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Ductless Heat Pumps


Heat Your Home for Less

With PUD help, customers with electric heat can upgrade to a ductless heat pump system that saves energy and money each month.

How to participate

  1. Review the brochure and guidelines
  2. Select a PUD Registered Contractor (online directory) and have your eligible DHP installed
  3. Complete the PUD rebate application and submit to the PUD within 90 days of purchase

If you have questions, you can call our Energy Hotline.

What is a ductless heat pump?

A ductless heat pump is a highly efficient heating and cooling system. It is easily installed as a new primary heat source for electrically heated homes. Ductless heat pumps are much safer, quieter and heat rooms evenly. Ductless systems heat and cool homes at a fraction of the cost of baseboards and wall heaters and do not require expensive and invasive ductwork. They require only a three-inch opening in the wall or ceiling. Installation is as simple as mounting the indoor and outdoor units, connecting the refrigerant lines, and making a few electrical connections. Click here to view how heat pump systems work.

What are the benefits of a Ductless Heat Pump system?

  • Save Energy and Money on Winter Electric Bills
    You could save 25% to 50% on your winter heating bills, depending on the characteristics of your home.
  • Make Your Home More Comfortable
    An ultra-quiet fan evenly circulates air, eliminating hot and cold spots in rooms and improving the comfort of your main living spaces.
  • Easy Upgrade, Big Impact
    Installation is quick and simple, which means little disruption to your home. Plus, a more efficient heating system is good for the environment, too.
  • Smart Investment
    The PUD’s $800 rebate plus $400 bonus make a Ductless Heat Pump system a smart investment for now and the future.
  • Get air conditioning without window units
    Ductless heat pumps provide both heating in the winter and cooling in the summer.