Sep 12, 2017
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The Shelton Payment Center at 310 W Cota is temporarily closed for some upgrades to the office space. It will reopen with normal hours, September 25.
Ductless Heating & Cooling Systems offer a great way to upgrade your home.
A ductless heat pump is a highly efficient, and easily installed, primary heating and cooling system for homes and businesses. These systems are safe, quiet and heat rooms evenly at a fraction of the cost of baseboard or wall heaters. They don't require duct work, which eliminates maintenance or worry about duct leakage. Upgrade your electric heat with a ductless heat pump.
Adding a ductless heat pump increases the flexibility of your heating system. Working with the existing heating system, just one ductless system is enough to heat and cool the average Pacific Northwest home or small business. Keeping an existing heating system in place (optional) ensures bedrooms, bathrooms, and offices remain at desired temperatures, even on the coldest days.
If a single-family electrically heated site-built home has an electric forced air furnace; or baseboards, wall heaters or other zonal resistance heating as its primary heat source; or if a manufactured home has an electric forced air furnace or other zonal resistance heating as its primary heat source; it may qualify for PUD 3’s ductless heat pump incentive. PUD 3 has a project progress checklist available for customer use.
$1,000 INCENTIVE CHECK FOR HOMES WITH AN EXISTING ELECTRIC FORCED AIR FURNACE
$800 INCENTIVE CHECK FOR HOME WITH EXISTING ZONAL ELECTRIC HEAT
Program Requirements Qualifying commercial buildings must have electric resistance heat as its primary heat source. To see if your building qualifies, please contact the PUD 3 conservation department at (360) 426-0777. PUD 3 has a project checklist available for customer use.
$800/TON OF INSTALLED OUTDOOR UNIT HEATING CAPACITY FOR EACH DHP UNIT SERVING A QUALIFIED INDOOR SPACE.
To determine tonnage, divide the installed BTU capacity by 12,000 and round up or down to the nearest tenth.