Heating and Cooling for Your Home
Want to be comfortable and save money all year? As much as 50 percent of your monthly utility bill goes to heat and cool your home. And, if you have an older, inefficient system, it can cost you hundreds of dollars more on your annual home energy costs. Now is the time to consider investing in an energy-efficient heat pump for your home. Georgia Power offers multiple rebates for your heating and cooling system purchase. Look below to find the rebate that best applies to you.
Benefits of a Heat Pump
- Most advanced and efficient heating and cooling system
- Keeps your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer
- Saves money on your monthly energy bills
- Lasts an average of 20 years
- More flexibility when building your home (no flues or vent pipes)
- Comes in a variety of types, so you can choose which one is best for your home
Choose the Best Heat Pump for Your Home
Air Source Heat Pump uses an outdoor unit and outside air to transfer heat. It is the most common electric heat pump.
Geothermal Heat Pump uses the near-constant temperature of the earth for its heat source. It uses special water piping and the earth to transfer heat.
VRF systems, also known as ductless systems, allow one outdoor condensing unit to be connected to multiple indoor units. VRFs give each zone the power to control its own temperature. Heating and cooling can occur simultaneously with a VRF system.
For more information about heat pump options, visit our Learn More About page. For questions or to notify us of your installation, please call 1-800-524-2421.
|Heat Pump: Converting From a Natural Gas Furnace||Heating and Cooling||Up to $250|
*Please provide the following information: account number, full name, address, phone number and the installing contractor’s name and phone number.
Locate a DealerFor a list of participating heating and cooling dealers in your area, call 1-800-524-2421 for more information, or visit the following links:
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