All-In-One Heating & Air Conditioning
There’s a good reason for why you keep hearing about heat pumps! These efficient systems are perfect for Massachusetts weather, cooling your home when it’s warm outside and heating your home when it’s cold.
What is A Heat Pump?
Heat pumps are powered by electricity and consists of an outdoor condenser connected to one/several indoor units (wall, floor, ceiling, and ducted units available).
In cooler months, a heat pump pulls heat from the cold outdoor air and transfers it indoors, and in warmer months, it pulls heat out of indoor air to cool your home. Because heat pumps handle both cooling and heating, homeowners don’t need to install separate systems to heat their homes.
Heat pumps do not burn fossil fuel like furnaces do, making them more environmentally friendly. They are powered by electricity and transfer heat using refrigerant to provide comfort year round.
Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps
1) Lower Heating & Air Conditioning Costs
Heat pump systems can be 2-3x more efficient than traditional systems such as oil, propane, or electric resistance. This efficiency translates to lower heating and cooling bills!
See How Much You Can Save!
2) Clean & Comfortable
Heat pumps are high efficiency, low emission systems AND provide all-in-one comfort: heating, cooling and dehumidification in one system.
Reduce your carbon footprint while improving comfort and efficiency in your home.
3) Increased Control Over Home Temperature
Heat or cool either individual rooms or your whole home. Plus, heat pumps are easily installed with or without ductwork.
Central Heat Pumps
Central heat pumps are a great way to keep your home comfortable while saving energy, regardless of the season!
Mini-Split Heat Pumps
Mini-split units are perfect for customers looking for room to room temperature control at an efficient cost!
Take Advantage of Mass Save and Municipal Utility Incentives!
Mass Save offers a 0% Interest Loan for 7 years up to $25,000 for National Grid, Eversource and Unitil customers. Qualifying installations may receive refunds of $1250/ton for partial heat pump installations or $10,000 for whole home heat pump installs. Municipal electric customer rebates vary by town.
Jay Moody HVAC lists all applicable MassSave and MuniHelps incentives within our written quotes!
Learn More When You Schedule a Free Consultation!
Meet with a member of Jay Moody HVAC’s management team to discuss your new system and receive a free quote!