Heat pumps are becoming more popular for residential housing with energy prices increasing and the need to reduce use of fossil fuel heating systems.
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Thinking about a home heat pump? New and expanded government incentives, coupled with sharply rising utility costs, make it more compelling.
Especially when used in connection with clean electricity sources like rooftop or community solar, a heat pump — a single electric appliance that can replace a homeowner’s traditional air conditioner and furnace system — can warm and cool a home with less planetary harm.
These investments are becoming more appealing to consumers, too, given inflation’s…