Rebate amounts and program requirements are subject to change without notice. All homes or businesses are subject to inspection and usage data analyzed by participating in energy efficiency programs. Any rebates will be applied to past due amounts owed CPI before payment is issued.
Electric forced air furnaces, baseboard, and wall heaters can be an inefficient and uncomfortable heat source for homes. We’re interested in helping our customers upgrade to a more energy efficient alternative, a ductless heating and cooling system. Eligible homeowners will receive a rebate upon installation of a system by a certified contractor (rebates depend on availability of funding). All homes are subject to inspection and usage data analyzed.
Why upgrade to a Ductless Heating and Cooling System?
Save Energy and Money Every Month
You could save 25% to 50% on your electric bill, depending on the characteristics of your home.
Experience a More Comfortable Home
An ultra-quiet fan evenly circulates air, eliminating hot and cold spots in rooms.
Low-Cost Easy Installation
Installation is quick, simple and inexpensive, which means little disruption to your home.
Systems Come Standard With Air Conditioning!
Enjoy year-round comfort with your ductless system’s built-in air conditioning.
Rebate amount (for site-built or manufactured homes): $1,000
Rebate amount (for new construction site-built only): $500
Ductless heat pump must have a minimum HSPF rating of 9 for existing homes and 10 for new homes. Eligible homes include only those with permanently installed electric heating except in the case of new construction. New construction site-built homes do not need backup electric heating to qualify. All systems must
1. Be installed on a dedicated electrical circuit,
2. Have refrigerant line protection on the entire length of exterior and insulated refrigerant lines,
3. Be installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications, including adherence to proper refrigerant charging and,
4. The contractor must have received NW Ductless certification.
Contact CPI at 541-929-8520 to learn more about eligibility and program details.
To find certified contractors and get more information on ductless heat pumps CLICK HERE.