Complete Mechanical can assist our customers with qualifying for rebates for ductless heat pump systems in Seattle. Ductless heat pump systems are an energy efficient solution to retrofitting older homes and even for heating and cooling newer buildings.
A good place to begin looking for bargains and for rebates is at your local home supply store – the one that has a combination of appliances, do-it-yourself, and gardening items. Such stores – Lowes Lumber and Home Depot are two good examples of this store type – often retail heating and cooling devices, including heat pumps. Better yet, customers can often find information about rebates and tax credits displayed right next to the items. Such rebates are often manufacturer rebates – the kind where the customer will mail in proof-of-purchase and then receive a check in return. Another place to look for rebates is at your local electrical utility company. In Seattle, depending on where you live, that could be Puget Sound Energy or Snohomish PUD. Both have some impressive rebates for new installation of air type ductless heat pumps. Finally, there are the tax credits from State of Washington and from the federal government. Those won’t help a lot with the initial purchase price, but those credits will sure be handy when it comes time to figure up your income tax return. Finally, there is the best news: ductless heat pumps use less energy and therefore save you money every month.
If any of this sounds like something that would be of benefit to you, Complete Mechanical can help you to qualify for rebates for ductless heat pump systems in Seattle. Just give us a call at (206)337-2360 to set up an appointment. Our trained, licensed technical team will look at your requirements, recommend a heat pump size, and create an estimate.