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Author Topic: Ductless Heat Pumps Vancouver WA. Y consider them and most importantly, Y not?  (Read 28405 times)

Dan

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Ductless Heat Pumps Vancouver WA. (DHP’s) recently called the New Electric Heat.  DHP’s have been around for decades, primarily used in parts of Asia and Europe where electricity rates are expensive.  It’s not new technology by any means, the technology is actually perfected and simply new to the United States for use in residential applications.  A typical 9,000 BTU DHP can achieve 26 SEER and 10.0 HSPF efficiency ratings, compared to a typical Air Source Heat Pump System that offers 15 SEER and 8.5 HSPF.  What does those efficiency ratings ‘really’ mean?  After installing a DHP in a 1,500 square foot house that was previously using Electric Wall Heaters or Baseboard Heaters a 50% savings in your monthly home heating bill is an average savings.    The perfect application for a Ductless Heat Pump System is for homes currently using Electric Wall Heaters, Baseboard Heaters or Wood / Pellet Stoves. 
   By installing a DHP System you convert to a highly efficient heating system,  gives you air flow purification, and  A/C to keep you cool in the warm summer months.  Again the question remains, Why Not Convert to the New Electric Heat.

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Re: Ductless Heat Pumps? Why consider them and most importantly, why not?
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2012, 01:21:25 PM »
Is there still a p.u.d. rebate for the ductless heat pumps? How much is it and what are the requirements?
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Re: Ductless Heat Pumps? Why consider them and most importantly, why not?
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2012, 06:35:48 AM »
For the PUD Rebates look at our links page and it will take you to the pud page. There is a $1500. dollar rebate and the requirements you will find there. You need to have an electrically heated home to qualify. Financing is also available. And the contractor like us has to be approved by the PUD.