Ardsley CAN by 2030!

We CAN reduce our carbon emissions 50% by 2030

CLEAN HEATING AND COOLING

Is your home chilly and drafty in the winter? Are some rooms are difficult to warm or cool? Were you thinking about installing central air conditioning for the summer? Do you have high energy bills? Are you about to undergo a home renovation or new construction? Is your heating and/or cooling system approaching end of life? If you said yes to any of the above, we have a solution for you.


From February through June Ardsley is sponsoring a Clean Heating and Cooling Campaign to help make your home EnergySmart. We're partnering with Sustainable Westchester to offer webinars and information about heat pumps, insulation, rebates and tax incentives, and much more.


We have a library of information to help you understand possibilities and options. Information on rebates can also be found here.


Questions? Ready to get started? Contact Sustainable Westchester at EnergySmartHomes@SustainableWestchester.org or call 914-242-4725, ext 122.

There are four great solutions for increasing the efficiency and comfort of your home - and all come with rebates ad tax incentives:

  1. HOME ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Houses that are energy efficient have lower operating costs, are more comfortable to live in, use less energy and are better suited for heat pumps. Reduce energy waste in your home with added insulation and air-sealing.


  1. AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMPS

Air source heat pumps extract heat from the air outside and distribute it inside your home. During warmer months, the process is reversed to provide cooling by pulling heat out of your interior space.


  1. GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS

Ground source heat pumps extract heat from the ground during cold weather via an underground pipe system, which is then distributed throughout your home. During warmer months, the process is reversed to provide cooling.


  1. HEAT PUMP HOT WATER HEATER

A heat pump hot water heater can provide reliable hot water for your home 2 to 3 times more efficiently than conventional storage or demand water heaters.