Heating Your Home for Less
Did you know that heating and cooling your home can, on average, cost more than $900 a year—nearly half your home’s total energy bill?


A furnace breakdown during cold weather is the last thing anyone wants. If your furnace is over 15 years old or showing signs of breaking down, it may be time for a replacement. Plan ahead, do your research and schedule a contractor visit sooner than later, to avoid a costly winter emergency. If you’re interested in upgrading, our heating and cooling program offers incentives on qualifying furnaces, including dual-fuel heat pumps.

What are dual-fuel heat pumps?
Dual-fuel heat pumps run on electricity rather than natural gas and work with your furnace to provide ultra-efficient heating and cooling. Wisconsin homeowners are increasingly turning to dual-fuel systems because of the versatility and energy-saving performance. You get the highly efficient heating and cooling performance of a heat pump and the reliable cozy comfort of a gas furnace. For a quick explanation on how dual-fuel heat pumps work, check out our video.

Want even more heating options?
Electric ductless mini-split heat pumps are another energy-efficient choice. They generate air from a single device and distribute that air more efficiently than traditional natural gas heating systems and air conditioners. Find out more about heat pumps and how to choose the best one for your home.

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