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Arctic Heat Pumps Explains The Grants For Heat Pumps in Nova Scotia and Maine

(12th December 2018) – Heat pumps have been around in Canada and the USA for over 50 years. However, Nova Scotia and Maine seem to be the hot spots in North America for heat pump installations. The growth of air to water heat pumps around the world has surpassed all the types of hydronic heat pumps including geothermal heat pumps. But in North America, a hydronic air to the water heat pump is relatively unheard of. One of the main reasons is that it is very slow to adopt hydronic heating as a superior heating source as compared to traditional forced air. Another reason is that the European building standards are simply higher than North American standards. They focus more on heating and cooling systems like heat pumps in Europe. In fact, cold weather inverter heat pumps have minimized substantially in cost throughout the world as their production increase.

Though more numbers of compressor manufacturers add Enhance Vapor Injection (EVI) and DC inverters to their lineup of products, the competitiveness drives down cost. Only Mitsubishi was manufactured EVI, but now almost every manufacturer has a competing cold weather compressor. The overall cost of installing average cold weather heat pumps in Nova Scotia using radiant floor heating is around $10,000 USD – which is less than half of the cost of similar installation 10 years ago. But the performance gets doubled in the same time frame ensure great ROI in the long run. This is why government funding and grants provided for heat pumps in Maine and Nova Scotia play a key role in the development of air to water heat pumps. Henceforth, Arctic Heat Pumps explains the government grants and funding of heat pumps in Nova Scotia and Maine.

“The heat pump grants in Nova Scotia are one of the strongest heat pump programs that have rebates up to $ 2500 for the installation of centralized heat pump using a hydronic air handler. This rebate is ideal for all homes no matter whatever the heating type. In fact, under the heat pump funding and grants in Maine, the homeowners installing an air source heat pump are eligible for $500 plus $250 for a second zone up to $750. This energy saving program is only applicable for ductless heat pumps. So you need to install hydronic fan coils to take proper advantage of the cold climate heat pump in Maine. For more information, please visit our website and contact us as soon as possible”, says a spokesperson for Arctic Heat Pumps. https://www.arcticheatpumps.com/analysis-of-heat-pumps-popularity-growth.html

About The Company –

Arctic Heat Pumps provides the most advanced and cost-effective air source heat pumps available on the market. Their heat pumps are able to heat your home, shop, office, and hot tub or pool. Using the industry best EVI – Enhanced Vapor Injection compressors with DC variable speed input, the heat pumps operate continuously even at a temperature of – 25degrees C or -15 F. For more details about their products, please browse their website at https://www.arcticheatpumps.com/.   
 
 

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  • Name: Dan Jung

    Company: Arctic Heat Pumps

    Telphone: 866-800-8123 , -

    Address: Contact Information –

    Arctic Heat Pumps

    E-Mail ID - sales@arcticheatpumps.com

    Phone No - +1 (866) 800-8123

    Website - https://www.arcticheatpumps.com/

    Email: arcticheatpumpsmkt@gmail.com