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Heat Pump Rebates

Install a high-efficiency heat pump—and get up to $10,000 back.*

Heat Pumps can efficiently heat your home in the winter and double as a cooling system in the summer – while lowering greenhouse gas emissions. As a Mass Save® partner, Revise can install your home heat pump and improve the comfort and energy costs of your home.

Heat Pumps

At its essence, a heat pump takes heat from one area and moves it to another. This is ‘greener’ and more efficient than burning fuels to create heat, as a furnace does. If you’re buying new, a heat pump will typically cost less than a furnace.

Despite the name, a heat pump doesn’t just heat. Your heat pump can function as an air conditioner, too. It simply reverses the process, removing heat from the air in your home and sending it outdoors.

Call Revise to install heat pumps as your primary source of heating and receive rebates up to $10,000 from the Sponsors of Mass Save®.

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How do you qualify for the heat pump rebate?


No-Cost Home Energy Assessment

Sign up for a No-Cost Home Energy Assessment

Upon getting a home energy assessment, Revise will determine and perform any and all potential insulation and weatherization improvements on your home.


Revise will also provide you with an estimate for installing a heat pump to improve the heating efficiency of your home.

  • Whole-home rebates are available to customers who install heat pumps as the sole source of heating and cooling. Download the Whole-Home Heat Pump Verification Form (pdf) for details.
  • Partial-home rebates are offered based on equipment size (tonnage) to customers who plan to keep an existing boiler or furnace in place to supplement a new heat pump system.

Ensuring a home has received sufficient weatherization is the best first step in any heating and cooling project. This is a requirement for whole-home rebates and may qualify customers pursuing partial-home rebates for an additional $500 bonus.
Sign up here to schedule an on-site or virtual, No-Cost Home Energy Assessment.

Ductless Heat Pumps

Ductless, mini-split-system heat pumps (mini-splits) make good retrofit add-ons to houses with "non-ducted" heating systems, such as hydronic (hot water heat), radiant panels, and space heaters (wood, kerosene, propane). They can also be a good choice for room additions where extending or installing distribution ductwork is not feasible, and for very efficient new homes that require only a small space conditioning system. Be sure to choose an ENERGY STAR® compliant unit and hire an installer familiar with the product and its installation.
Like standard air-source heat pumps, mini-splits have two main components -- an outdoor compressor/condenser and an indoor air-handling unit. A conduit, which houses the power cable, refrigerant tubing, suction tubing, and a condensate drain, links the outdoor and indoor units.

Ducted Heat Pumps

Ducted heat pumps move heat from the outdoor air into your home (or vice versa). After the heat is taken from its source, it is distributed throughout your home via a system of ducts. Ducted heat pumps are best for new construction as the installation can be tricky in a current space, potentially requiring renovation costs and mess.

Interested in 0% financing?

Apply for a Mass Save HEAT Loan prior to installing your equipment. The Sponsors® of Mass Save are buying down interest rates to make energy efficiency more affordable for Massachusetts residents. With our HEAT Loan, you could qualify for a loan of up to $25,000 toward qualified energy efficient home improvements with terms up to seven years, depending on your Sponsor and the loan provider. Heat pumps must be installed by a contractor participating in the Mass Save Heat Pump Installer Network in order to be eligible for HEAT Loan financing.

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