When most people think of staying cool, they think of an air conditioner as their only choice.
Spend 60% less on your utilities and get rebates up to $6,000 today!
How old is your current heat pump?
A new heat pump could cut 60% from your current monthly heating expenses. Most heat pump owners spend $400-$600 a month in electrical costs. Your new heat pump can knock hundreds of dollars each month off that bill.
- Heat pump rebates as high as $6,000 are available right now.
- Financing your new heat pump can be as low as $150 a month.
With the rebates you get today, you can buy a new heat pump, pay for the heat pump with the savings it provides and still come out ahead of
your current monthly expenses.
How can a new heat pump cut electricity costs that much?
Mitsubishi and Carrier “Hyper Heat” heat pumps are the first real advance in heat pump technology in years.
Heat pumps work by extracting heat from one area and moving it to another. Since the heat pump doesn’t create heat, only moves it from one place to another (in this case, extracting trace heat from the cold outdoor air and moving it inside your home), it doesn’t require the type of energy a furnace does to keep your home or workplace comfortable.
Some heat pumps only keep your house warm if the outside temperature never drops below -10C. Hyper Heat pumps work down to -25C.
They also cool your house in the summer.
Heat pumps are an effective and cost-efficient way to heat and cool your home. Since heat pumps work by moving hot air from one place to another, they can keep your house cool in the summer as well as heating it in the winter.
In the summer, a heat pump draws energy out of your home and transfers it outside, just the opposite of what it does in the winter. This is a highly efficient way to keep your home comfortable throughout the entire year, reliably and affordably.
Finance your purchase with 0% interest.
Financing with us is easy. You can get 24 months with equal payments and no interest, or 12 months with no payments and no interest. Ask us for details today.