The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (CEC) has announced that it will extend its rebates on qualifying air-source heat pumps through March 31, 2015. This program, which offers rebates of between $750 and $3,750 based on type and size, represents an excellent opportunity to save money on the purchase and installation of air-source heat pumps.

Air source heat pumps can use electricity and outside air temperatures to draw heated or cooled air into a home. Qualifying models include both central units, ductless split units and water heaters. The newest heat pump technologies can deliver 100% of their rated heat production in temperatures as low as 5°F, and can work to 75% of their rated maximums in temperatures as low as -13°F.
Ductless split units work as an excellent supplementary source of heated or cooled air for individual rooms or sections of your home where your primary systems does not provide optimal comfort. Boston Standard Company is a certified Mitsubishi Diamond Dealer, and we can help you take advantage of this excellent rebate program.

In addition to this rebate program, qualified products may also be eligible for additional rebates through the MassSave CoolSmart program, as well as no-interest loans from MassSave that can be used for the purchase and installation of these systems.

This is a great way to lower your utility bills, improve the comfort of your home and take advantage of multiple rebate and finance programs. The MassCEC rebate extension is only available through March 31, 2015, so now is the time to think about improving the comfort and efficiency of your home.

If you would like more information about the MassCEC rebate, or other rebate and financing programs that will enable you to add a clean, efficient heat pump to your home heating and cooling plant, or are interested in replacing your current system with a heat pump, give us a call at Boston Standard Plumbing & Heating at (617) 362-0377 anytime. We’ll set up a consultation for you and help you decide whether a heat pump is right for you!

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