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Ductless Heat Pump Rebate

If you're currently heating your home with electric resistance baseboards, wall heaters, or an electric furnace, Seattle City Light can help you upgrade to a Ductless Heating and Cooling System with a $1,200 rebate.

A Ductless Heating and Cooling System is an energy-efficient primary heat source for electrically heated homes that can heat and cool homes at a fraction of the cost. They're also safer, quieter and heat rooms evenly. Click here to see our Ductless Heat Pump Program Fact Sheet.

Benefits of a Ductless Heat Pump:

  • Saves energy and reduces monthly expenses
  • Easy to install
  • Extremely comfortable and ultra-quiet
  • Built in air conditioner
  • Remote included
  • No ductwork needed

Eligibility:

  • Home must be a single family residence (1-4 units) located in SCL service area.
  • Home's primary heat source must be electric zone heat such as baseboards, Cadet or King wall heaters; or an electric furnace [NOTE: homes with gas or oil furnaces are not eligible.]

How to Get Started:

  1. Visit www.goingductless.com to learn more about the program and to see if a ductless heat pump is right for you.
  2. Get bids from participating contractors. Search here for a participating contractor.
  3. Fill out and submit the Homeowner Participation Request Form to request pre-approval before installation.
  4. Once you have received pre-approval, Seattle City Light will issue you an Authorization Code via mail and/or email. IMPORTANT: You must receive an Authorization Code before installation. You will not be eligible for a rebate if the unit is installed without an Authorization Code.
  5. After installation is complete: Homeowner submits the Seattle City Light Rebate Form and the contractor submits the Contractor Invoice Form along with a copy of the paid invoice.
For questions about Seattle City Light Rebates, call 206-684-3800 or email SCLEnergyAdvisor@seattle.gov
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