Ducted heat pumps
A ducted heat pump can deliver 1.5 to over 3 times more heat energy to a home than the electric
energy it consumes. This is possible because a heat pump moves heat from the air rather
than converting it from a fuel, like in combustion heating systems. This cycle can be reversed in
the summer to cool your home. The mild Pacific Northwest climate provides ideal conditions for
high-efficiency heat pumps.
- Save energy and money
If you heat with electricity, a heat pump can reduce the amount of energy you use for heating by
as much as 30%-40%.
Heat pumps deliver constant, even temperatures and also balance humidity.
- Reliable performance
With routine maintenance, heat pumps are typically durable and highly reliable, and can deliver
service for 20 years or more.
- Quiet operation
Heat pumps are quiet inside and out.
- Proper installation
Our partnership in the ENERGY STAR® Quality Installation program
helps ensure that equipment
is installed properly and runs efficiently.
|Up to $9,000
Up to $7,000
*Non-electrically heated homes are eligible for a zero-interest loan only.
In addition to EWEB's rebates and loans, your new ducted heat pump may also be eligible for:
- All EWEB electric customers are eligible, regardless of their current heating system type.
- Non-electrically heated homes are eligible to apply for a zero-interest loan only (not a rebate).
- Signature of the home owner is required on the program application.
- Loan approval is based on EWEB credit history and credit report.
After you have been approved for the program by EWEB, solicit bids from
contractors participating in EWEB's
ducted heat pump program.
All contractors listed have been trained to follow the ENERGY STAR Quality
Installation guidelines to ensure your new system is installed correctly and
Use ENERGY STAR's installation bid comparison checklist
when soliciting bids. This useful tool includes a list of important questions to ask each
contractor and a convenient checklist for comparing bids.
Email EWEB's energy
experts or call (541) 685-7000 for more information and to get started.