Advanced Weatherization and Quality Windows are proud to be certified contractors of Tacoma Power.
We offer rebates for select services, for qualifying homes within our service area.
To find out more information and requirements for the rebate program, give us a call (253) 948-7812
or follow the links below to read more:
Installing energy-efficient windows can lower your utility bills and make your home more comfortable year-round. If your house was built before 1988, has electric heat and either single-pane windows or double-pane metal windows, upgrading will help conserve energy and save you a significant amount of money each year.*
DUCTLESS HEAT PUMP REBATES
Installing an efficient ductless heat pump (DHP) allows you to heat and cool your home while using less energy and lowering your utility bill. Compared with traditional electric baseboard or electric forced air furnaces, DHPs use 25-50% less energy, which means significant annual savings for you. DHPs are also reliable, easy to operate using a remote control and provide consistent heat. DHPs have built-in air filters to keep equipment clean and improve indoor air quality. and They use ultra-quiet fans to reduce noise common to other heating and cooling systems.*
Upgrading your insulation can make your home more energy efficient and comfortable. It can also save you money. If your home was built before 1988 and you have electric heat, upgrading to current standards could reduce your utility bills significantly for years to come.*
DUCT SEALING REBATES
Leaky air ducts in your heating and cooling system can be a major cause of energy loss in your home. On average, about 25% of your heated or cooled air leaks out of improperly sealed ducts and into crawlspaces, attics and garages. When your ducts leak, your heating and cooling system must work harder to keep your home comfortable, which means higher utility bills, wasted energy and greater wear and tear on your equipment. Since ductwork is often located out of sight in attics and crawlspaces, you may be unaware of this energy loss.*
Information is from the Tacoma Public Utilities website.*