Including utility rebates, manufacturer promotions and rebates, tax credits or other money-saving offers in your marketing and customer communications can increase sales and improve customer satisfaction. For the most up-to-date information, view the partner promotions page.
Ductless Heat Pumps for Cold Climates
Cold-climate ductless heat pumps can provide comfortable heating when outdoor temperatures are as low as -15°F. The NW Ductless Heat Pump Project offers multiple resources to help you select, size, and install these systems to ensure maximum performance and energy savings for your customers. The Project’s resources include:
- An easy-to-reference guide on recommended installation practices (PDF | Blog)
- Recorded webinars with best practices for cold climate ductless installations
- Instructional videos on how to use NEEA’s free HVAC Sizing Tool to properly size a ductless system for your customers
- An in-depth document with information on specifications and installation recommendations for cold-climate ductless heat pumps in the Northwest. Find a simple table on page three that you can use for calculating the required heating load for your next installation
New to Ductless Heat Pumps?
Ductless heat pumps are more than just an additional business opportunity for you — they’re also a way for you to boost customer satisfaction through increased comfort, energy savings, and lower utility bills. If you’re new to ductless, here’s what you’ll need to know before getting started.
Join the Program
Interested in joining the Northwest Ductless Heat Pump Project? Our participating installers have access to marketing materials, sales tools, the image library and technical training and support. Plus, they receive a listing on our Installer Finder page to drive qualified leads to their company.
Qualifications and Requirements
To be listed on our Installer Finder, at least one representative per company is required to attend a NW Ductless Heat Pump Project Installer Orientation. Additional company representatives are encouraged to attend to increase your sales and customer satisfaction.
On April 1, 2022, the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project and GoingDuctless.com website, including the Find-an-Installer page, will retire.
Contractors: Contact your local electric utilities and visit BetterBuiltNW.com/resources or ComfortReadyHome.com/contractors for ductless heat pump resources. You can direct your customers to their local electrical utility for resources and available incentives.