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

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Quick Facts
Average Annual Savings

$500

Energy Needs Met

75% to 99%

of space heating

Energy Needs Met

100%

or more of air conditioning

Net Investment

$11,800

Return on Investment

6.8%

What You Need to Know

Description:

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.

Advice:

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

Experience with Installer:

Good.

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