Well-Connect Pays For Itself:

Well-Connect systems provide clean energy, improve home comfort and are convenient to operate and maintain, but perhaps their best value is that they can pay for themselves. Unlike other rural heating options, a Well-Connect can generate more annual savings on your heating and cooling bills than it costs to 100% finance the system. For no money down, you can have a Well-Connect.

As an example, an upper Midwest homeowner heating with propane can spend $2,200 per year. This same homeowner would only spend $630 to heat with a Well-Connect, saving $1,570 per year or 70%. The typical installed cost for a Well-Connect is $8,000. This amount 100% financed for 10 years would yield a monthly loan amount of about $83 or $1,000 per year. This homeowner would pay for the Well-Connect with the savings and keep the rest, $570, for 25% savings, with no money down, in the first year. Then over time, this savings would grow to 70% after the loan is paid off.

                1.5 Ton Unit       2.5 Ton Unit

                          (18,000 Btu/hour)              (30,000 Btu/hour)

Well-Connect Heat Pump                                                                 $5,893.00                            $6,611.00
(Sales tax not included)

Installation:

Professional installation cost for stand alone (ductless) and normal ducted hybrid applications typically ranges from $1,500 to $2,500. Any new ductwork or burying of the discharge may be additional.

Installation is usually completed in 1 day.

A ‘Do-It-Yourself’ installation is an option with material costs ranging from $300 to $700 typically.

A Well-Connect service representative can help you select the right system for your home to fit your budget and savings goals.

Call: 989-356-2113.

Incentives for Buying a Well-Connect:

Many states and regions have created a range of financial incentives and financing programs to make it easier to get a Well-Connect in your home. When homeowners use ultra-high efficiency, green methods and spend less on their energy bills, everyone wins. These incentives vary by region but range from hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars.

You can find a pretty comprehensive listing of incentives (both from the government and your local utility) at http://www.dsireusa.org/ using just your zip code to see what’s available in your area. The list can be a little daunting, so when you are ready to buy, our representatives can help you identify which ones you qualify for so you can take full advantage of what’s out there.

Electric Utility Incentives

Electric Utilities have also recognized the advantages of a Well-Connect in reducing emissions, smoothing electrical loads and improving overall energy efficiency and many utilities are offering incentives to encourage homeowners to make smart decisions. Some utilities offer cash rebates or credits when you install a Well-Connect, and most give a steeply discounted electricity rate to their customers. It’s always best to speak directly with your utility company though as new incentives are being added all of the time. Again, our representative can assist you with this.