Electric resistance to ductless heat pump conversion rebate

For electric customers

What you get

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Convert your electric resistance heating to a qualifying ductless heat pump system
$800 rebate value

Do I qualify?

customer requirements
Customer requirements
  • You must be a current PSE single family residential electric customer
  • You must currently heat your home with electric resistance heat: baseboard, cable or wall heater, electric hydronic or electric forced-air furnace.
Equipment requirements
Equipment requirements
  • Your new ductless system must be AHRI Certified® as a mini-split heat pump, have a minimum HSPF of 9.0, use inverter technology, and be a minimum of 1.0 ton in heating mode
  • At least one Indoor Head must be installed in the main living area of the home
  • This rebate is only available on new qualifying equipment
rebates requirements
Rebates requirements
  • You will need an electronic image of your paid installation invoice or purchase receipt for your installed product(s) with model numbers listed.
  • Your rebate application must be submitted within 30 days of equipment installation
  • If you want to apply online, you must have an online PSE account

These rebates apply to existing single family properties only. Single family new construction, multifamily (five or more attached units) and commercial accounts are not eligible.

For rebates for multifamily buildings, apartments or condos, click here.

Shopping for a new heat pump?

High-efficiency heat pumps are great option for upgrading your heating system even if you do not have electric resistance or electric forced air heating in your home.

PSE works with manufacturers, distributors, and contractors to provide discounts on high efficiency heat pumps.


Tip: Speak with your contractor regarding how this discount might apply to your HVAC project.

View qualifying models for possible pass-through discounts from your contractor.

Ductless heat pump facts

A ductless heat pump is a highly energy-efficient heating and cooling system that does not require ducts to carry conditioned air. They run efficiently and without energy losses associated with the ductwork of a central forced-air system. Going ductless is the most efficient option for areas of your home that you wish to condition in zones, new additions or for newer homes that only require a small space conditioning system.

Other benefits include:

  • Ductless heat pumps use between 25 and 50 percent less energy to heat your home
  • An ultra-quiet fan evenly circulates air, eliminating hot and cold spots
  • Installation in your home is inexpensive, simple and quick, which makes for little or no disruption
  • Ductless systems come standard with air conditioning, so you can get rid of window units


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