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Connect with a Heat Pump Specialist at no-cost
Connect with a Heat Pump Specialist at no-cost
Multi-Service Solutions
  • Heating & Cooling

Are you interested in upgrading or supplementing your home’s heating or cooling system and want to explore clean, energy-efficient options? Consider a heat pump system.

Tens of thousands of Connecticut homes have had heat pumps installed because they are the most energy-efficient way to heat and cool. This clean technology is different from the conventional heating and air conditioning systems that you may be used to.

The Sponsors of Energize ConnecticutSM are here to help provide technical guidance and support.


Schedule a no-cost consultation with a Heat Pump Specialist where you can get assistance with:

  • Understanding how heat pumps work
  • Rebates & incentives offered by the Sponsors of Energize CT
  • Guidance on the best solution for your home
  • Working with contractors
  • Reviewing and comparing quotes


Our Heat Pump Specialists are building science and heating/cooling experts that can support customers at all stages of their project. To explore the advantages and considerations for your project, schedule a consultation:

Energize CT Heat Pump Consultation

Additional Details

Heat pumps can efficiently heat in the winter and double as a cooling system in the summer—while lowering greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Cost: Compared to heating with oil, propane, or electric resistance (baseboard), heat pumps can allow you to save money on energy expenses.
  • Convenience: Heat pumps provide all-in-one comfort: heating, cooling, and dehumidification in one unit.
  • Efficiency: Heat pumps can be up to 400% efficient—for every 1 unit of energy used to power a heat pump, up to 4 units of heat energy are supplied.
  • Environmental impact: Heat pumps help reduce your carbon footprint by emitting less greenhouse gases.
  • Efficiency first: Before upgrading your heating system, consider preliminary measures, such as sealing and insulating your ductwork or completing weatherization work.
  • Electrical usage: A heat pump is an electrical system, so running one will add to your electrical use. In many cases, that additional electrical use is offset by savings elsewhere, such as a propane or oil heating fuel bill.
  • Quality installation: Heat pumps work best when correctly sized and designed for your home. Working closely with a qualified contractor will help ensure your system is designed to meet your heating and cooling needs.