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Heat pumps

What Is All This Heat Pump Talk About?

Simply put, a heat pump is a system that moves heat from one place to another. It is commonly used for heating and cooling spaces. During the colder months, it extracts heat from the outside air (or ground) and transfers it indoors to warm a building. In warmer months, it works in reverse, removing heat from indoors and transferring it outside to keep the space cool. Pretty cool, huh?

But heat pumps are expensive, they won’t work in our climate, they’re not efficient. Wrong! There are a lot of myths about heat pumps, many from early experiences of heat pumps. Innovation has driven huge changes in how heat pumps operate. Check out the common myths →

But how am I going to afford a heat pump?

You’re in luck, the federal and state governments are offering incredible tax credits for heat pumps. In addition to the tax credits, many local jurisdictions and utility companies offer amazing rebates. Check out our Rebates page for more information.

Still not convinced? Check out the benefits of a heat pump below.

United Power

  • Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump - < 2 tons- $1500
  • Cold Climate Air-Source Heat Pump - < 2 tons- $2500
  • Cold Climate Mini-Split Heat Pump - < 2 tons- $1000
  • Cold Climate Mini-Split Heat Pump - < 2 tons- $2000

Xcel Energy

  • High Efficiency ASHP with Quality Installation-$1700
  • Cold Climate ASHP with Quality Installation-$2200
  • High Efficiency MSHP with Quality Installation-$1700
  • Cold Climate MSHP with Quality Installation-$2200

City & Country
of Denver

  • High Efficiency Air Source Heat Pump-$1500
  • Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pump-$3500

Boulder County

  • Cold Climate Ducted Air Source Heat Pump-$300
  • Cold Climate Mini Split Air Source Heat Pump-$300

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