The latest heating and cooling technologies are quality investments in innovative, modern machines. When you upgrade your home, you save energy too. Plus, heat pumps are fancy.
Electrifying your home can save you money year-round. And for many upgrades, there are now big discounts, tax credits, and low-cost financing options available. Win-win.
Create a safer, healthier home for you and yours by eliminating explosive fuels and reducing air pollution inside your home. You can do it!
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Whether you’re a homeowner or renter, there’s no better time to get started than right now. But it’s tricky to know what to do first. We’re here to help.
Want a car or truck that’s better, faster, and cleaner?
Want a stove that’s better and healthier?
Want an A/C and furnace that’s better and more efficient?
Want a water heater that is 3x more efficient?
Want to power your home with limitless solar energy?
Want to purchase renewable energy through community solar?
Electrify now and save thousands. (Yes, thousands!) Switch to electric appliances, purchase electric vehicles, install rooftop solar and clean home energy, and more! Many Inflation Reduction Act incentives are available right now. Many more are coming soon! See how much you’ll get with our IRA savings calculator.
The best way to electrify your home is with the help of a trusted, qualified contractor. Here’s why:
Contractors can provide guidance on how to sequence your home electrification projects so that your shiny new appliances will be installed on time and on budget.
Contractors can share all the ways you can maximize your savings through tax credits, refunds, and other funding options.
Electrification can be hard work. And, every house is different. A contractor can help you dream up a comfortable and energy-efficient home.
What other contractor-related guides, products, or services would you find valuable? (And if you’re a contractor, we’d love to hear from you, too.) Let us know!
It’s a no-brainer. I electrified my house 4 years ago it’s worth the savings, in your wallet. Not just [for] the environment. Batteries are on order.
We got our induction unit about a year ago, and it’s awesome. Super responsive, gives you actual low stable heat, boils water (for corn / pasta) so fast, easy to clean as nothing burns onto it, doesn't heat up the kitchen in the summer. A++ would do again.
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