Heat Pumps + Rebates Greater Vancouver in BC
If you currently heat your home with natural gas, oil, or propane, you could be eligible for up to $17,600 in rebates for switching to an electric heat pump. Get in touch with us to find out if you qualify for this rebate.
A heat pump is one of the most energy-efficient heating equipment you can use to reduce your carbon footprint. A heat pump can be a reliable heating and cooling source in moderate climates.
The Benefits of Investing in a Heat Pump
Space heating accounts for over 60% of Canada’s energy use, and switching to more energy-efficient options like heat pumps can reduce your carbon footprint. It’s important to consider the long-term operating costs of a product in addition to its purchase price when making a decision.
Heat pumps are a reliable source of heating and cooling for many homes in moderate climates. In colder climates, heat pumps that are designed to handle the colder temperatures are more efficient and require fewer supplementary heating sources. Heat pumps work by using electricity to transfer heat from a cooler area to a warmer area.
An energy advisor or contractor can help you estimate the potential savings you could achieve by using a heat pump in your area. While heat pumps may have more components and be more expensive upfront than other heating systems, some regions can recoup this added cost through energy savings and make significant GHG reductions in a relatively short period. Utility rates may vary in other regions, which could extend this period. Talk to an energy advisor to find out if a heat pump is right for you.