Heat Pumps: lower energy bills and improved comfort in your home

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Heat pumps are highly efficient heating and cooling systems, advantages of heat pumps include:

  1. High efficiency: Heat pumps use electricity to transfer heat rather than generate it, making them more efficient than fossil fuel-based systems, as much as five times more efficient. This can result in significantly lower energy bills.
  2. Heating and cooling: Heat pumps can be used for both heating and cooling. This means a single system keeps your home comfortable year-round, rather than separate systems for heating and cooling.
  3. Improved air quality: Some heat pumps are equipped with air purification features, this helps improve the air quality in your home, especially beneficial for those with allergies or respiratory issues.
  4. Improved comfort: Heat pumps feature multi-speed operation, which can help improve the overall comfort of your home. Heat pumps can also offer humidity control, and multi-zone settings, allowing you to customize comfort levels in different areas of the home.
  5. Low carbon emissions: Heat pumps have a lower carbon footprint than fossil fuel-based heating systems, making them a more environmentally friendly choice. When paired with low carbon electricity sources, heat pumps can provide substantial green house gas emissions savings.

Heat pumps work well in the freezing cold

Contrary to outdated misconceptions, modern heat pumps can offer exceptional year-round comfort for homeowners in even the coldest climates. High-performance heat pumps from Mitsubishi Electric, which come in both ducted and ductless varieties, have been tested to reliably heat homes at temperatures as low as -13ºF.

A full day of negative temps in #Denver down to -15F, and our #heatpump has no problem keeping things toasty.

Dan Esposito

The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Residential Cold Climate Heat Pump Challenge is pushing for heat pumps to operate reliably in temperatures below -20ºF. The DOE is working with manufacturers to test and improve the performance of cold climate heat pumps, with the goal of commercialization by 2024.

Heat pumps are affordable

There are currently several tax credits available for homeowners who install clean electricity products, including heat pumps. Low-income households may be eligible for a rebate that covers 100% of the cost of a heat pump, up to $8,000, under the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA). Moderate-income households may be eligible for a 50% rebate, also up to $8,000.

If you’re considering multiple home improvements, keep in mind that the law’s overall threshold for “qualified electrification projects” is up to $14,000 per household.

Homeowners who exceed the HEEHRA income threshold can still take advantage of the Clean Energy Tax Credits providing 30% of the cost of heat pumps, up to $2,000.

In addition to the federal tax credits and incentives, you may also be eligible for credits and incentives from your state government and your utility provider. These can help offset the cost of heat pumps making them even more affordable.

Heat pumps are reliable

Heat pumps are generally easy to maintain and have a long lifespan, providing reliable heating and cooling for about 15 years, still, when making a long-term investment like a heat pump, it is important to choose a manufacturer with a good reputation and reliable customer support.

Keep in mind that not all heat pump manufacturers are created equal, and it’s worth doing research to find a company that aligns with your needs. Consider factors such as the company’s warranty offerings, customer service record, and the quality of their products. By choosing a reputable and reliable manufacturer and installer, you can ensure that you’re getting a heat pump that will provide years of efficient and cost-effective performance.

Overall, heat pumps offer many advantages over fossil fuel-based systems. If you’re considering upgrading to a heat pump, be sure to consult with a professional to determine the best option for you.


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