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Federal and State Tax Credits

Mar 16, 2015

Federal and State Tax Credits

Congress passed legislation extending the federal residential energy efficiency tax credit to cover installations completed in 2014. Homeowners who installed a ductless heat pump in 2014 may be eligible for up to a $300 tax credit. Learn more about the extension and requirements from ENERGY STAR.

State Tax Credits

As a reminder, Oregon recently updated their residential energy efficiency tax credits (RETC) for 2015. Visit Oregon's Department of Energy for more information.

Montana's energy conservation tax credit is available to homeowners who have installed a ductless heat pump. Visit Montana's Department of Environmental Quality for more information.

While Idaho and Washington do not offer tax credits for ductless heat pumps, view the Utility Participation List or contact your local utility for available rebates and incentives.

Is Ductless right for your home?

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Is Ductless right for your home?

Click over the house that best fits your home style to view more information.

  • Single-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,200 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Infrared panels/ceilings
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  • Two-story

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,600 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
    • Electric forced air furnace
    Learn More
  • Manufactured or mobile

    Is your home:

    • Electric baseboard/wall heating
    • Electric forced air furnace
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  • Split-level

    Is your home:

    • Less than 2,400 sq. ft.
    • Electric forced air furnace (preferred)
    • Baseboard heating, infrared panel, wall heaters
    Learn More