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Central Air-Source Heat Pumps

air source heat pump

A greater way to heat and cool your home.

Maximize your home's comfort and energy efficiency while reducing your carbon footprint by upgrading to a new cold-climate, air-source heat pump to heat and cool your home. These all-in-one ducted systems sit outside your home, like an A/C unit, and work by absorbing heat from the environment to move it in and out of your home, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

When properly installed by a participating NYS Clean Heat contractor, an air-source heat pump can deliver up to three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it consumes. That's because it transfers heat instead of converting it from fossil fuel. According to studies by the Department of Energy, the average annual savings are around $459 when compared to electric-resistance heaters, and $948 when compared to oil systems.

Need help determining the heat pump system that might be best for your home? Try this Heat Pump Planner and talk to a participating NYS Clean Heat contractor.

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See why more Upstate New Yorkers are choosing air-source heat pumps.

Stack up the savings.

In addition to our incentives, be sure to take advantage of federal tax credits and New York State income-based incentives. There are also special incentives if you live in a high-priority electrification area.

Maximize efficiency and comfort with this whole-home system that can be retrofitted into existing duct work. Start saving today.

Save an average of $3,000

From April 1 to May 31, 2024, save an extra $500 on heat pumps, in addition to thousands more in incentives and tax credits. Save on your new system today and on your annual energy costs for years to come. No more worrying about fluctuating fuel costs and deliveries.

To get started, contact a NYS Clean Heat participating contractor to see which all-in-one heat pump system is right for your home.

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If you've already reduced your carbon footprint by installing a solar panel system, adding an all-in-one heat pump is a great next step. Combining this technology with your solar installation ensures your heating, cooling or hot water needs are met year-round. And, it's even possible that your solar panels could produce enough electricity to run your heat pump system all year long.

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Heat Pump Mythbusters

Heat Pump Mythbusters


Heat pump installation: How does it work?

Download this PDF to get an in-depth look at what to expect when you install a high-efficiency heat pump.

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*Heat pump annual savings are approximately $948 when compared to oil systems, according to a Department of Energy study.