Just cancelled a Snake River bass float next Monday through Thursday. 107 in Whitebird equals 110 plus in Hells Canyon…there’s hot, then there is too damn hot.
just be warned: heat pumps tend to struggle in extreme temps. Hopefully it's able to keep up for you guys.We had a 35 year old electric furnace that would have probably have worked for another 10 years. When the weather warmed up we used up to 4 window AC units that were noisy, blew in dust and let bugs in. This year we finally replaced the furnace with a heat pump and smart thermostat (Thanks for the advice @Jojo !) that has an accompanying app that can control the system remotely. If we're in cell coverage when we're away, we can see what the inside and outside temps are remotely and turn on the AC to have it nice and cool when we get home. Like @Evan Burck what a great decision!