Stay comfortable and save money by keeping your heat pump in tip-top shape.
You can manage your electricity costs by properly maintaining your heat pump.
Keeping your heat pump in good working order helps reduce the amount of electricity it needs to keep your house comfortable.
- Incentive Application
- Participating & Qualified Program Contractors
- Hiring a Contractor
- Eligible Customers
Energy Saving Benefits
- Tune-up your heat pump and use less electricity to keep your house comfortable
- Save money on your electricity bill by reducing the amount of electricity your system needs to heat or cool your house
- Use less electricity and help prevent air pollution
- Avoid greenhouse gas emissions for a healthier environment
Prior to starting a project, find a contractor using the Washington Participating and Qualified Program Contractors list. Note that select incentives must be completed by a Qualified Program Contractor. Review the incentive application with your contractor to determine eligibility requirements, incentive qualifications and review the list of required documents to submit for an incentive.
Incentive application and required documents must be received within 90 days of the work completed date. Incentive checks are issued within 45 days of receipt of the completed and approved incentive application. Incentives are not to exceed the purchase price of the equipment or service. Equipment and service work may be inspected for compliance. Incentives are subject to tariff approval and may change with 45 days notice. Additional terms and conditions may apply.
Equipment Purchases and Services
|Heat pump tune-up||$100||$25|
- Incentives are available for existing homes only.
- Incentive amount cannot exceed the total cost of the project.
- Contractors are required to complete measure specific program worksheets that must be submitted with the incentive application.
- All required documentation must be submitted within 90 days of the work completed date.
- Additional incentive-specific qualifications and required documentation are listed below.
- Work must be completed by a Qualified Program Contractor
- Incentive available on existing heat pumps only
- Existing heat pump must serve at least 80% of the home’s conditioned floor area
- Air flow test and performance check are required as outlined in the Washington HVAC Contractor Program Manual:
- Air flow must meet minimum 350 CFM per ton requirement
- Refrigerant charge must be within +/- 3 degrees of target subcooling or +/- 5 degrees of super heat
- Heat pump tune-up may be performed year round following performance check protocols
- Incentives are limited to one tune-up incentive per unit every five years
- Required documents include:
- Completed and signed incentive application
- Itemized receipt/contractor invoice (see incentive application for invoice requirements)
- Proof of payment (review the program-accepted proof of payment options)
- Completed and signed Tune-up worksheet
- For multifamily applications only: Completed and signed W-9