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The list below represents independent businesses that have completed the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project Installer Orientation and agreed to comply with the installer requirements.*

The NW Ductless Heat Pump Project, including its utility members and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, Inc. cannot guarantee or ensure the quality of services or products provided or that the installers, also known as contractors, are properly certified and licensed. You are solely responsible for selecting the right installer for your needs. Once your installation is complete ensure the installer fills out the proper utility rebate form.

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Questions to Ask Your Installer

Being prepared with the right questions to ask will set you up for success when choosing an installer. Use this guide to help get you started.

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Ways to save on Ductless

Installing a ductless system is simple and affordable, thanks to utility rebates, tax credits and limited-time promotions on qualified units.

Ductless cost Savings

How to Analyze a Bid

A few simple tips can help you know what to look for in a ductless heat pump bid.

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Master Installer

Look for the orange Master Installer button to find an installer who has shown increased commitment to ductless system installation best practices in the Northwest.

Is Ductless right for your home?

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Is Ductless right for your home?

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  • Single-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,200 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Infrared panels/ceilings
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  • Two-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,600 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Electric forced air furnace
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  • Manufactured or mobile

    Is your home:

    • Electric baseboard/wall heating
    • Electric forced air furnace
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  • Split-level

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,400 sq. ft.
    • Electric forced air furnace (preferred)
    • Baseboard heating, infrared panel, wall heaters
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