As rebate programs and tax credits for HVAC systems are subject to change without notice and can be complex, please contact us and speak with one of our sales representatives or customer service representative to verify programs currently available and which you may qualify for (virtually all have some requirement(s) that must be met). Here are a few though that you may want to take advantage of:
Attic Breeze Solar Ventilation Fans
-30% Federal Tax Credits for Attic Breeze Solar Powered Ventilation (www.atticbreeze.net)
The Energy Trust of Oregon 2013 Cash Incentives
-$250 cash incentives to qualifying homeowners who install heat pump advanced controls. You may be eligible for this program if you meet the following criteria:
-Your home is heated with electricity from Pacific Power of PGE. -Your home is primarily heated by an electric heat pump and electric forced air furnace. -Your home has no other heat source except for a fireplace or plug-in heater. Heating stoves and gas furnaces do not qualify. -You live in a single family, detached home on a permanent foundation. -You have lived in your home for at least one year and plan to live there for at least another two years. -You are not installing a new heat pump.
-Insulation – For ducts, 50% of cost up to $100.
-$125 gas tank, 0.67 Energy Factor (EF), or greater, must be Energy Star qualified
-$75 electric tank, 0.94 EF or greater and 20-year manufacturer’s warranty
-$35 electric tank, 0.93 EF or greater
-$500 heat pump water heater, must meet Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s
Northern Climate II Specification and replace an electric water heater.
-$450, upgrade from an electric furnace, baseboard, wall heater or ceiling heat: HSPF 9.0, or
-$250, upgrade a heat pump or replace non-electric heat (examples include: oil, propane or
wood): HSPF 9.0 or greater.
-Ductless Heat Pump
-$800 per residence, for homes with electric resistance heat.
-PTCS or CheckMe!
-$150 per test, new heat pump installations only.
-Direct Vent Gas Unit Heater
-$100, 80% AFUE
If you would like to learn more about the Energy Trust incentives including those not HVAC related, please go to www.energytrust.org.
Oregon Department of Energy 2013 Energy Tax Credits
-Electric Heat Pump Water Heater
-$600 max, WHE 1
-$837 max, WHE 2
-Gas Water Heater
-$224 max, WHG1/P .82
-$246 max, WHG2/P .85
-$352 max, 95 to 96.9% AFUE
-$492 max, 97% or greater AFUE
-Air-source Heat Pump
-HSPF 9.0, $450 (EER:12), $480 (EER:12.5), $510 (EER:13)
-HSPF 9.5, $450 (EER:12), $540 (EER:12.5), $570 (EER:13)
-HSPF 10.0, $450 (EER:12), $540 (EER:12.5), $645 (EER:13)
-Whole House Ventilation (HRV/ERV)
-Small SHRV1, Below 175 CFM, .75-1.1 EUI, $225 max
-Large HHRV1, Above 175 CFM, below .75 EUI, $330 max
-Small SHRV2, Below 175 CFM, .75 to 1.1 EUI, $450 max
-Large HHRV2, Above 175 CFM, below .75 EUI, $645 max
-Small SERV1, Below 175 CFM, .75-1.1 EUI, $225 max
-Large HERV1, Above 175 CFM, below .75 EUI, $330 max
-Small SERV2, Below 175 CFM, .75 to 1.1 EUI, $450 max
-Large HERV2, Above 175 CFM, below .75 EUI, $645 max
-Ductless Heat Pump (mini-split)
-HSPF 9, $350 6,000-17,999 btu, $700 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,040 30,000+ btu
-HSPF 10, $520 6,000-17,999 btu, $1,040 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,500 30,000+ btu
-HSPF 11, $700 6,000-17,999 btu, $1,390 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,500 30,000+ btu
-HSPF 12, $880 6,000-17,999 btu, $1,500 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,500 30,000+ btu
-HSPF 13, $1,050 6,000-17,999 btu, $1,500 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,500 30,000+ btu
-HSPF 14, $1,230 6,000-17,999 btu, $1,500 18,0000-29,9999 btu, $1,500 30,000+ btu
-Ground Loop Source Heat Pump system and upgrade of Ground Source Heat Pump
-3 ton and under, less than 40,000 BTU per hour output, $600 max
-4 ton, 40,000-49,999 BTU per hour output, $700 max
-5 ton, 50,000-64,999 BTU per hour output, $800 max
-6 ton and over, 65,000 and over BTU per hour output, $900 max
For more details on tax credits offered by the Oregon Department of energy, please go to their website at www.oregon.gov/ENERGY/ .
Douglas Electric Co-op Incentives
-Up to $1,000 on a heat pump
-Up to $1,000 on a ductless heat pump
Avista Utilities Incentives
-$200 for a 90% AFUE Gas Furnace
-$50 programmable thermostat