Ductless Heat Pumps
All-season comfort with no costly ductwork

Why install a ductless heat pump?

Ductless heating and cooling has been used for decades overseas and is rapidly gaining popularity in the U.S. Ductless heat pumps are ideal for:

  • Homes without ductwork or with old, tired ducts

  • Replacing electric baseboards, radiant heat or wall heaters

  • Eliminating noisy and unsightly window air conditioners

Special offers and incentives can help reduce your out-of-pocket costs.


Advantages

  • Energy savings of up to 40 percent*

  • Room-by-room comfort, with individual thermostats controlled by a remote

  • Steady, even temperatures

  • Attractive indoor unit can be ceiling- or wall-mounted or free standing

  • Compact outdoor unit

  • Simple installation in a day or less

  • Whisper quiet

  • Better than window air conditioners with higher capacity cooling

*Compared to a standard electric furnace. Individual circumstances will vary. Ask PGE or your dealer for more information.


How does a ductless heat pump work?

Enjoy whisper-quiet cooling and heating without ductwork.

A: Indoor unit directs cool air where needed during the summer. In winter, the system works in reverse to heat your home.

B: Multiple indoor units provide zoned comfort.

C: Remote control makes it easy to adjust the temperature.

D: Outdoor unit pulls heat from the outside air and moves it inside during cool months. Even when the temperature is as low as 5°F, there’s enough heat in the air to warm your home.

“The individual units have sensors that adjust the temperature when you enter or leave an area. My house is a lot warmer in winter.”
Walt Hollands, Portland, who replaced electric baseboards with energy-efficient ductless heating and cooling

Discounts, Incentives and Credits*

On qualifying, premium-efficiency heat pumps

Get a $200 instant PGE discount when you have PGE-approved contractors install an energy-efficient ducted or ductless heat pump, or upgrade from an older, less efficient heat pump.

  • Ductless heat pump must have a heating seasonal performance factor (HSPF) of 9.0 or greater.

  • The system must meet PGE installation specifications. The PGE-approved contractor can also help you select the right size and model.

$500 Energy Trust cash incentive PGE if your system replaces electric baseboard or wall heaters or an electric furnace and meets other Energy Trust criteria.

Ask your PGE-approved contractor about generous manufacturers’ rebates or special offers that may be available.

*Consider testing and sealing your ductwork, which may qualify for an Oregon energy tax credit PGE. **Compared to a standard electric furnace. Individual circumstances will vary. Ask PGE or your dealer for more information.

¹Incentives are subject to change. Make sure your heat pump meets all qualifying criteria by consulting with a tax advisor and visiting EnergyTrust.org PGE.

Need help? Just ask!

The PGE Energy Experts can discuss your eligibility for rebates, tax credits and incentives. Email or call them at 503-612-3500 or 800-722-9287.