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Heat Pump Consultation

Heat Pump Consultation

Heat Pump Consultation

Heat Pump Consultation

Heat Pump Consultation

Connect with a Heat Pump Specialist at No-Cost

Tens of thousands of Connecticut residents and businesses have installed heat pumps because they are the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool. This clean technology is different from the conventional heating and air conditioning systems that you may be used to.

Schedule a no-cost, virtual consultation with a Heat Pump Specialist where you can get assistance with:

  • Understanding how heat pump systems work.
  • Available rebates and incentives
  • Guidance on the best solution for your home or business
  • Working with contractors
  • Reviewing and comparing quotes

Our Heat Pump Specialists are building science and heating/cooling experts. Our team can support customers with nearly any building type and at all stages of their project.

To explore the advantages and considerations for your project, schedule a consultation:

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    Heat pumps can efficiently heat in the winter and double as a cooling system in the summer—while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

    • Cost: Compared to heating with oil, propane, or electric resistance (baseboard), heat pumps can allow you to save money on energy expenses.
    • Convenience: Heat pumps provide all-in-one comfort: heating, cooling, and dehumidification in one unit.
    • Efficiency: Over the course of a heating season, heat pumps can be 2-3 times more energy efficient than a boiler or furnace.
    • Environmental impact: Heat pumps help reduce your carbon footprint by emitting less greenhouse gases.
    • Efficiency first: Before upgrading your heating system, consider preliminary measures, such as sealing and insulating your ductwork or completing weatherization work.
    • Electrical usage: A heat pump is an electrical system, so running one will add to your electrical use. In many cases, that additional electrical use is offset by savings elsewhere, such as a propane or oil heating fuel bill.
    • Quality installation: Heat pumps work best when correctly sized and designed for your building. Working closely with a qualified contractor will help ensure your system is designed to meet your heating and cooling needs.

    Also Consider ➞

    Home & Business Energy Assessments

    • Request an energy performance assessment of your home or business.
    • Receive customized energy-saving recommendations.
    • Get help implementing energy-saving measures from a technician or receive rebates and incentives to implement them yourself.


    Learn About Our Assessments