How it Works
A heat pump moves existing heat in the air from one place to another using electricity. In summer, it moves heat from inside a building to the outside like an air conditioner. In winter, it works in reverse, extracting heat from outside to bring it into a building.
A central air-source heat pump is great for buildings with existing central-air-conditioner systems that need to be replaced, or new construction projects. A heat pump can also provide heat in the winter, which can heat your home more efficiently than your existing, fossil-fuel fired furnace.
- Energy efficient. Heat pumps are 3x more effective at transferring heat than traditional electric and fossil fuel heating sources.
- Utilizes existing ductwork
- Dual heat-and-cooling system
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Whisper quiet
- Lower emissions
- Air filtering and dehumidification
Get $5,000+ in Rebates*
You may qualify for thousands in incentives when you upgrade your existing ducted system or install a central air-source heat pump in your new building.
To get started, find a participating contractor in the New York State Clean Heat Program. Your contractor will help find and install your heat pump, and deduct your rebate from the total project cost.
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