How to Get a Heat Pump with Nova Scotia Power 

If you’re looking to get a heat pump in Nova Scotia, there are many ways you can do it. 

One of the most common ways is to get a heat pump with Nova Scotia Power but that is not the only option.

In this article, you will learn the most common way people get heat pumps, and you can have your heat pump financing directly on your power bill.

In Nova Scotia, many heat pump companies are partnered up with Nova Scotia Power. 

Nova Scotia Power has a link to a contractor search tool where you can search for heat pump contractors in your area. (Here’s the link).

When using the tool, Nova Scotia Power will display the contractors in a random order each time you refresh the page. 

It’s for this reason that we recommend that before calling a company for a home assessment, you check out that company's reviews online.

The difference between getting a heat pump that works and one that doesn’t often times comes down to how well the installation job was done. 

It’s very important you get someone who knows what they are doing on the job.

Once you get someone in your home and you decide to move forward with the heat pump, you will need to submit an application of the amount of the heat pump to Nova Scotia power for the financing.

Typically the contractor will provide the paperwork and will have to scan off the document to Nova Scotia Power.

Nova Scotia Power will review your standing with them along with a soft credit check before approving you for their financing.

It can depend on how busy they are, but typically Nova Scotia Power will review your application within 2-7 days.

If you are approved by Nova Scotia Power, all that’s left is to touch base with the contractor you’ve chosen to work with to book a time where you can get your heat pump installed.

The reason many people choose to go finance their heat pumps with Nova Scotia Power is because the payments are done so easily. 

When financing with Nova Scotia Power, the payments for the heat pump will go onto your power bill.

You can choose the length of the term for the payments, anywhere from 1 year to 10 years with 7% interest.

Often times, depending on what heating source you are switching from, the payment can be covered from you savings from switching to a hat pump.

After you are approved for the financing plan with Nova Scotia Power, the installation is a simple job.

It depends exactly on what you got, but on many ductless heat pump jobs, the installation could be finished in about 5 hours.

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