The public is invited to attend a HeatSmart meeting at the Van Etten Community Center Heat pumps are an advancement because they can
The public is invited to attend a HeatSmart meeting at the Van Etten Community Center
Heat pumps are an advancement because they can heat, cool, and dehumidify your home with significant energy and cost efficiency, all with a push of a few buttons. Heat pumps work at all temperatures and unlike oil, propane or natural gas heaters, they do all those things with minimal environmental impacts.
But most of us don’t know much about heat pumps, and a lot of what people think they know is outdated or inaccurate information. We may know enough to be interested, but still not feel we know enough to understand the personal benefits of installing these new systems in our homes.
HeatSmart, which had its origins a few years back in the town of Caroline, is a non-profit community organization devoted to increasing home energy efficiency, saving people money and reducing the whole community’s carbon footprint. Staff and leadership at HeatSmart endeavor to provide simple information on the effectiveness, personal economic benefits, direct health benefits, and community environmental benefits of adopting heat pumps. HeatSmart can help you choose between different options with confidence.
🏡 Check our website to see later meetings, signup for our newsletter and learn about upcoming home tours featuring ground-source and air-source heat pumps http://www.heatsmarttompkins.org
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Van Etten Community Center
6 Gee St.