Welcome to the informational page for Comfort365! Here you will find all the information you need on this special program for Boulder County residents and you can learn all about air source heat pumps (ASHPs)—the cleaner alternative for heating and cooling your home. This site has FAQs, videos, testimonials, and information on the special limited-time rebate programs.

Comfort365 is Get a partnership between the City of Boulder and Boulder County’s EnergySmart Program to provide residents with a cleaner, more efficient, and more comfortable option to cool and heat their homes. Using EnergySmart’s established one-on-one advising model, Comfort365 pairs interested residents with their own personal expert advisor for free! Comfort365 helps residents to explore options for renewable heating and cooling and other home efficiency improvements, connect with EnergySmart-registered contractors, evaluate bids and get access to any and all rebates available for your exciting project.





What is an air source heat pump?

Air source heat pumps transfer heat in and out of buildings to provide heating and cooling in one system. They're not unlike air conditioners that can run in reverse, providing you with heat from the ambient air—even when it's below -10°F outside!

As a renewable heating and cooling technology, heat pumps are high-efficiency all-in-one cooling and heating systems that can help improve the comfort of your home while also reducing your greenhouse gas emissions!

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What is a heat pump water heater?

Heat pump technologies can do more than cool and heat your home: heat pump water heaters use draw heat from the ambient air to heat your home's hot water at efficiencies 2 to 3 times greater than standard electric water heaters. High-efficiency heat pump water heaters are also supported by EnergySmart rebates.

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How much does a heat pump cost? What kind of rebates are available?

Pricing will vary depending on your home and your needs: the cheapest air source heat pump applications start at around $4,000 before rebates and heat pump water heaters typically start at around $2,500. Additional rebates are available for both technologies from Boulder County's EnergySmart Program for all county residents, in addition to special rebates from the City of Boulder for city residents. These rebates are available for a limited time only on a first-come, first-served basis. Special financing options are also available from EnergySmart.

Learn more about rebate and financing options