Maybe you’re familiar with heat pumps or maybe they’re a new technology to you. Either way, there are plenty of misconceptions about how they work, how much they cost, and if they operate well in cold climates. We invite you to participate in a Heat Pump Myth Buster webinar sponsored by the Denver Climate Action, Sustainability, and Resiliency Office on April 19 at 9:30 a.m. Hear from Shawn LeMons from Mitsubishi about the latest in heat pump technology, and how this technology can meet the demands of even the coldest of Colorado winters. It’s free and you can sign up here.
Just to warm you up on the topic…
Heat pumps are the most efficient way to heat your home or business. If you currently rely on a gas furnace, electric baseboard heat, or propane boiler to heat your home or business, you could save money and conserve energy by converting to a high-efficiency heat pump system. In fact, heat pumps are up to 300 percent more efficient than traditional heating systems.
And, heat pumps aren’t just for heat. During the long, hot days of summer, a heat pump will cool your home and create a more comfortable space for your family and business, all with a single unit. Heat pumps also filter the indoor air in case we have another smokey summer. For the hottest news of all, CORE currently offers outstanding rebates for the installation of new heat pump systems.
Saving money and conserving energy is always cool.
Please enroll today for the free webinar; however, you don’t have to wait until the seminar to start learning. You can get warmed up on your knowledge at this informational heat pump page at Love Electric.
And, check out CORE’s 2023 rebates here or by contacting us through the form below.
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Heat pumps are three times more efficient than traditional heating systems and installing one at your home or business will save you money and will save pollutants from entering the atmosphere that contribute to climate change.
CORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to leading the Roaring Fork Valley to a carbon-free, net zero energy future.