Upgrade From Gas Heat To A Heat Pump And Qualify For A $3,000 Rebate!

Upgrade to Heat Pump

Making the switch from gas heat to a heat pump could mean big savings on your energy bills! Not only that, but you could also qualify for a $3,000 rebate by making the switch. If your home has gas heat, upgrading to a heat pump could be the perfect solution for keeping your energy bills under control and still enjoying all of the benefits that come with heating your house and helping the environment.

Benefits of a Heat Pump vs. Gas

There are a number of benefits to upgrading to an electric heat pump. First and foremost, electric heat pumps are much more energy-efficient than gas heating systems. They help you save a lot of money on your energy bills. Additionally, electric heat pumps don’t produce any emissions, making them a more environmentally friendly option than gas heating. Finally, electric heat pumps often come with warranty and rebate programs, making them a more affordable option in the long run.

Cost of Electric Heat Pumps vs. Gas Heat

When it comes to comparing the costs of gas and electric heat pumps, it’s important to consider a few different factors. First, electric heat pumps are often cheaper to buy and install. The average price for a new gas heater is between $1,200 and $2,400, while an electric heat pump is generally in the range of $700 to $2,000. Installation for a natural furnace can range around $5,500, while an electric heat pump installation is often around $3,000.

The monthly cost of operating a furnace is often less than an electric heat pump; however, a homeowner must also take the improved efficiency of the heat pump into consideration. Plus, California is offering amazing incentives to switch to heat pumps as a way to balance out the cost.

Ultimately, the best way to determine which type of heat pump is right for your home is to compare the costs and benefits of both options. Contact a local contractor to learn more about the cost and efficiency of electric vs. gas heating systems.

TECH Rebate
Heat pump rebate

What is the California rebate for upgrading to an Electric Heat Pump?

The Energy Solutions TECH Incentives program is designed to make it easier for customers to enjoy the benefits of new energy-efficient technologies by offering rebates on qualifying heating and cooling equipment and water heaters. It is a win-win situation where homeowners receive efficient appliances while also reducing Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This $3,000 rebate is currently active, and if you currently have gas heat, you can qualify and take advantage of this amazing deal.

More About Heat Pumps

-Heat pumps last longer than furnaces. The lifespan of a gas heating system is about 10 to 20 years, while an electric heat pump lifespan is about 20 to 30 years.

-Gas heaters need a chimney, ducts and vents throughout the home. Electric heat pump installation is easier as their designs are simpler.

-Air quality in the home is often better with electric heat systems. With gas furnaces, there is always the worry of carbon monoxide exposure.

-Electric heat pumps are quieter than gas furnaces.

-Heat pumps require less maintenance since they have no burner to inspect or clean annually.

Install an Electric Heat Pump in Your Home

In today’s world, it can sometimes seem as though there are more negatives to the “old way of doing things.” If you install a gas heating system in your home and want to make sure that you enjoy all the benefits that come with electric heat pump systems but don’t want to pay for expensive installation or any other upfront costs, then we have good news! The Energy Solutions TECH Incentives program is designed to help qualifying homeowners receive rebates on qualifying heating and cooling equipment and water heaters. This $3,000 rebate covers an entire new electric heat pump system for your house — gas furnaces just aren’t worth it anymore! Contact Anthem Heating and Cooling today about upgrading from gas to electric!

If you live around the Coachella Valley area – Indio, Indian Wells, Palm Desert, or La Quinta – a reputable heating and air conditioning repair and provider is nearby.

Let Anthem Heating & Air help with all your air conditioning and heating questions and needs! Visit us at www.anthemcv.com/ or call now at (760) 895-2621.