Why Install a Heat Pump?
Heat pumps can save up to 50% on your home heating bills because they deliver energy more efficiently than other sources. Heat pumps are actually air conditioners that include a reverse cycle for heating, so they cool homes in summer and heat them in winter.
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We offer incentives for the installation of heat pumps in electrically heated homes. You may qualify for a rebate of between $250 and $1,000, depending on the efficiency rating and your existing heating method. The heat pump must be installed to “Performance Tested Comfort Systems” standards by a NWHVAC Service a contractor participating in the utility’s Contractor Network. Here are some of the specific utility incentives currently offered for heat pumps.
Air source heat pump
— $250 rebate for heat pump with efficiency less than 9.0 HSPF.
— $500 rebate for heat pump with efficiency 9.0 HSPF/14 SEER or higher. Additional $250 rebate for variable speed heat pump.
— $750 rebate for heat pump with efficiency 9.0 HSPF/14 SEER or higher when converting from an electric furnace. Additional $250 rebate for variable speed heat pump
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We also offer loans for heat pumps.
Why Upgrade to a Ductless Heating and Cooling System?
- Save energy and money while heating your home during the winter months.
- Make your home more comfortable.
- Systems come standard with air conditioning—no more window units!
If you have cable ceiling heat, baseboard heat, an electric furnace or wall heaters, you’re probably using too much energy to heat your home. We’re helping qualified customers upgrade to a ductless heating and cooling system that uses a fraction of the electricity and provides more comfort than outdated systems.
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If you are a homeowner who currently heats your home with cable ceiling heat, baseboard heaters or wall heaters, you may receive a rebate to help pay for an upgrade, as well as 3.5 percent financing. Site-built and manufactured homes heated with an electric furnace also qualify. Eligible homeowners will receive the rebate once the system is installed. A typical system can cost $4,000–$6,000.
Ductless Heat Pump Rebates:
- $750 rebate for the installation of a single head system (9.0 or greater HSPF)
- $1,000 rebate for the installation of a multi-head system (8.2 or greater HSPF)
- $100 rebate for ductless heat pump replacement (11.0 or greater HSPF)
To Qualify for Your Rebate:
- You must be the homeowner.
- Your home must have cable ceiling heat, baseboard heat, an electric furnace or wall heaters permanently installed.
- NWHVAC Service is a contractor participating in the utility’s Ductless Heat Pump Contractor Network to install the system.
- You must be approved by the program for the rebate.
We also offer loans for Ductless heat pumps.