Going Ductless PUD Rebates

Why Install a Ductless Heat Pump?

  • Save energy and money while heating your home during the winter months.
  • Make your home more comfortable.
  • Systems come standard with air conditioning—no more window units!
Comfort in every room.

Learn more about the ductless heat pumps by visiting Going Ductless


Current Clark Public Utilities rebates and information

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates

Effective January 1, 2020

  • $800 rebate for the installation of a single or multi-head system (9.0 or greater HSPF)
  • $100 rebate for ductless heat pump replacement (11.0 or greater HSPF)

To Qualify for Your Rebate: You must be the homeowner and your home must have cable ceiling heat, baseboard heat, an electric furnace or wall heaters permanently installed.


Current Skamania PUD rebates and information

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates
  • Existing Site Built or Manufactured Homes Ductless Heat Pump (one per residence) $800 Existing zonal heat (baseboard, ceiling cable, wall, electric hydronic)
  • Existing Site Built or Manufactured Homes Ductless Heat Pump (one per residence) $1,000 Existing forced air electric

HOMEOWNER ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, the home must have permanently installed electric resistance heat as the primary heating system. Qualifying applications are Single Family & Manufactured Homes with zonal electric heat, Single Family and Manufactured Homes with electric forced air furnaces. A qualifying home cannot be a new construction site built home. A qualifying existing site built or existing manufactured home cannot have an existing Air Source Heat Pump, Geothermal Heat Pump, existing Ductless Heat Pump or Natural Gas Furnace to qualify for the rebate.

SYSTEM ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for incentive payment, ductless heat pumps installed must be: a split system heat pump employing an inverter-driven, variable speed compressor, a variable speed outdoor fan, and a multi-speed or variable speed indoor blower. The system must meet a Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) requirement of 9.0 for single head systems and 8.2 for multi-head systems. Additionally, indoor units using any type of field installed duct system are NOT eligible.


Contact Experts Heating and Cooling, Inc today to schedule a free estimate, and ask us if you qualify for ductless rebates (360)335-1699


Information provided by:

Clark Public Utilities, Skamania County Pud, and Goingductless.com

How ductless systems work

Ductless systems, also known as ductless heat pumps or ductless mini-splits, are highly efficient easily installed primary heating and cooling systems for electrically heated homes. They’re safe, durable and quiet, and they heat rooms evenly at a fraction of the cost of baseboard, wall and ceiling heat or electric furnaces.

Ductless systems utilize heat pump technology to distribute warm or cool air more quietly and efficiently than traditional electric heaters. With three main components (outdoor unit, indoor wall-mounted unit, remote control), ductless heat pumps are easily installed by a professional in less than a day and can reduce your electric heating costs by 25% -50% while keeping you comfortable all year long.

Ductless How it works

Ductless heating and cooling systems are reversible, two-way heat pump that simply take heat energy from on place and move it to another by compressing and expanding refrigerant. There are three main components:

1. Outdoor unit: connects to the indoor unit by a small bundle of cables, including a refrigerant line. The unit is placed outside of the home on ground level.

2. Indoor unit: mounted on a centrally located wall. One indoor head is enough to heat and cool an average-sized Northwest home.

3. Remote control: allows occupants to adjust the settings for maximum efficiency, comfort and control.

Installation is quick and easy. There is no need for expensive, invasive and often leaky duct work: A small 3-inch hold hidden behind the indoor unit is all that’s needed to connect it to the outdoor unit. Ductless systems do best when they are installed in a central location in your home. They work with your existing heating system to ensure that bedrooms and bathrooms are the perfect temperature.

Other types of heat pump include ducted heat pumps, ducted mini-splits and central air handler mini-splits. Talk to your electric utility or contractor to learn more about which type of heat pump would be best for your home.

Information provided by http://www.goingductless.com


Current Clark Public Ductless Rebates

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates:

  • $750 rebate for the installation of a single head system (9.0 or greater HSPF)
  • $1,000 rebate for the installation of a multi-head system (8.2 or greater HSPF)
  • $100 rebate for ductless heat pump replacement (11.0 or greater HSPF)

To Qualify for Your Rebate:

  • You must be the homeowner.
  • Your home must have cable ceiling heat, baseboard heat, an electric furnace or wall heaters permanently installed.
  • Must be installed by an approved contractor
  • You must be approved by the program for the rebate.

Information provided by www.clarkpublicutilities.com