Could a heat pump really save you money this winter?

Thanks to money-saving incentives up to $8,000 courtesy of the Inflation Reduction Act, heat pumps are an increasingly appealing way for people in the U.S. to heat and cool their homes.

First, what is a heat pump?

It keeps your home comfortable by moving warm air into your home in the winter — and out of your home in the summer.

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A heat pump doesn’t burn fuel to create heat like a furnace does,  rather it moves heat from the outdoors into your home in the winter.

What’s the difference between a furnace and a heat pump?

How do heat pumps save money?

Heat pumps don’t burn fossil fuels to create heat, so they reduce your monthly gas bill.

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Heat pumps are better for the environment because they do not directly burn fossil fuels to create heat.

Are heat pumps good for the environment?


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