Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Ground Source / Air Source Heat Pump Rebate or Loan

Posted by: Sound Marketing on behalf of House Smart Home Improvements. 

This pilot program is currently only available to South Okanagan customers who receive their electricity bills directly from FortisBC. Contact FortisBC PowerSense to apply. View terms and conditions.

Ground source heat pump rebate or loan

A ground source heat pump can save you up to 65% on your home’s heating and cooling costs, and provide you with heat in the winter and cooling in the summer.
Solar energy stored in the ground is captured in a solution circulating through underground pipes and carried back to a heat pump installed inside your home.
The heat pump distributes heat indoors during cold weather, displacing conventional heating systems and collects it during hot weather, acting as an air conditioner.

Rebate & loan details

Rebate is calculated at $0.05 per kWh in savings, with an average rebate on a 4000 sq. ft. home being approximately $900. You can also apply for a loan of up to $5000 OAC financed over 10 years at 4.9%.
Apply for the rebate and loan through the Home Improvement Program.
Call for details at House Smart Home Improvements! 604-585-2020. We offer Free In-Home Consultations.

Air source heat pump rebate or loan

Living in BC has its advantages. But did you know that our climate in the Southern Interior is ideally suited to using a heat pump and could save you up to 40 per cent on your home’s heating and cooling costs?
Air source heat pumps absorb heat from the outdoor air in winter and removes heat from inside during the summer to create a comfortable space all year round resulting in comfortable, evenly distributed heat in the winter and cooler air circulating in the summer. Heat pumps are an efficient and renewable way to heat and cool your home.

Rebate & loan details

Take advantage of one of a number of incentives to help save money on the installation of an air source heat pump from FortisBC.

FortisBC Rebates

  • Air source heat pump: $200 per ton (or per 12,000 BTU’s) about $600 for an average home
  • Ductless heat pump: $300 per ton (or per 12,000 BTU’s) about $450 for an average home
To qualify for rebates or loans, the back-up heating system must be electric.

FortisBC  financing program

For more information visit: http://www.fortisbc.com/Electricity/PowerSense/Pages/default.aspx

House Smart Home Improvements are experienced professionals with an  A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. When it’s time to replace your windows, doors or furnaces and heat pumps, or to install  insulation, and other energy-efficient home upgrades,  give us a call. 604-585-2020
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