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.
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
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.
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.
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 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 . **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 .