Space Heating And Cooling

Just one unit for heating & cooling. Heat pumps do both.

Space heating is one of the largest generators of air pollution in California.

The Solution? Heat Pump Technology.

Instead of burning fuel, heat pumps use a refrigerant to move heat from one place to another, similar to your refrigerator. They are more efficient, more consistent, and offer more control. Plus, one heat pump can replace both your heating and your air conditioning units.

Bottom line? Heat pumps are a win across the board.

Find a contractor so you can take advantage of all the rebates and incentives in your area.

Download our Heat Pump Space Heating Fact Sheet.

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Did you know that heating and cooling is the #1 biggest user of energy in your home? There’s a better, more efficient way to keep your home just the way you like it – a heat pump.

A heat pump can both cool and heat your home with a single system. Plus, heat pumps are up to 4x’s as efficient as a standard air conditioner or furnace, so you’ll use less energy to keep your home comfortable. You can also get better control in heating or cooling only the rooms you want.

Valuable incentives on heat pumps are available in your area now. It’s a great time to make the switch. Find a participating contractor to help you decide if a heat pump is the right choice for you.

Benefits of a heat pump system:

Highly Efficient

Saves You Energy


Cool or heat only the rooms you want


A single system can both heat and cool your home

No harmful emissions

Heat pumps are a cleaner alternative to gas furnaces and can keep you home safer and healthier

How does a heat pump work?

You already have a heat pump in your home — your refrigerator. A heat pump HVAC system works in a similar way. A heat pump moves the surrounding air through a compressor to either extract heat for cooling or collect heat for heating. Because it isn’t generating new heat by burning fuel, heat pumps are up to 4X’s more efficient than a conventional system – even in colder climates.