Heat Pumps in Vermont

Heat pumps are catching on fast in the Green Mountain State. They are very energy efficient and require little maintenance, so it's no wonder they're becoming popular with Vermonters looking for affordable, year-round heating and air conditioning.

When you install a heat pump in your home, you enjoy these benefits:

  • Lower heating fuel use: Cut your natural gas, oil or propane use by up to 70% and reduce your carbon footprint.
  • Protection from future price spikes: Electricity prices are much more stable than oil and propane prices.
  • Lower propane bills: If you have a propane furnace or boiler, your overall heating bill will go down by about 30% after installing a heat pump.
  • Low-cost air conditioning: Heat pumps are twice as efficient as typical air conditioners, and much quieter than window units.
  • Comfort: Thanks to smart controls, heat pumps keep indoor temperatures within a comfortable range summer and winter.
  • Better indoor air quality: Heat pumps filter the air inside your home year-round.
  • Easy Installation: From start to finish, heat pumps are installed in just a few hours.

To find out if a heat pump is right for your home’s heating and cooling needs, sign up now for your no-cost, no-obligation site visit.

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Our Member Testimonials

  • Great Service

    I’m sitting in the annual meeting for the Energy Co-op. They've been supplying us with oil for years and great service. They will install a heat pump for us this December once the credit is available. I would highly recommend them!

    Maeve M., South Burlington, Vermont
  • Pleased with Our Heat Pump

    We are very pleased with our heat pump and heat pump water heater. Joe and the rest of the staff at the Energy Co-op of Vermont were very professional. They were honest about what their products would do, and about our options.

    Sue D., Colchester, Vermont

    Services Provided:

    Heat Pump Water Heaters
  • Efficiency Success Story

    We've been Co-op members since 2012. In 2005 after using 1,823 gallon of heating oil and five cords of wood for heat and hot water we set out on a long-term effort to bring our energy use under control.

    Chuck & Gaye, Jericho, Vermont

    Services Provided:

    Boiler Installation & Replacement
  • Committed to Reducing Fossil Fuel Footprint

    My wife and I are committed to reducing our fossil energy footprint, and have been heating our home with wood, trying to use our old oil burner only as backup. Unfortunately, this leaves some cold corners in the house, including our kid's room.

    Todd C. and Maeve McB., South Burlington, Vermont
  • Highly Recommend Heat Pumps

    Last September, the Energy Co-op installed two heat pumps for us – one to heat and cool our downstairs living space, one to heat our hot water. We are very, very happy with both units and highly recommend them.

    Rocky C., South Hero, Vermont
  • Answered All My Annoying Questions

    The Heat Pump is working good, remote controller set to 74 degrees, house indoors temp reads 75 degrees, outside temp 92 degrees. What's nice is this unit knows when to cool or heat the house automatically.

    Don R., Jeffersonville, Vermont
  • Generous Incentives for Heat Pumps

    We wanted to have a positive impact on our carbon footprint and heard that cold climate heat pumps are very efficient and work well for both heating and cooling. The Energy Co-op of Vermont helped me determine the best heat pump system for my home.

    Mike B., Richmond, VT