Heat Pumps save both money and energy. Should you buy one?
Thanks to money-saving incentives up to $8,000 courtesy of the Inflation Reduction Act, heat pumps are an increasingly appealing way for people in the U.S. to heat and cool their homes.
Despite the name, a heat pump can both heat and cool your home, taking the place of your furnace, air conditioner, or both. And because heat pumps don’t directly burn fossil fuels, installing one reduces both your carbon emissions and your monthly gas bill.
So, should you buy a heat pump? Read on to find out.