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New York State & Con Edison Helping Area Residents Upgrade their Heating Systems

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Heat pumps are the smarter and more efficient option to keep your home or small business comfortable all year long, no matter how extreme the temperature gets. Heat pumps are environmentally friendly, cleaner, more efficient, and all-in-one heating and cooling systems. So, let’s see those benefits in more detail:

  • Environmentally Friendly: it doesn’t rely on fossil fuels. So, no oil, propane, or gas needed.
  • Cleaner: There is no combustion of fossil fuels, fuel storage, or carbon monoxide emissions associated with heat pumps.
  • Efficient: The cost of heating and cooling your home with a heat pump is typically less than oil, propane, and electric baseboards. Heat pumps also require minimal maintenance.
  • Zoned Temperature Control: Heat pumps can provide zoned temperature control, so you can individually manage the heating and cooling preferences of different areas in your home.
  • All-In-One: A heat pump system keeps you warm in the winter and comfortable in the summer.

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A single unit does both. There’s never been a better time to say goodbye to fossil fuels and switch to the clean and all-in-one heat pump system.

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How Exactly Do They Work?

These newer, more advanced technologies are designed to keep you cool in the summer and warm even through New York winters. Unlike conventional, less sustainable, and less efficient heating and cooling systems, electric heat pumps draw heat from the environment and move it indoors to heat or move it outdoors to cool a home. There are two primary types of heat pumps: air source heat pumps and ground source heat pumps. Heat pumps require electricity to run, but deliver more energy than they use by concentrating and moving heat rather than generating it.

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Ready to start saving?

Ready to see if a heat pump is a good option for your home? Remember that, because it’s more efficient and all-in-one heating and cooling, heat pumps are the best option for long term saving. Visit our website to learn more about your options and take our simple quiz to determine which rebates and financing offers you’re eligible for. You may even qualify to have 100% of your upfront costs covered.

Learn more & take the quiz.

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