John Hesch of Shelton, WA, recently installed a ductless system. He says the installation process was straightforward and that using the system is "as easy as falling off a log."
Quiet, easy to use and energy efficient, ductless heat pumps provide home heating and cooling at a fraction of the cost of electric baseboard and wall heaters.
Ductless systems distribute warm or cool air quietly and evenly, making your living areas more comfortable. Installing a ductless system is low-cost and easy, which makes them an excellent option for replacing or supplementing existing electric systems.
Each ductless system consists of an outside unit and one or more inside "heads" that serves zones in your home. To learn more, visit www.goingductless.com or stop by our office to see a display model.
This program is available to residential PUD customers who meet the following requirements:
$1,000 rebate for approved installations in single-family site-built, manufactured or floating homes.
$800 rebate for approved installations in single-family site-built, manufactured or floating homes.
Tax credits may also be available for qualified systems. Consult your tax advisor or visit the Oregon Department of Energy webpage for rules regarding tax credits.
Ductless heat pumps must have a Heating Season Performance Factor (HSPF) of at least 9.0 for a system with a single indoor unit, or at least 8.0 for a system with multiple indoor units.
The indoor and outdoor units are connected by a small bundle of cables, including a refrigerant line, that require a 3-inch hole in the wall for installation.
We can help you determine if an energy-efficient ductless heat pump is right for you. To learn more, call (503) 366-5470 or email email@example.com.
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