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get up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates and savings

Get up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates and savings.

AtlasCare is always there to help you save on service.

Heat pumps, mini splits, ductless air conditioning systems: whatever you call them, they’re designed to help you save money and energy while meeting your home comfort needs all year round.

  • High-efficiency operation and cost savings
  • Capable of both heating and cooling
  • Ideal home comfort systems for houses with no ductwork
  • Switching from propane, oil or gas? These electric systems are perfect
  • Compact size for convenient saved space
  • Long lifespan

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Up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates and savings in your pocket.

get up to $8,000 in heat pump rebates and savings

The cost savings keep coming.

Right now, for a limited time, you can get up to $8,000 in rebates and savings on a new home heat pump system – plus, make no payments and pay no interest for 12 months.

Don’t wait. Get this great deal on a hybrid, all-season home comfort solution today.

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The benefits of a heat pump for home comfort.

Heat pumps offer several advantages over traditional central home heating & air conditioning systems, including more energy & cost savings, a greener home, hybrid comfort and more.

More efficiency, more savings.

As we’ve mentioned, heat pumps are a highly energy efficient source of home comfort; they run on electricity, rather than gas, making them a much better choice for saving both energy & money every month.

A 2-in-1 home comfort combo.

One of the best benefits of heat pumps is their ability to act as a 2-in-1 home heating & cooling system: they keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer – simple as that!

Heat pumps work by absorbing & transferring heat energy from one source (outside your home) to another (inside your home). This is how they keep you warm in the winter.

In the summer, the process is simply reversed: the heat pump will find heat from inside your home, absorb it, and send it outside.

The end result: a year-round home heating and cooling solution in one package.

Long lasting system.

The average lifespan of a heat pump is approximately 15 years, which gives you a solid amount of time to enjoy the benefits of affordable year-round home comfort without worrying about reaching into your wallet for a full replacement.

Properly maintained and given regular tune-ups, heat pumps will provide you with a long life of worry-free, quality home heating & cooling service.

Ducted or ductless? We do both.

There are a variety of ways in which you can convert your home to heat pump technology, but the bottom line is that we can install heat pumps in homes with both ducted & ductless systems, as well as in homes with an electric baseboard system.

With so many options, we make switching to a more energy efficient & cost-effective solution like heat pumps simple.

Options for improved indoor air quality.

On top of the advantages of hybrid comfort, energy efficiency, cost savings & a long lifespan, heat pumps also offer options for improved indoor air quality: many units can provide air flow & dehumidifying, as well as enhanced filtration, to help you & your family breathe easier at home.

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How do heat pump rebates and savings work?

You may be eligible for rebates and savings with the purchase & installation of a home heat pump system.

The government of Ontario has implemented this rebate program in order to encourage more home & cottage owners to convert to a more energy efficient, cost-effective home comfort solution.

The pros at AtlasCare are helping homeowners make this switch by offering an exclusive, limited time offer that includes up to $8,000 in rebates and savings, PLUS no payments and no interest on your new home heat pump system for the first 12 months.

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Save on a new home heat pump system today.

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