up with the temperature

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When it gets below 35 degrees, a heat pump loses its efficiency and cannot keep up with the heat loss of the structure. When the temperature in the house drops approximately 2 degrees below the room temperature, supplemental heat comes on to assist the heat pump (usually in the form of electric resistance heaters).

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