Heat Pumps from the Energy Co-op

Over the last 10 years, the Energy Co-op has installed over 2,000 heat pumps for our customers and members in northern Vermont. The efficiency and reliability of heat pumps and dual heating and cooling properties have made them a popular choice and a great investment.

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Bosch outdoor unitsWhy Choose a Heat Pump?

There are many reasons why our members and customers choose heat pumps:

  • Lower heating fuel use: Cut your natural gas, oil or propane use by up to 70% and reduce your carbon footprint. With today's uncertain heating costs, your savings by installing a heat pump can be greater than ever.
  • Protection from future price spikes: Electricity prices are much more stable than oil and propane prices.
  • Lower heating costs: If you use propane, kerosene or fuel oil to heat your home, your overall costs will go down after installing a heat pump. While your electricity costs will go up, your heating fuel costs will go down more than the increase in your electricity bill.
  • Low-cost air conditioning: Heat pumps are twice as efficient as typical air conditioners, and much quieter than window units..
  • Better indoor air quality: Heat pumps filter the air inside your home year-round.

Ready to Learn More?

The experts at the Energy Co-op can help you determine if a heat pump is a good investment for your home.

We offer 2 types of heat pumps - Ducted and Ductless. To determine which type of system might be best for you, here are some key features:

Ducted heat pumps may be a good choice if:

  • Your home already has a hot air furnace with ductwork.
  • You want heating and cooling throughout the whole house.
  • You don't like how ductless heat pump indoor units look on the wall.
Ducted heat pumps

Ductless heat pump systems may be better if:

  • You want to lower the cost of heating your home.
  • You want to heat and cool only certain rooms in your home.
  • You want to replace a space heater or wood stove. 
  • Your home doesn't have ductwork.
  • You have a boiler as your central heating system.
  • You currently have electric resistant heat (such as baseboards or space heaters) and want more efficiency.
  • You need extra heating and cooling in just certain areas of your home or are adding a new addition.
Ductless Heat Pumps

Our service department will be happy to review the details of each choice and provide a free no-obligation quote for the option that is right for your home and your budget. Just fill out the contact form on this page or call us at 802-860-4090.


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