Looking for ways to get ahead of rising home-heating and -cooling costs? Allow Sensible Heating & Cooling to introduce you to air-source heat pumps (ASHP). Far less complex then the name implies, ASHPs make for extremely efficient and cost-effective heating and cooling solutions for homes of all sizes. By leveraging home A/C units, ASHPs convert cool outside air into warm inside temperatures in winter and reverse the cycle in summer. Under the right conditions, home-heating/cooling expenses are reduced by an estimated 50 percent, while delivering up to three times more heat energy than electrical energy consumed by the system.
If your home is outfitted with solar panels, combined with the benefits with ASHPs, the systems can work in tandem to heat and cool a home, ultimately making ASHPs an inexpensive system to operate. The combo takes you one step closer to achieving a reduced carbon footprint and solid return on your investment. Sensible is one of few HVAC companies with the experience necessary to install heat pumps for residential solar.
Added incentives for the deployment of ASHPs, like many energy-efficient solutions, are cash rebates from Xcel Energy and select Metro Area counties for the purchase of eligible, high-efficiency equipment. For complete details on available rebate offers, review Xcel Energy’s Programs & Rebates.
Sensible Heating & Cooling offers a wealth of experience and knowledge in traditional and geothermal residential HVAC systems. If you are interested in looking at options for your home that are more environmentally-friendly, and will save energy, give Sensible a call today at 720-876-7166. We always conduct complimentary consultations to determine if a geothermal or ASHP solution is right for your home.
About Sensible Heating & Cooling
Sensible Heating & Cooling is Denver’s Premier Heating & Cooling Company, offering a wealth of experience and knowledge in traditional HVAC, as well as alternative systems such as geothermal, heat pumps and boilers. To learn more about Sensible and take the virtual estimate survey, visit http://sensibleheat.net/.