Heat Pump Options
As much as 50 percent of your monthly utility bill goes to heat and cool your home. Now is the time to consider investing in an energy-efficient heat pump and take advantage of Georgia Power’s rebates for your heating and cooling system purchase.
Air Source Heat Pump uses an outdoor unit and outside air to transfer heat. It is the most common electric heat pump.
Geothermal Heat Pump uses the near-constant temperature of the earth for its heat source. It uses special water piping and the earth to transfer heat.
VRF systems, also known as ductless systems, allow one outdoor condensing unit to be connected to multiple indoor units. VRFs give each zone the power to control its own temperature, so heating and cooling can occur simultaneously.
Packaged HVAC systems make an attractive, low-cost solution for heating, cooling, and ventilation for commercial facilities.
More Helpful Information
Whether you’re looking to assess your energy usage, find valuable rebates, or make energy-efficient home improvements, Georgia Power has smart energy solutions to fit your needs.
Find an HVAC Dealer Near You
Licensed HVAC contractors and technicians are a good source for an energy-efficient, environmentally friendly home. Find participating heating and cooling dealers in your area.