How Does a Heat Pump Save Me Money on Oil if I have a Forced Air Furnace
Here’s a few quick notes from the video.
- The average home in HRM and across Nova Scotia with Oil Hot Water Baseboard spends $3,000 to $3,500 on oil a year
- 1/3rd of that amount is for hot water & 2/3rd is for heating
- That’s $2000 – $2300 on heat and about $1000 a year on hot water
- There are two types of central ducted heat pumps: Add-on units and replacement central ducted heat pumps
- Add-ons are a good option if you have a newer furnace
- Replacement units are good if you have an older furnace or would like to get off oil all together
- You will also enjoy air conditioning and dehumidification in the summer months
Book a Risk FREE in-home assessment with one of our Home Energy Specialists today by calling (902) 466-2887 or submitting to the form at the bottom of this page.
Assessments take 30-40 minutes and allow us to determine:
- Is you home a good fit for a heat pump?
- What sized heat pump is best for your home?
- Can your electrical service handle a heat pump
- How much could you potentially save?
- What it will cost to install a heat pump in your home