Heat Pump | Ductless Systems Provide Lower Electric Heating Bills And Cozier Homes
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Heat Pump | Ductless Systems Provide Lower Electric Heating Bills And Cozier Homes

Portland, Ore (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

With temperatures going down, and heating bills going up, fall is the perfect time to consider new options for home heating that will provide increased comfort and reduced electric heating bills. Ductless heating and cooling systems use 25 to 50 percent less energy while keeping your home at just the right temperature ” and right now, homeowners in Snohomish County PUD and Seattle City Light territories may qualify for up to $2,100 in manufacturer discounts, utility rebates and tax credits. With the typical single-zone ductless system ranging in cost between $4,000 and $5,000, this represents a potential cost savings of 40 to 50 percent.

Mitsubishi is partnering with Seattle City Light and Snohomish County PUD to bring this special promotion to homeowners until December 31, 2013. Other utilities throughout the Puget Sound offer ongoing rebates for qualified units. Check your local utility for more information.


“Our customers are impressed with the increased comfort in their homes and change in their electric bills after installing a ductless system,” said Kevin Watier, Sr. Program Manager of Residential and Small Commercial Programs at Snohomish PUD. “Partnering with Mitsubishi, which is offering an additional $300 instant discount that can be combined with our $1,200 rebate, is a win for our customers.”

Ductless heating and cooling systems are highly efficient, easily installed and can serve a home’s primary heating and cooling needs. They are ideal for supplementing inefficient heating systems like baseboards, wall heaters and electric furnaces. Ductless systems are convenient, quiet and heat rooms evenly at a fraction of the cost.

“It’s beyond amazing,” said David Strube of Tulalip, WA, who used Snohomish PUD incentives for the purchase and installation of his ductless system. “It provides consistent warmth and even sends heat into the back rooms if you leave the doors open.”

Ross Daniel of Seattle is also enjoying the benefits of his ductless system, which he purchased with help of


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