I just had a new Bryant 265 heat pump with FE4 Evolution fan coil installed a month ago. I live just outside of Washington DC. The A/C seemed to work great. Now that it is getting cooler in the evenings, I have the heat turned on and I've noticed what seems to be a problem to me and I wanted to get some other opinions. I first noticed the issue when I got up in the mornings. I have the system programmed to bring the heat up from 67 to 72 15 minutes before my alarm goes off. The house has not ever cooled down below 69 so it has not had to bring the temperature up more than 3 degrees. What happens is that the heat pump comes on as scheduled, but at a very low fan speed, so it does not push enough heat to warm the house. After 15 minutes the auxillary heat kicks in and the fan speed increases, with the house warming up very quickly. Last night I did a test where it was 70 in the house and I kicked the thermostat up to 71. The outside air temperature was 49 degrees. The same thing happened. The heat pump ran for 15 minutes. The air felt warm at the vent, but there was very low air pressure. After 15 minutes the auxillary kicked in and the house temperature went up to 71 in about 5 minutes. I have the fan setting to AUTO in all of my schedule entries and also set to AUTO on the thermostat. Does this operation sound normal? I didn't think the auxillary heat should come on at all when it's 49 outside. Is there some way to boost the fan speed without having to force the programming into a fixed speed setting? Thanks for your advice.