Stay comfortable and save money by keeping your heat pump in tip-top shape.
You can manage your electricity costs by properly maintaining your heat pump.

Keeping your heat pump in good working order helps reduce the amount of electricity it needs to keep your house comfortable.

Energy Saving Benefits

  • Tune-up your heat pump and use less electricity to keep your house comfortable
  • Save money on your electricity bill by reducing the amount of electricity your system needs to heat or cool your house

Environmental Benefits

  • Use less electricity and help prevent air pollution
  • Avoid greenhouse gas emissions for a healthier environment

Getting Started

Prior to starting a project, find a contractor using the Washington Participating and Program Qualified Contractors list. Note that select incentives must be completed by a Program Qualified Contractor. Review the Incentive Application with your contractor to determine eligibility requirements, incentive qualifications and review the list of required documents to submit for an incentive.

Incentive Application and required documents must be received within 90 days of the purchase or completed installation. Incentive checks are issued within 45 days of receipt of the completed and approved Incentive Application. Incentives are not to exceed the purchase price of the equipment or service. Equipment and service work may be inspected for compliance. Incentives are subject to tariff approval and may change with 45 days notice. Additional terms and conditions may apply.

Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for questions regarding contractors or how to receive your incentive.

Available Incentives

Equipment Purchases and Services
Customer Incentive
Contractor Incentive
Heat pump tune-up $100 $25


Heat pump tune-up
  • Work must be completed by a Program Qualified Contractor
  • Incentive available for existing heat pumps only. The equipment must serve at least 80 percent of the living space. Furnaces do not qualify for a tune-up incentive.
  • Program Qualified Contractor is required to perform air flow test and performance check
  • Must meet airflow of 350 CFM/ton and refrigerant charge within +/- 3 degrees of target subcooling or +/- 5 degrees of superheat
  • Filters, coils, condensers and blowers must be cleaned
  • Program Qualified Contractor must complete a program tune-up worksheet
  • Heat pump tune-ups may be performed year round
  • Incentives are limited to one tune-up incentive per unit every five years
  • Incentive application and required documents must be received within 90 days of completed service

Need help?

    These helpful forms can assist you in the process of submitting your application materials.

  • Review the list of HVAC required documents to submit with an incentive application
  • Take a look at the program-accepted proof of payment options