Warm Your Home With A New Heat Pump
37% Less Cost to Heat Your Home… and You Gain A/C as a Bonus!
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Looking for a Heat Pump in New England? Let Colonial Insulation Do The Work!
- No Propane or Oil needed
- Decrease Your Energy Costs
- Ask about our Heat Pump / Spray Foam Insulation Packages!
We go above and beyond to properly size the equipment to your home. All installations are done by our team of factory trained technicians.
We offer a 12 Year Materials and Labor Waranty.
Qualify for tax credit by adding a heat pump…up to $1200 with our heat pump / spray foam package!
- More efficient & cost effective that other heating options
- Designed for demanding climates
- Enables unique temps for each room installed
We have 15+ years of collective knowledge and completed 10,000+ jobs.
All of our installers are carefully selected to be the best in the industry.
We provide warmth and safety throughout the New England area.
Our insulation will serve you for many, many years to come.
Heat Pump Benefits
In New Hampshire, utilizing a heat pump offers a myriad of benefits, especially given the region’s diverse climate. Heat pumps are renowned for their efficiency in both heating and cooling modes, making them ideal for the fluctuating weather patterns experienced in the state. During colder months, heat pumps extract heat from the outdoor air and transfer it inside, ensuring effective heating even in sub-zero temperatures.
One notable advantage of heat pumps is their energy efficiency. By leveraging the principles of thermodynamics, they can deliver more heat energy than the electrical energy they consume, contributing to lower utility bills and reduced environmental impact. This is particularly relevant in a state like New Hampshire, where winters can be harsh, necessitating constant heating.
Moreover, heat pumps can serve a dual purpose, functioning as air conditioners in the warmer months. This versatility provides year-round comfort and eliminates the need for separate heating and cooling systems, streamlining energy consumption and maintenance costs. Additionally, as heat pumps don’t rely on combustion processes, they produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, aligning with the state’s commitment to environmental sustainability. In essence, the adoption of heat pumps in New Hampshire not only enhances indoor comfort but also aligns with energy efficiency goals and environmental stewardship.
Spray foam insulation is the process of filling an area with a foam that adheres to the shape of its container. This type of insulation is resistant to fire, rot, mold and pest infestation, making it suitable for both residential and commercial use.
Cellulose insulation is an environmentally friendly, low cost material that is made mostly from recycled newspaper. It has high thermal resistance properties and can save on energy costs when compared to other types of insulation.
Fiberglass/Mineral Wool Insulation
Fiberglass and mineral wool insulation serves as an air barrier because the individual fibers are too large to fit through cracks and voids that may have developed in an existing building envelope. Fiberglass and mineral wool insulation can block airflow.
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Firestopping is the term used to define the products which are required for fire protection of structural systems. A void in a continuous barrier could allow a fire to spread throughout that void, thus compromising an entire building.