Heat Pump Promotion

Take advantage of these hot promotional rebates! Install a qualifying, energy-saving air-source heat pump or ductless air-source heat pump and save.

An air-source heat pump uses electricity to heat and cool.

  • It works like an air conditioner to cool, and works in reverse to move warmth from outside air into your home to heat.
  • It heats a home up to three times more efficiently than forced-air and electric-resistance heating systems.
  • Use the info on this sheet or speak to the Energy Experts about whether a central or ductless ASHP will work best with your existing heating system.
  • You may be eligible for a zero- or low-interest loan to finance certain energy-efficiency improvements for your home.
  • For more information, check out the U.S. Department of Energy’s resources on heat pumps.

Air-Source Heat Pumps

Air-Source Heat Pump Promo Rebate*
≥ 8.2 HSPF $1,000
≥ 9.0 HSPF $2,000

Unlike a central air conditioner, the technology of today’s central air-source heat pumps cool and heat your home, even in sub-zero temps, providing efficient, dependable and reliable comfort year-round. A central air-source heat pump uses existing ductwork to distribute heated and cooled air throughout your home. The outdoor condenser is connected to the indoor furnace fan.

A good fit when:

  • Already heating with forced air (with ductwork in place)
  • Replacing a central air conditioner or adding one for the first time

Installed cost: $4,000 – $8,000

Ductless Air-Source Heat Pump

Heating Source Regular Rebate Promo Rebate*
Delivered Fuels $300 $450
Electric Heat $500 $750

A ductless air-source heat pump is a good solution for homes with non-ducted heating systems, or for room additions where installing ductwork is not feasible. There is one outdoor condenser connected to one or more indoor air distribution units. Indoor units are typically mounted on the wall, floor or ceiling. The individually-controlled indoor units allow for zoned heating and cooling, which maximize comfort and energy savings.

A good fit when:

  • Already heating with radiators, in-floor, or electric baseboard heat
  • Getting rid of window air conditioners or adding home cooling

Installed cost: $2,500 – $8,500

Limited funds are available and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Rebate amounts and programs are subject to change without notice.