REBATES & PROMOTIONS

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

Utility Rebates

Your local electric utility may offer rebates of up to $1,500 for installing a ductless heating and cooling system. Find more information about your utility’s available rebates below.

Promotions

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Daikin’s Fall Consumer Rebate Program Available Now Through November 15

Promotion Length: Sep 20, 2020 - Nov 16, 2020

Available States: Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington

Residential consumers across the Northwest can receive up to $1,000 off qualifying Daikin ductless heat pumps when they purchase their system from a participating Daikin installer.

Promotional Period
This promotion is available for purchases made from September 15, 2020 through November 15, 2020 and installed by a participating Daikin installer.

Eligible single-zone systems and associated rebates include:

  • 19 Series - $150
  • Aurora, LV Series, EMURA 1:1* - $375
  • SkyAir* - $1,000

*Only select EMURA and SkyAir models are eligible under this promotion. Ask your installer for more information.

Find an Installer
You can find participating installers near you on Daikin’s website.

Save Even More
Compare Daikin’s list of participating installers to the NW Ductless Heat Pump Project’s list of Oriented and Master Installers. Some local electric utilities offer additional ductless heat pump rebates when you work with the Project’s Oriented or Master Installers. To compare our list with Daikin’s installers, visit our Find an Installer webpage and simply search by the participating company name.

Tax Credits

Some states offer tax credits to residents who install a ductless heating and cooling system. See what programs are available in your state.

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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
    Learn More