Ductless Rebates – Ductless Incentives

Did you say ductless rebates and incentives, on top of the already awesome savings? Yes!

But wait. Why would utility companies offer REBATES on these incredibly EFFICIENT UNITS? Wouldn’t they want our energy consumption to go up? No, actually. Because of our reliance on technology and high demand for energy, it’s hard for utility companies to keep up and are faced with two choices:

  1. Build more super expensive energy plants
  2. Offer people sweet cash, incentives to reduce energy consumption.

As an example, some states like Oregon residential energy tax credit An Oregon tax credit may be available. Tax credits are typically based on BTU savings and range from $350 up to $1500 for a ductless heat pump installation. Your certified ductless contractor is more than willing to help you determine the credits for which you may qualify. Oregon Cash Incentives also includes $800 from the Energy Trust of Oregon for homes replacing electric resistance heat, HSPF 9.0 or greater. Going ductless makes it easy to SAVE GREEN and BE GREEN!

If you’re wondering if you qualify for rebates and incentives, a certified ductless contractor will know how to help.  There are a number of different entities (manufacturers, governments, utility companies, etc.) that offer rebates for ductless heat pumps, so it’s definitely worth doing some research to see if you qualify.

Getting your system installed by a certified installer is key for most rebates programs, so make sure to hire a trained and certified Ductless Contractor.

Do you have any questions about ductless heat pump rebates? For more information contact a qualified Ductless Contractor near you or as they’ll be familiar with local programs for which you may qualify.

FAQ About Ductless Rebates and Incentives

Q: Why are there rebates on ductless mini split systems?
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the average American household spends 51 percent of its yearly energy budget on heating and cooling, such as HVAC equipment. Many houses in the United States still use old or inefficient HVAC systems, resulting in needless energy expenditures across the country. As a result, Congress passed the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPA 2005), which provides tax credits for ductless mini-split systems and other energy-efficient home improvements.

Q: What types of rebates are available for ductless heat pumps?
There are several different types of rebates available, depending on the organization offering them. In most cases, you’ll receive a rebate for the cost of the ductless heat pump itself, as well as for the installation costs.

Q: Who is eligible for ductless heat pump rebates?
Rebates are usually given to homeowners who switch to high efficiency heating and cooling equipment, such as a heat pump or ductless heat pump. Depending on where you live, you may qualify for multiple programs, so working with the guidance of an experienced contractor is essential to maximize your savings.

Q: How are rebates delivered to the homeowner?
Rebates may come in the form of instant cash, discounts added directly to your energy bill or a mail-in rebate, tax credit. Additionally, some rebates come directly from the manufacturer, utility companies, or from a non-profit organization that offers incentives to switch to energy-efficient systems.

Typically speaking, the higher the efficiency of the system the better the rebates, also many units that are ENERGY STAR rated may qualify for rebates.

Q: How long does it take to get a ductless heat pump rebate?
It can take anywhere from four to six weeks for the rebate to be processed and deposited into your account. However, the money you save on your energy bills will more than make up for the wait!

Q: What is the best way to apply for ductless heat pump rebates?
The best way to apply for ductless heat pump rebates is to contact a certified installer and have them help you with the process. They’ll be able to answer any questions you have and help ensure that you get the rebates you’re entitled to.

Q: Are there any other incentives available for ductless heat pumps?
In addition to rebates, there may also be other incentives available, such as tax credits, utility rebates, or financing options.

Q: Are ductless heat pumps more expensive than traditional heating systems?
Ductless Heat Pumps can be more expensive than traditional heating systems, but they offer many benefits that make them well worth the investment. In addition to being more energy-efficient, Ductless Mini Splits are also more environmentally friendly and can help reduce your carbon footprint.

Installing a Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump is a fantastic way to save money on your energy bills and help the environment. And with the rebates that are available, there’s never been a better time to install one! Contact a certified installer today to find how you can save money, save energy, and participate in available rebates and incentives.

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