Like peanut butter and jelly, macaroni and cheese, and cookies and milk, some things just make sense together. Another (non-food) duo we’d add to the list: home electrification upgrades and solar energy.Read Guide “Heat Pump Before Solar Panels: Why It’s the Smart Choice”
“Heat Pumps Don’t Work in the Winter” – a myth
We hear it all the time: “heat pumps don’t work in the winter.” To that we say: “No, heat pumps used to not work very well in the winter.” Heat pump technology has come a LONG way in the past decade, rendering this belief no more than a myth.Read Guide “Heat Pumps Held Their Own During Arctic Blast in Colorado”
We helped our customers, Jon and Rachel, to electrify everything in their townhome without upgrading their standard 100 amp service panel. The solution helped them to stay on budget, and avoid major logistical hassles. We recently interviewed them about their experience with our home electrification service.Read Guide “Home Electrification Solutions – A Success Story”
Here at Elephant Energy, we consider ourselves cold-weather heat pump experts. Our small-but-mighty Boulder-Denver based team has installed cold climate heat pumps in hundreds of homes in Colorado and Massachusetts. With our customers encountering some of the coldest temperatures in the U.S., our installs have proven that heat pumps work (really well!) in cold climates. Plus, heat pumps are the most sustainable, cost-effective, comfortable way to heat and cool your home. That’s why we’re sharing our Ultimate Guide to Cold Climate Heat Pumps with everything you need to know about this awesome technology. Especially if you are considering upgrading your own home to include one.Read Guide “Ultimate Guide to Cold Climate, Air Source Heat Pumps”
Did you know that home energy use is responsible for roughly 32% of the average American’s carbon footprint? Home electrification (upgrading old gas appliances and replacing them with new, modern and efficient electric ones) is the #1 most impactful thing you can do to reduce your carbon footprint. Not only will electrifying everything in your home reduce your environmental impact and save you money, but it will also make your home more comfortable.Read Guide “Electrify Your Home in 5 Simple Steps”
Elephant Energy’s Guide to Heat Pump Water Heaters
Note: A lot of the information in this guide initially came from Carbon Switch‘s Hybrid Heat Pump Water Guide (with their permission). We have adapted it based on our experience installing dozens of hybrid heat pump water heaters in Colorado’s Front Range and New England.Read Guide “Ultimate Heat Pump Water Heater Guide”
Wondering how the Inflation Reduction Act will impact you financially? Want to gain a better understanding of home energy rebates and incentives will be available to you?
Read on for our guide on the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) tax credits and direct-pay rebates!