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Save Today and Save Tomorrow Before Installing a New HVAC System


Get Started If you are considering updating your heating or cooling system, it’s a good idea to seal and insulate your home first, before investing in new equipment. Weatherizing your home can offset the cost of new heating and cooling systems by making it possible to keep your home at a comfortable temperature year-round with smaller, less expensive equipment.

As part of NYSERDA’s Comfort Home Program, incentives from $1,000 to $4,000 may be available for the installation of seal and insulate packages. You’ll also qualify for up to $5,000 additional incentives if you install a heat pump, the healthier, cleaner way to heat and cool your home. And, when you install a heat pump within 12 months of completing your air sealing and insulation project, bonus incentives may be available from your contractor.

How it Works

It all starts with a no-fee consultation with a trained and qualified contractor who will help you select the improvement package that is right for you, including available rebates and financing. Comfort Home packages may include:

  • Sealing air leaks
  • Insulation upgrades for ceilings, floors, and walls
  • High performance windows

In addition, your Comfort Home contractor will provide you with information about clean heating and cooling heat pump equipment options for your home. If you decide to install a heat pump for heating and cooling, additional rebates are available.