Lower energy costs and increase your comfort level with an energy-efficient heat pump. Installing an energy-efficient heat pump can keep your home comfortable while lowering your energy cost year round. It is the most advanced and efficient heating and cooling system available today.
Heat pumps are able to keep you warm in the winter while keeping you cool in the summer with the same advanced technology.
Rebate Info: SRE has a $400 rebate (for the first unit and $150 per unit for additional units) for members replacing an electric furnace or gas furnace with a new electric heat pump in a residential home they own. Manufactured homes do not qualify.
Choose the best heat pump for your home:
Air Source Heat Pump – This is the most common electric heat pump. The outdoor heat pump unit uses outdoor air to transfer heat and either heat or cool your home. There are two types of air source heat pumps: the packaged heat pump, which are self contained, and split system heat pumps, which are more common and are made up of an inside and outside unit.
Geothermal Heat Pump – This type of heat pump uses the near-constant temperature of the Earth’s ground or underground water to absorb or dissipate heat and keep the home at a steady, comfortable temperature.
Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) or Ductless Heat Pumps (ductless heat pumps) – These mini-split and multi-split systems function much like traditional heat pumps. A ductless system, however, has one or more wall or ceiling mounted indoor units that are connected to an outside unit by refrigerant lines.
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A Singing River Electric energy expert can partner with you to find just the right resources, rebates and information, to create an energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly home.
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Comfort Advantage is a recognized standard for energy-efficient construction and quality products for the home and business. The benefits of Comfort Advantage are promoted by electric cooperatives who provide electric service to more than 400,000 Mississippi homes and businesses.