Ducted Air Source Heat Pump

Upgrade Your Comfort the Smart and Easy Way.

Enjoy the energy advantages of a new air-handler and condenser, while conveniently utilizing your home’s existing ductwork.

Why are Heat Pumps More Energy Efficient
Heat pumps are more energy efficient because it’s easier to extract and move existing energy than it is to create it. In the winter, refrigerant coils in the system absorb heat energy from the outdoors — yes, even cold air can supply heat energy! That heat energy is then concentrated through a compressor and pumped inside to efficiently heat up indoor spaces. In the summer, the same unit operates in reverse, cooling the indoors by absorbing the heat energy in the air and moving it outdoors. Instead of generating energy, you’re moving it — which is a much more efficient and economical process.

The Benefits of Heat Pump Technology
Don’t let the name “heat pump” throw you. Think of them as air conditioners that also work in reverse. When expertly sized to your home or business, this ALL-IN-ONE heating and cooling solution delivers the following benefits all year:

    One intelligent, innovative, dual-purpose system delivers ideal comfort no matter the season — quietly, sustainably and energy efficiently.
    Substantial incentives, energy efficiency and lower operating costs year-round make heat pumps a smart, economical and affordable choice that rapidly pays for itself.
    Breathing the fresh, filtered, humidified or dehumidified air that heat pumps can deliver is more vital than ever. They also reduce the worries of oil spills, gas leaks and carbon monoxide poisoning.
    No matter your setup — ducted or ductless — there’s a heat pump for you. Variable capacity and zone control technologies let you customize your comfort room-to-room.

What Size and Type of Heat Pump is Right for You?
Heat pumps come in a wide variety of sizes to cover the needs of most any home or business. There are partial-home and whole-home solutions for residents, and each earns different rebates. You can choose a ducted system that utilizes your existing ductwork or a ductless system if you have baseboard heating. Heat pumps are sized and configured to specific spaces, capacity needs and comfort preferences. Be sure to work with a certified PSEG Long Island Home Comfort Partner or expert contractor who can compute these load calculations correctly.

Already installed? 
Did you already install a heat pump unit but did not use a participating contractor? PSEG Long Island still wants to help! The Home Comfort program offers a fixed rebate amount of $150/qualifying heat pump unit installed by a nonparticipating HVAC contractor. Please download and complete the rebate application to submit your rebate request.

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Upgrade to Air Source Heat Pump Technology
To learn more about energy-efficient, money-saving and sustainable air source heat pumps, please call our Energy Efficiency Infoline at 1.800.692.2626 today.