Heat Pumps in (VT) Vermont

Heat Pumps

Building Energy has experience working with, analyzing and installing heating systems of all kinds. As part of our audit process we test the efficiency of your home or buildings heating system and give you recommendations for alternative systems based on site specifics, budgetary constraints, and personal needs.

Sick of running your window air conditioner all summer? Feeling a little cold in the winter? Try out a Cold Climate Heat Pump. Not only do they offer heating for those winter months, but they air condition as well!


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  • The Rigg’s (Residential Insulation Case Study) Homeowner’s complaints “ Downstairs bedroom is cold, family room above garage is hot in summer.” Homeowner’s goals “Reduce ice buildup in the back of the house above kitchen. Lower energy costs. Reduce summer heat cost in family room.” Primary Issues: Ice Jambs on the north side of the house are being caused by insulation and air barrier gaps on the ...
  • Williston Passive Solar Home Case Study A Vision for New Construction The Williston Passive Solar Home was constructed by Building Energy for a family desiring a highly efficient home. It received a 5+ Star Rating from ENERGY STAR and was the most efficient home in Vermont that has been rated. It is a 3000 square foot home, complete with highly efficient insulation, ...
  • Darrel Duffy – Wood boiler installation Monkton Case Study Client Darrel Duffy Structure Ranch style house Wood Boiler “We installed our Tarm Solo Plus 40 back at the beginning of January and since then we have loved staying warm.” Before “Prior to January 5th we heated our 2800 sq ft ranch with propane and had to keep the heat at 62 degrees during the day and 59 at night just to ...
  • Efficiency Electric Heating with Air Source Heat Pumps Case Study Heat Pump Installation Saves $1,200 Annually in Waltham Watch the video below to learn how Building Energy helped the Melnick’s in Waltham, Vermont save BIG ($1,200 annually to be exact). The Melnick’s realized that a heat pump was a good option for them after they had and energy audit done by one of Building Energy’s BPI certified ...
  • Bill Moller – Residential Solar PV Case Study Residential Client Bill Moller Location Hinesburg, VT Structure A two-story house Installation Date July 2011 System Details System Type: Utility Interactive Photovoltaic System without Batteries Rated Capacity: 8.64 kilowatts Modules: (36) SolarWorld SW240, 25-year power warranty Inverter: SMA SB8000US, 8000-Watt Grid-tie inverter, 96% efficient Racking: Unirac SolarMount with Ecofasten Flashing Plates Predicted Savings Expect to generate nearly 10,000 kilowatt-hours annually ($2,000 under SolarGMP) Related Images
  • Leunigs Bistro – Commercial Solar PV Case Study Client Leunigs Bistro Location Burlington Structure A four-Story historic building in Downtown District Installation Date December 2010 System Details System Type: Utility Interactive PV System without Batteries Rated Capacity: 26.4 kilowatts Modules: (120) Sanyo HIT220, 20-year warranty Inverters: (4) SMA SB7000US, 7000-Watt Each, Grid-tie Inverters Racking on North Roof: Low-Profile Rack with Tilt Legs Racking on South Roof: Flush-mount Rack with 12″ Stand-off Posts Predicted Savings Designed to produce 28,000 kilowatt-hours ...

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