"Pairing our new heat pumps with energy efficiency upgrades and solar panels have made us near net zero.”
-Michael H., Warwick, NY
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If you are in the market for improved heating and cooling or a better-insulated home, now is the time to leverage our local assistance. HeatSmart acts as a clearinghouse to explore your options, learn about the latest technology and to find funding to offset the cost of your improvements.
To get started call us at 914-302-7300 ext.1
Making the Switch More Affordable
Maximizing Your Savings
There are a variety of incentives available for energy efficiency and clean heating and cooling offered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), the Internal Revenue Service and your utility.
Concerned about making sure you get all the available discounts and rebates? Ask your installer about what options will be available to you—and for assistance on completing the necessary paperwork.
Below, you can find some details about the incentives and financing options, and how they help with the home improvement path you wish to take.
2020 Orange County Heat Pump Rebates
Incentive & Financing Questions
What financing options are available to me?
NYSERDA offers two loan products for clean heating and energy efficiency with a range of terms. The Smart Energy Loan, a more traditional loan, or the On-Bill Recovery Loan. The On-Bill Recovery Loan allows you to finance energy efficiency improvements to your home through a charge on your utility bill. Your repayment amount will be based on projected savings on your energy bill; essentially, paying the loan with your savings. Plus, the HeatSmart participating installers also offer private financing solutions. Ask them about what other opportunities may be available to you.
How much could I potentially save by installing clean heating and cooling?
How much can I expect to pay for a clean heating and cooling system?
The cost of a heat pump will vary depending on the type of system installed (geothermal, air source, ductless or ducted), how many zones you want to heat/cool, the size of your home, how well insulated it is and more. In general, a ductless heat pump will cost roughly $4,500 - $6,000 or more for every zone of your home you want to heat.
How can I save?
- All of the technologies endorsed by HeatSmart can lower your energy usage amd expenses.
There are significant rebates available for every improvement option through HeatSmart.
The heat pump partner-installers are offering a special campaign discount up front.