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Do You Really Save Energy with a Heat Pump?

Homeowners in Massachusetts and Rhode Island know better than most that traditional home heating systems can cost an arm and a leg to operate. But did you know that modern heating and cooling systems can significantly reduce your energy use, and lower your monthly HVAC bills as a result?

How can other home HVAC systems like heat pumps save you money if you upgrade? Because of their impressive efficiency and a host of other benefits. Baylies Insulation has seen the proof — heat pumps and ductless mini splits can help you save big on energy use in your Fall River home.

What Makes Heat Pumps More Efficient?

There are a number of benefits to owning a heat pump, but their efficiency is one of their most-loved qualities. An efficient system like a heat pump doesn’t have to work as hard as traditional heating systems to achieve the same or better result. Furthermore, heat pump efficiency means that you’ll use less energy to condition the air in your New England home. 

Heat pumps rely on 100% electricity to operate, meaning you won’t have to make any more payments to the fuel companies, or worry about regular fuel deliveries. Electric systems are also great for the environment, meaning that you can feel good about contributing to a cleaner community for your family and friends.

But How Do Mini Splits Work?

Mini splits are composed of three essential components. The first is an indoor air handler which is mounted on an exterior wall in your home. The second is an outdoor unit, and the third is the refrigerant line that connects these two.

In the summertime, mini splits work by moving heat out of your home, instead of having to create cold air via combustion. In the wintertime, A ductless heat pump will find trace amounts of heat in outdoor air (even as cold as -13 degrees F), and transfer it into your home to create a warm and cozy environment. 

This brings us to another amazing advantage of heat pumps—their versatility! Ductless mini splits are able to heat and cool your home for year-round comfort. So is a ducted heat pump or a few mini splits an effective way to heat AND cool your entire home? Yes! 

What Are All The Benefits of Adding a Heat Pump From Baylies?

Still considering whether a heat pump is right for your house? As heat pump experts, Baylies know that there are many benefits to upgrading your HVAC to a ducted heat pump or ductless mini split, including:

  • Whisper-quiet operation
  • Versatile heating and cooling
  • Efficient operation does more for home comfort with less
  • Improved indoor air quality with built-in air filtration
  • Better for the environment

If you’re installing one or more mini splits, or adding a heat pump to your existing ductwork, installation is also quick and easy. Baylies can also make your home even easier to heat and cool by adding air sealing and insulation to improve your home’s comfort and efficiency overall. 

MA Homeowners Can Save More with the Mass Save Heat Pump Rebate! 

Homeowners from Worcester to Fall River and throughout Massachusetts can qualify for instant rebates of up to $15,000 on heat pumps for your home with installation from Baylies. Our team will handle all the paperwork for you so you can enjoy your rebate and not worry about anything else. Schedule your no-cost consultation today to learn how you can upgrade to a heat pump this summer. Call 774-319-1593 or contact us online today!