Heat Pumps Provide Year-Round Comfort
There’s more to a heat pump than the name suggests. Read on to learn more about how this energy-efficient technology can keep you warm in the winter and cool all summer.
HEATING AND COOLING YOUR HOME WITH A HEAT PUMP
If you’re looking for a way to beat the heat this summer or keep warm all winter, you might be surprised to learn that your best option is a heat pump. Not only are these a more energy-efficient alternative to a traditional electric furnace or heater, but they also provide air conditioning in warm weather.
Depending on the type of home you have, you may be interested in a ductless heat pump or an air source heat pump.
|Ductless Heat Pumps
|Air Source Heat Pumps
|Compatible Home Conditions
|Existing ductwork in good condition
|No existing ductwork
|Complex floor plan
|Open Floor Plan
|Restricted space outside unit
|Provides consistent comfort
|Air conditioning included
|Noise level (indoor)
|Low – Medium
|Noise level (outdoor)
|Rebates & Pricing
|Utility rebates available (contact your local utility to find specific rebate amounts)
|Up to $800
|Up to $1,600
|Typical installation cost
|$3,500 to $6,000
|Dependent on several factors
|Total Energy Efficiency
|Flexible, space-saving installation
|Handheld remote control included
|No ducting required
|Zonal control (heat or cool only the spaces you want to)
- Reduces pollutants entering from outside.
- Reduces noise from the surrounding environment.
- Fewer drafts, less moisture and less pest entry from crawl spaces, garages and attics.
- Improved insulation performance.
- More efficient heating and cooling.
Find a Contractor
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Connect with your local utility for incentives.
If you’re thinking about making an upgrade to your home’s energy efficiency and comfort, start by checking with your local utility for incentives.