🔥 fact: ⅔ of home energy use is for heating and hot water.
🔥🔥🔥 fact: Harvest deletes 90% of those emissions.
Oh, and it saves 30% on energy bills.
If your gas furnace is making you uncomfortable, we’ve got just the thing for you. We call it a Smart Thermal Battery.
Get comfy with the smartest heater on Earth.
Our hyper-efficient heat pump uses grid electricity when it’s cheapest and cleanest to pull heat from the air (even if it’s cold out).
You’ve heard of storing energy in a AA battery. Our smart thermal battery™ stores heat in a water tank, which makes the heat pump way cheaper and cleaner.
The Harvest Pod® checks the forecast, learns your routine, and optimizes energy use just for your situation. A little sci-fi, a lot comfy.
Combo heat + hot water + storage means you’ll qualify for incentives your furnace couldn’t even dream of.
When Jane and Pierre’s furnace quit working in 2018, they went to work fixing everything about home heating.
Cheaper HVAC options totally exist. But none will save you (or Earth) more than Harvest.
Radiant heat? Smart thermostat? Ducts? Harvest will be right at home. Oh, and we also do A/C.
Hopeful news: Heat pumps are breakthrough. Global CO2 emissions are down. And Harvest's upfront costs are lower than a gas furnace and water heater.
Watch as Irbis HVAC takes us on a tour of a Harvest installation. They call it the future of home heating.
We look into the future of heat pump water heaters in Part 3 of our series on heat pump water heaters. How will their costs compare to gas? And what will grid flexibility mean to the homeowner with thermal storage in their tank? Pierre Delforge explains the economics of the electric grid why thermal storage gives consumers the biggest bang for their buck.
"[Harvest] exemplifies the benefits of combining underappreciated hardware with smart software."
Harvest's revolutionary HVAC and hot water system is uniquely eligible for incentives around $12,500 (sometimes even more). And that's before you start saving on monthly bills.
Our hyper-efficient heat pump knows what time it is. Harvest pulls energy off the grid when it's cheapest and cleanest, and stores it as hot water. You use that heat when you want it. You'll pay less, too.