CLOSE Close

MySnoPUD Sign In


Not Enrolled?

Create a profile Make a one-time payment

Heating

Customers with electrically heated homes are eligible for rebates on heat pumps, which offer efficient heating in the winter and cooling in the summer. Have any questions? Call our Energy Hotline at 425-783-1700.

Jeanne Moen standing next to her heat pump outside her brick home
PUD customer standing next to her newly installed heat pump

How it works:

To be eligible, customers must own a single-family or manufactured home, or townhouse or condominium in a building with up to four attached dwellings. (Townhomes that do not vertically overlap are exempt from the number of units cap.)

All work must be completed by a PUD registered contractor. They include all rebates, including reduced pricing from local wholesalers and distributors, in your initial bill so you can collect the savings instantly. Your contractor then submits the rebate application and any supporting documentation, and is paid the rebate amount by PUD upon review, inspection, and approval.


Rebates for Heat Pumps

Did you know heat pumps are a very efficient way to both heat and cool your home? Compared to other common heating methods, including furnaces and electric baseboard heaters, heat pumps offer cost savings of 25–50% annually.

Rebate:
Ducted, Conversion — minimum 9 HSPF / 14 SEER: $1,500
Ducted, Inverter-Driven — minimum 10 HSPF / 14 SEER: $2,500

Requirements:
Must be installed by a PUD registered contractor
Electric heat must be a primary heating source

Find a contractor