Save money, breathe cleaner air,
and enjoy comfortable temperatures year round

Heat pumps bring home comfort

With heating in the winter, and cooling and dehumidifying in the summer, your home will be more comfortable and energy efficient year-round. And you could receive a rebate of $200 to $2,500. There are many heat pump systems to fit all types of homes, like:

  • Ductless mini-split heat pumps
  • Centrally ducted heat pumps
  • Air-to-water heat pumps
  • Geothermal heat pumps


View the Facts About Heat Pumps guide.

Heat pump systems for your home

Potential Rebate: $200-$300/ton
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump

These mini-split heat pumps allow temperature control in different zones of your home, saving you thousands each year.

Potential Rebate: $500-$600/ton
Geothermal Heat Pumps

Using the consistency of energy from the ground as heat in the winter, and cooling in the summer, these heat pumps use up to 60% less energy.

Potential Rebate: $400-$500/ton
Centrally-Ducted Heat Pumps

These heat pumps can heat or cool your entire home, and are great for both a new home construction, or added to your existing forced-air system.

Potential Rebate: $400-$500/ton
Air-to-Water Heat Pumps

Air-to-water heat pump extracts heat energy from the outside air, allowing year-round domestic hot water as well as seasonal space heating and cooling.

Take the next steps to making your home more comfortable and efficient.
Potential rebate
$30 - $5,000
Home Energy Assessment

A $199 Home Energy Assessment is the best way to discover how to save energy. In a 2-3 hour assessment, an Energy Advisor will review your home for insulation levels, air leakage, and mechanical systems. Take advantage of rebates on qualifying upgrade recommendations, like heat pumps, in this comprehensive home review.

Potential rebate
up to $2,500
Heating system rebates

Purchase a heat pump to upgrade your home heating system and we’ll offer rebates to complement your monthly savings and cozy, comfortable home.

couple smiling
Our heat pump is so great in the summer for keeping the house cool. We didn’t even know it could do that.


Brian and Lena live in Hants County in a 2,200 sq ft. bungalow and were looking for a way to save money on their expensive heating bills. They decided to install a mini-split heat pump and received a $300 rebate for the project. Their home is now much more comfortable—warm in winter and cool in summer, while saving money on bills.

House Type: Bungalow | Year Built: 1995
Sq Footage:  2,200 sq ft.
Annual Savings: Brian and Lena now save about $336 on bills annually

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