Residential Heat Pump Rebates — Your Energy Advantage® Heat Pump Program
Heat pumps are one of the most efficient ways to heat your home. Tillamook PUD offers residential customers a rebate when installing a qualifying heat pump in a new home or converting an electric heating system to an energy efficient heat pump. Heat pumps must be installed by a Tillamook PUD-approved dealer.
Tillamook PUD will provide an energy audit on existing residences to determine other eligible measures for the home. Insulation of ceilings, floors, walls, and Energy Star® replacement windows are among the measures that may be recommended. After the audit, Tillamook PUD will send the customer an energy analysis.
PTCS Heat Pump Rebates for Single Family Residence
- PTCS Heat Pump Upgrade to an Air-Source Heat Pump installed in new construction, existing site-built, or manufactured residence — $500
- PTCS Heat Pump Upgrade to a Variable Speed Heat Pump installed in new construction, existing site-built, or manufactured residence — $700
- PTCS Heat Pump Conversion from electric furnace to an Air-Source Heat Pump installed in an existing site-built or manufactured residence — $1,400
- PTCS Heat Pump Conversion from electric furnace to a Variable Speed Heat Pump installed in an existing site-built or manufactured residence — $1,600
* Upgrade from existing heat pump or zonal electric resistance heat.
To be eligible for a rebate the Heat Pump must be installed by a Heat Pump Contractors.
Non-PTCS Heat Pump Rebates for Single Family Residences
- Heat Pump from any heat source — existing site-built or manufactured home — $500
- Heat Pump Conversion from electric furnace — existing site-built or manufactured home — $800
- Variable Speed Heat Pump from electric furnace — existing site-built or manufactured home — $1,000
Manufactured Homes — Steel Crossover Duct Required.
Ductless Heat Rebates for Single Family Residences
A ductless heat pump system is a highly efficient system that is easily installed as a new primary heat source for electrically heated homes. Ductless systems have three major parts: an indoor unit mounted on a wall, and outdoor unit that sits on the ground and a remote control that controls the unit. The indoor and outdoor units are connected by a small bundle of cables, including a refrigerant line. These cables require a 3″ hole in the wall for installation. Ductless systems have an ultra-quiet fan that circulates air evenly throughout living areas, eliminating hot and cold spots.
Residential Customer Incentives
|Building Type||Existing Heating System Type||Rebate|
|Site Built & Existing Manufactured Homes (11.0 HSPF)||Upgrade From DHP System||$100|
|Existing Site Built & Manufactured Homes (9.0 HSPF)||Any Heat Source||$500|
|Zonal Electric Heat||$800|
|Electric Forced-Air Furnace||$1,000|
|Existing Site Built Homes Installing Multiple Indoor Heads (8.2 HSPF)||Zonal Electric Heat||$1,000|
|Electric Forced-Air Furnace||$1,200|
To qualify for a PUD rebate, your home must have electric heat, and the ductless heat pump must be installed by a Tillamook PUD authorized ductless heat pump dealer.
The rebate program is a limited time offer, based on the availability of funds, and is subject to change without notice.
In addition, qualifying customers may borrow funds at 5% interest for up to five years. Rebate amount will be deducted from the loan amount requested. Customer will receive bids for recommended work from approved contractors, submit a loan application and supporting materials prior to receiving PUD authorization to proceed.