High Efficiency Air Source Heat Pumps

 

Heating is the single largest use of energy for many businesses, and an air source heat pump uses up to 50% less energy when compared to an electric furnace.

High-efficiency air source heat pump extracts heat energy from the outside air, allowing year-round space heating and cooling. The benefits are many:  

  • Saves energy: extracting more energy from the air (as heat) than it consumes (as electricity)
  • Reduced costs: up to 50% less than electric baseboard
  • Lowers emissions: avoiding fossil fuel-based electricity
  • Easy to install: working with existing furnace ductwork

Save money, energy and our environment: that’s just good business.

Apply for a rebate, or contact us at 1-877-999-6035 within 90 days of installation
Please have your electricity bill available when you call

 

Qualifying Equipment:

Small Air Source Heat Pumps

Single-packaged (unitary) systems, ducted split systems, ductless split systems and variable refrigerant flow units are eligible for rebates.

Size (cooling capacity) Type Min HSPF (Region IV) Min SEER Requirements Rebate
<65,000 Btu/h( less than 5.4 tons)
Single package systems only 8.2 15
  • Heat pump must be utilized during the heating season
  • Must off-set electric resistance heating
  • Systems must be AHRI certified matched systems. More information at ahridirectory.org
  • Contact us if replacing an existing air-source heat pump or in new construction
$500/ton*
Single package systems, ducted/ductless split systems and variable refrigerant flow (VRF) units are eligible 9 16 $500/ton
10 20 $550/ton
12 24 $625/ton

*Only single-package heat pump equipment is eligible for this rebate

Large Air Source Heat Pumps

Single-packaged (unitary) systems, ducted split systems, ductless split systems and variable refrigerant flow units are eligible for rebates.

Size (nominal capacity) Min Heating (47F) Min COP Low Heating (17F) Min COP Min SEER Requirements Rebate
≥65,000 Btu/h and <135,000 Btu/h 3.3 2.25 10.8
  • Heat pump must be utilized during the heating season
  • Must off-set electric resistance heating
  • Systems must be AHRI certified matched systems. More information at ahridirectory.org
  • Contact us if replacing an existing air-source heat pump or in new construction
$550/ton
3.6 2.45 11.9 $700/ton
≥135,000 Btu/h and <240,000 Btu/h 3.2 2.05 10.4 $500/ton
3.5 2.25 $700/ton

Ground & Water Source Heat Pumps*

Single-packaged (unitary) systems, ducted split systems, ductless split systems and variable refrigerant flow units are eligible for rebates.

Product Min EER Min COP Requirements Rebate
Open loop 16.2 3.6
  • Heat pump must be utilized during the heating season
  • Must off-set electric resistance heating
  • Systems must be AHRI certified matched systems. More information at ahridirectory.org
  • Contact us if replacing an existing air-source heat pump or in new construction
$650/ton
20.0 4.0 $750/ton
Closed loop / direct geoexchange (DGX) 13.4 3.1 $650/ton
16.0 3.6 $700/ton

*Tested in accordance to ASHRAE/ANSI/AHRI/ISO Standard 13256-1&2: 2012

Air-to-water Heat Pumps

Size (heating capacity) Min EER Min COP Requirements Rebate
≤6240,000 Btu/h 9.3 3.5
  • Heat pump must be utilized during the heating season.
  • Must off-set electric resistance heating.
$550/ton

Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps (PTHP)

Size (nominal capacity) New Construction (Standard Size*) Replacement (non-Standard Size**) Requirements Rebate
Min EER Min COP Min EER Min COP
<11,000 Btu/h 11 3.3 9.3 2.7
  • Heat pump must be utilized during the heating season.
  • Must off-set electric resistance heating or be new construction.
  • Must be AHRI certified (standard size only)
  • Contact us if replacing an existing PTHP unit
$350/unit
≥11,000 Btu/h 10 2.8 7.6 2.5

* Standard size refers to having an external wall opening greater than or equal to 16 inches high or greater than or equal to 42 inches wide, and a cross-sec-tional area greater than or equal to 670 square inches.
** Non-standard size refers to having an external wall opening of less than 16 inches high or less than 42 inches wide, and a cross-sectional area less than 670 square inches.

Ready to purchase your product? Apply for your rebate here.

(Please have a recent copy of your utility bill available for reference.)

 

 

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