PUD Offering New and Bigger Incentives For Everett Homeowners

January 6, 2013

Everett, Everett Economy

Snohomish County PUD

Check out the bigger incentives for 2013

Here’s an update on what the Snohomish PUD has in store for 2013…

Many Snohomish PUD incentives are getting even better in 2013! The utility can help you with great deals on heat pumps, duct sealing and insulation, efficient windows and lighting.

Better Heat Pump Incentives:

Install a ductless heat pump this year, and you’ll get an incentive of up to $1,200 (was $800 in 2012). These units not only reduce your PUD bill, but they improve comfort in your home. Customers can also receive $2,000 to $2,500 for converting from electric resistance heating to a ducted heat pump system. In the case of the most efficient systems, that’s more than double the previous incentive.

Weatherization:

For duct sealing and insulation work, the utility now offers $5 per linear foot, up to $800, which is up to double the amount of the old incentive. Upgrades from single-pane to double-pane windows now carry an incentive of $8 per square foot and $6 per square foot for upgrading metal frame double pane windows (previously $3 per square foot).

More Efficient Lighting:

The PUD continues to offer discounts on compact fluorescent light bulbs and LED bulbs at a network of local retailers. More and more consumers are turning to LEDs, which are highly efficient and last up to 20 years. For local retailers, see www.snopud.com/efficientlighting.

Fridge Recycling:

The PUD helps customers responsibly recycle old, energy-wasting fridges and freezers. Recycle your old unit and start saving up to $200 annually. The PUD will even come to your home and haul it away for free. To schedule a pick-up, simply call 1-877-577-0510.

For more program details and qualifications, visit www.snopud.com or call the PUD Energy Hotline at (425) 783-1700 (M-F 8a- 5p)

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