Wood Stove Replacement Program

We are proudly partnered and accepting rebate vouchers from the Southwest Clean Air Agency for the wood stove replacement program.

The Southwest Clean Air Agency (SWCAA), in conjunction with the Washington Department of Ecology (DOE), is offering financial incentives in amounts ranging from $350 to $6000 for homeowners within the Urban Growth Areas (UGAs) of Vancouver, Camas, Washougal, Ridgefield, Battle Ground, Yacolt, Chehalis and Centralia who wish to replace or remove an old wood stove or wood-burning fireplace insert which is installed in the home and does not meet the current emission limits set by the State of Washington (Washington Administrative Code, Chapter 173-433-100).

The program is composed of two (2) options:

Simply visit swcleanair.org to learn more about this wood stove replacement or removal rebate program to see if you qualify.

The program is active at this time and will expire on June 30, 2021, or when grant funding is exhausted, whichever occurs first.

Information provided by Experts Heating and Cooling, Inc. and swcleanair.org

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