MassCEC’s whole-home air-source heat pump pilot has been running for five months now! The program will be open to applications until June 30, 2020 as long as there is available budget.
Who is Eligible for Whole-Home Pilot?
The pilot is available to new construction homes and existing homes that are served by natural gas. Projects must be sized to be capable of providing the sole source of heating in the home. Existing building projects may only include backup or supplemental heat from non-fossil fuel sources; New construction and gut renovation projects may not have any fossil fuel equipment installed in the home. Natural gas systems may remain in place in existing building projects, only to be used in case of emergency. The project site must be in a residential facility with one to four units. MassCEC offers additional incentives for applicants with income verification.
The Team at Casey Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. has been awarded the title of Mitsubishi Diamond Contractor by Mitsubishi Area Manager and S.G. Torrice Territory Manager
An extended warranty plan is one of the many perks of hiring a Diamond Contractor®. In the case of an M-Series ductless, the five-year limited warranty parts and seven-year compressor is upgraded to a twelve-year warranty when you choose a Diamond Contractor.
Contact Casey Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for your free consultation
Hi Richard Yes, we are a MASS SAVE installing contractor. Are you interested in the 84 Month 0% Heat Loan Program? I think you’re referring to a Mitsubishi wall mounted ductless heat pump system. Someone will be contacting you to discuss setting up an appointment.
Congratulations, guys. Looking forward to many years working together!
What is that the air purification heating and AC unit that hangs on the wall are you a credited installer for Mass Save Dave? Get back to me 781-588-5413
You can reduce your winter energy costs by upgrading to high-efficiency heating equipment. In addition to savings on your monthly bill, eligible customers can save on equipment costs with rebates of up to $2,750.