In search of tax credits and rebates you can apply to a new heating and cooling system? Spokane Comfort Systems, Inc. staff is familiar with the utility rebate programs and the Energy Star program requirements.
We're happy to personally answer any questions that you may have regarding the available tax credits or rebates. Listed below are the current rebates from Avista, Inland Power, Modern Electric Water Company and Vera Power.
|Natural Gas Furnace / Boiler (90% AFUE >)||$450|
|Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater (.82 >)||$400|
|Heat Pump Water Heater (0 - 54 gal of 1.8 EF >)||$200|
|Electric to Ductless Heat Pump||$500|
|Electric to Central Ducted Heat Pump||$700|
|Smart Thermostat (contractor install)||$100|
|Basic Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 8.2 / SEER 14)||$300|
|High Efficiency or Variable Speed Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 9+/SEER 14+)|
|Adding to Electric Forced Air Furnace||$1000|
|Ground Source Heat Pump||$2500|
|Ductless Heat Pump replacing zonal heat||$800|
|Ductless Heat Pump replacing an electric forced air furnace||$800|
|New Construction/Replacement/Upgrade Variable Speed Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 9+)||$500|
|Adding to existing Electric Forced Air Furnace Variable Speed Ducted Heat Pump (HSPF 9+)||$1400|
|Ductless Heat Pump: Existing zonal heat (baseboard, ceiling cable, wall, electric hydronic)||$800|
|Ductless Heat Pump: Existing forced air electric||$1000|
|Heat Pump Conversion from existing Forced Air Electric Furnace to New Heat Pump (HSPF 9.0> and SEER 14)||$1400|
|Heat Pump Upgrade from existing Heat Pump OR adding a Heat Pump to a zonal or non-electric heating system (HSPF 9.0> and SEER 14)||$500|
|Heat Pump Commissioning & Controls (HSPF 7.7> and SEER 13)||$300|
|PTCS Duct Sealing or Prescriptive Duct Sealing, Existing Site||$250|
|PTCS Duct Sealing or Prescriptive Duct Sealing, Manufactured||$200|
Disclaimer: Spokane Comfort Systems, Inc. does not guarantee any rebates or tax incentives available through the local utility companies or Federal Government. It is the homeowner's responsibility to make sure that they qualify for the rebates and incentives and that all the products qualify before the products are installed. It is also the homeowner's responsibility to obtain and submit all necessary documents to receive the tax credits and rebates.