PSE offers rebates on ductless heat pumps

  • Tuesday, July 23, 2019 2:04pm
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Puget Sound Energy is offering its highest instant rebates to date when homeowners upgrade to a ductless heat pump systems.

This savings is up front and can cut the cost of installation up to half for homeowners. As part of their Go Green Initiative, Puget Sound Energy is offering these rebates with the goal to convert homes, especially manufactured and mobile homes, to the most efficient heating and cooling systems, the ductless heat pump.

Rebate amounts vary depending on the type of home and system one is converting.

Customers installing or upgrading manufactured homes will save up to $2,400 up front. Customers with stick-built homes may save at least $800 with the instant rebate.

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