Equipment designed for a purpose

Our customers can receive rebates and discounts on a variety of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment. Learn how to choose which products are the best choice for your home. You can get better heating and cooling performance with proper insulation and air sealing.

 

Equipment that requires a duct system

Air source heat pumps

If you’re considering an upgrade and you already have air ducts in your home, an air source heat pump (ASHP) may be a good choice. If you do not have a duct system, consider a ductless mini-split heat pump (see mini-split heat pump section below). 

An ENERGY STAR  certified ASHP can provide both heating and cooling. An ASHP extracts heat from outside and brings it into the home in winter. During summer, the ASHP pulls heat out of the home. An ASHP works similarly to a central air conditioner, except that an ASHP also works in reverse to provide whole-house space heating in winter.  

Many new ENERGY STAR® certified ASHPs excel at winter heating, even in cold climates. 

Receive a rebate up to $450 on an air-source heat pump.

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An infographic explaining ASHP.

Source: ENERGY STAR, used with permission

 

Central A/C 

Central air conditioners (A/C) use ducts to draw in warm air, cool the air, and send the cool air through the home. Central A/Cs are typically used alongside a furnace which provides heat during the winter.  

ENERGY STAR certified central air conditioners use 8% less energy than conventional new models. 

Receive a rebate up to $300 on a central A/C. 

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Equipment that does not require a duct system 

Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pumps 

Ductless heat pumps, also called mini-split heat pumps, are an alternative to radiator or baseboard heating, as well as a replacement for window units for cooling. Duct work is not needed, so mini-split heat pumps are also a good solution for older homes that don’t have ducts installed.

The ductless unit can provide both heating and cooling.

ENERGY STAR explains that a head unit (or multiple head units) are mounted on an interior wall or ceiling, with an accompanying unit outside. The outside unit extracts heat from the air, even when it’s cold. Refrigerant carries the heat directly to the head(s) inside, which then delivers heated air to occupied space. In warmer months, the system works in reverse for quiet, efficient air conditioning.

Because they transfer rather than generate heat, ENERGY STAR certified mini-split heat pumps use up to 60% less energy than standard home electric radiators.

Receive a rebate up to $400 on a ductless mini-split heat pump.

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A poster which describes air source heat pumps.

Source: ENERGY STAR, used with permission

Room A/Cs

Room A/Cs are often used when the home does not have a central system or when the central system isn’t effective for some areas in the home. Another common use is for newly finished spaces that are not connected to the central system. To minimize energy costs, use ENERGY STAR’s Room A/C buying guide to find the correct cooling capacity required for your room size.

ENERGY STAR certified room A/Cs use 10% less energy than standard units.

Receive an instant discount up to $15 on a room A/C.

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