Heat Pumps

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Energy Efficient Heat Pumps

Heat pumps are one of the most energy efficient types of heating available today. A properly installed heat pump can deliver one-and-a-half to four times more heat energy to a home than it consumes. This is possible because heat pumps move heat rather than convert it from fuels such as natural gas, oil or propane. 

Inland is pleased to offer two heat pump rebate programs; ducted and ductless heat pumps.

Ducted units must be installed by a Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS) certified technician. This program is important because the installation test results required by Inland, ensure the system is functioning at top performance resulting in increased comfort and energy savings. In addition to performance optimization our contractor network offers a two year warranty guaranteeing proper function of the installed heat pump system effective the date of installation.

Ductless units must be installed by a NW Ductless Heat Pump Project certified technician. This program is  a regional effort to educate and promote the benefits of ductless heating systems between consumers, contractors, manufacturers, and utilities. For more information about this program scroll down and click on the Related Links - Going Ductless option.

Basic Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 8.2/SEER 14): $300

High Efficiency or Variable Speed Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 9+/SEER14+): 

                      New Construction/Replacement/Upgrade: $500

                      Adding to Electric Forced Air Furnace: $1,000

Ground Source Heat Pump: $2,500

Ductless Heat Pump replacing zonal heat: $800

Ductless Heat Pump replacing an electric forced air furnace: $1,000

Looking for a contractor? Scroll to the bottom of this page for complete listings in either ducted or ductless installations. 

For more information about equipment qualifications, please review the relevant application also located at the bottom of this page or contact an Energy Services representative.