Electric Forced-air furnace to air-source heat pump conversion rebate

For electric customers

Receive a $1,500 rebate from PSE when you replace your electric forced-air furnace with a qualifying energy-efficient air-source heat pump.

Do I qualify?


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Customer requirements
  • You must be a current PSE residential electric customer.
  • You must use an existing electric resistance forced-air furnace as your primary source of space heating.
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Equipment requirements
  • You must upgrade to an air-source heat pump system that is AHRI Certified® with an 8.5 HSPF or better.
  • This rebate is only available on new, qualifying equipment.
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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.
  • If you want to apply online, you must have an online PSE account.
  • Your rebate application must be submitted within 30 days of equipment installation.

If you don't qualify for this rebate, don't worry—you may qualify for PSE's air-source heat pump rebate.



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Air-source heat pump facts

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An air-source heat pump is a high-efficiency heating and cooling system that can deliver between one-and-a-half and three times more heat energy to a home than the electrical energy it uses.

A less efficient panel of electric coils kicks in to provide additional indoor heating when outdoor temperatures fall below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, so it's generally not a preferred system for regions with sub-freezing winter temperatures.



Did You Know

You should know. The installation of a heat pump or air conditioner can sometimes cause a fluctuation in the power supply when your equipment starts. This may result in a visible flicker of the lighting in your home or your neighbors' homes.

To ensure that your heat pump installation does not have a negative effect on power quality, it's important to discuss this issue with your contractor. For additional assistance, call a PSE Customer Construction Services specialist at 1-888-321-7779.