Heat Pump Rebates for Washington State

What rebates and incentives are currently available?

If navigating rebates sounds daunting, don’t worry!  We stay on top of all of the latest heat pump rebates and requirements so you don’t have to!  The HVAC experts at Frederickson Electric will help you with rebate paperwork for the utilities in our service area including Jefferson County PUD and Clallam County PUD.

Local utility company rebates ($800) – click on the links below to see what rebates your utility offers!

Tax Credit (up to $2,000) through the Federal Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit (25C)

Wood Stove replacement ($1,000 – $2,000) through the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) 

And more – rebates and incentives come and go, and our HVAC experts will tell you about other rebates or offers on certain manufacturers or products to get you the best deal possible!

The best part is you can add rebates together, saving you up to $5,000 on your new heat pump system!

This page was last updated April 2024

Family in home with Ductless Heat Pump

Are there additional rebates and incentives for low-income customers?

Up to $14,300 off for low income customers and up to $5,100 off for ALL customers!

Yup, you read that right!  In addition to the rebates listed above (~$5,000), qualified low-income Jefferson and Clallam PUD customers may also qualify for an additional $4,400 to $9,000 off of the cost of a heat pump. 

Combined, this could mean up to $14,300 in total incentives for a heat pump.  This could cover most or all of the cost of a heat pump installation.  

Every customer’s home is different – and the experts at Frederickson Electric work closely with you to determine the best heat pump option for your home and your budget, and to help save you money.  Give us a call to learn more, and we look forward to helping you figure out how much you can save!

How do I know if I qualify as a low-income customer?

For the Jefferson PUD, a customer can apply for low-income assistance if their household income does not exceed 150% of the federal poverty level.  See the Jefferson PUD website for information on qualifying income level.  

To receive the rebates, you must apply and be accepted through the PUD’s low-income program.  You can apply online here:  Jefferson County Low-Income application

I am not a low-income resident - what rebates do I qualify for?

The rebates listed in the first section (up to ~$5,000) are available to all customers, regardless of income.  

The only requirement is that you are the owner of the home and that you are a customer of one of the utilities listed above to take advantage of the utility rebate. 

What's the process like to install a heat pump?

Step 1: Contact Frederickson Electric by giving us a call or submitting an online work request.  

Step 2: Schedule a time for one of our HVAC experts to come out to your home for a free estimate.  They will look at your existing system, layout, and electrical details.  They will help determine what incentives and rebates you qualify for, and come up with a custom heat pump solution that best fits your home and budget.  

Step 3: Frederickson Electric will send you a quote the same day as your free estimate.

Step 4: Sign a contract and schedule the work.  Depending on the system, the actual installation could take between 2 – 5 days.  We take care of hauling away all of your old HVAC equipment for free.  

Step 5: During the commissioning process we will walk you through your new heat pump, including any apps and monitoring platforms if applicable.  Enjoy your new system and stay comfortable all year long!