Heat pumps offer clean, efficient, residential heat

Increase efficiency, reduce carbon emissions, and save money on home heating.

Learn how you can heat your home for less!

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Oil and gas heat work well, but fitting them to aging homes can be challenging and expensive. Older homes with radiant heat, while great for their time, can also be very inefficient by today’s standards. These inefficiencies ultimately affect us in two ways, our bank account, and our environment. 

 

Heat pumps solve these issues, bringing efficient, environmentally friendly heat to older homes, new additions, and even detached structures. Simply replacing your gas water heater and furnace with electric heat pumps can cut your home’s heating emissions by 45%. These emissions benefits will only increase as we continue to shift to renewable energy in the future. 

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Bonus: They can also offer super efficient cooling in the warmer months.

 

Interested already? Complete the form and we’ll have a representative contact you today. 
 

How do heat pumps work?

Using the same technology found in residential air conditioning systems, which remove the heat from your home, heat pumps reverse the flow of refrigerant, drawing available heat from outside and bringing it in using pressure changes in refrigerant. 

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Clean Heat incentive programs/discounts

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) offers immediate rebates through their NYS Clean Heat program. These rebates vary based on the size of the heat pump installed - fill out the form above or give us a call to find out how much you can save on the installation of a heat pump in your Westchester home. 


 

Heat pump brands we carry and install:
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Champion Heat Pumps
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Champion by JCI
HVAC Heat Pumps

LG Air Conditioning Technologies
High Efficiency Heat Pumps

Mitsubishi Electric Heat Pumps

Mitsubishi Electric
HVAC Heat Pumps