Contact us to learn about the options available for you home.
After reading through our website, the best next step is to get in touch with one of staff so that we can help you understand your options. We are here to help, and we do not cost a penny. Contact us here.
Sign up for our Heat Pump Home Assessment to have us provide a free formal assessment of your home.
Our Energy Advisors can help you learn about heat pumps, find out how the different options could be configured for your home, determine what the cost and emissions savings are likely to be, and navigate the installation process. This is at no cost to the applicant. Sign up here.
Get in touch with local contractors to have them assess your home.
Whether or not you choose to have a home assessment conducted, you will need to get in touch with a contractor in order to receive a high quality, warrantied installation. You can find available installers in Juneau here. Most installations will also require an electrician to connect your heat pump, and you can find the available electricians in Juneau here.
Consider available incentives and financing options.
After you receive quotes from contractors, you might be surprised by the upfront costs. Luckily, there are incentives like grants and tax credits available for many households which can lower the upfront cost. In addition, there are many financing options which can let you spread out the cost of an installation over units useful life. Learn about these options here.
Make a decision on whether to move forward with an installation.
After receiving your quotes and considering your financing and incentive options, you will have all of the information you need to decide whether to move forward with a installation. Remember that you are more than welcome to contact our team at any point of the process, and if you choose to move forward with an installation, we would love to hear about your experience.