GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMP
“Saving from the ground up”
Are you looking for an economical, efficient, safe and environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home? If so, a ground source heat pump is the answer. Ground source heat pumps have the ability to take the heat stored in the earth and move it to the inside of your home. A unit sits in your basement and takes the place of your furnace. Water from your well or closed loop passes through the unit and heat is extracted from the water. In addition to being energy efficient, the heat pump will not only heat your home in the winter, but it will also cool your home in the summer. A heat pump on “Off Peak” rate can heat your home for ¼ the cost of heating with LP gas.
Find out how much a geothernal heat pump can save you by going to:
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ELECTRIC THERMAL STORAGE
“Off –Peak Heating”
Off-peak heating systems utilize Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) technology along with your Co-op’s off-peak electric rate to provide very affordable and comfortable heating. During off-peak hours when electric costs are low, ETS heating systems store electricity as heat for use in satisfying comfort requirements 24 hours per day. There are whole house and room unit off-peak heating systems available to meet the needs of your home or business.
“Saving Money on Your Heating Costs”
Heating costs are a big concern for all of us. Central Wisconsin Electric Cooperative implemented the Off-Peak Program to cut the cost of heating and reduce the Cooperative’s load during peak periods. Dual fuel is a system that combines two heating units. Electric heat combined with a second source allows members to utilize a lower special off peak electric rate to heat their home and thus reduce their heating costs. Electric units are fairly inexpensive and easy to install. A second electric meter is required. Please contact the co-op for more information.
We offer additional types of heating such as electric boiler systems, baseboard heating and Step Warmfloor systems.
We offer free quotes for installation and sizing and we can determine your annual heating costs. Central Wisconsin
Electric Cooperative members are eligible for heat rebates
on qualified systems.
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