Heat pumps are the primary source of heating for this mid-century home!

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Quick Facts
Average Annual Savings


Energy Needs Met

75% to 99%

of space heating

Energy Needs Met


or more of air conditioning

Net Investment


Return on Investment


What You Need to Know


Five indoor units and three outdoor units. Three of the indoor units are connected to one outdoor unit to heat/cool bedrooms. The other two indoor units each have their own outdoor unit. The systems are all white and disappear into the room.

Other Benefits:

While it is called a heat pump, it also generates cooling and dehumidifies as well.

Maintenance Requirements:

Filters can be removed and cleaned under a faucet annually to remove build up. Otherwise an annual service appointment to test and clean, just like for an AC unit, it recommended.

Efficiency or Sustainability Improvements:

100% spray foam insulated. Heat pump hot water heater. New energy efficient windows. 100% LED lighting. All EnergyStar appliances. EV charging station added.

My Motivation:

Most cost effective way to heat and cool the home.


Definitely something to consider if you want to heat/cool a drafty room or upgrade your home.

Experience with Installer:


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