REBATES & TIPS


PSE Energy Efficient Rebate Qualifications

General Qualifications

  • Rebate application must be submitted within 30 days of installation

  • Qualifying electric equipment must be installed in PSE's electric service area. Qualifying gas equipment must be installed in PSE's gas service area

  • Applies to existing single family properties or individually metered attached housing with four units or less. Multi-family and commercial accounts will not qualify.

  • Cannot be combined with any other rebates except where noted

  • Must install to comply with all federal, state and local code requirements

  • One rebate per qualifying metered, residential customer. Equipment that is replaced under warranty will not be eligible for second rebate

Visit PSE for a rebate application.

PSE Energy-Saving Tips for Your Home

Heating

  • Have your heating system inspected regularly by a professional to ensure it's not only operating efficiently, but safely, too.
  • Clean or replace your furnace or heat pump filters regularly throughout the heating season— about every two months.

  • Set the thermostat to 68°F or lower when you're at home and awake, and lower 7°F to 10°F when you're asleep or away. Install and properly set a programmable thermostat to make this happen automatically.
  • Keep areas in front of baseboard and wall heaters, room registers and return air grills clean and clear of furnishings, curtains or other objects that block air flow.

  • If you have baseboard heaters, turn the thermostat down or off in unoccupied rooms and close the door. Do not do this if you have a furnace or heat pump.
 

Rebates and tips directly from Puget Sound Energy.

 

PUD Energy-Saving Tips for your Home

If you use an electric heating system, it can account for 50% or more of your winter PUD bills. Whether you rent or own, live in a house, apartment/condo or manufactured home, you can reduce the amount of energy required to keep your home warm.

NO-COST TIPS

  • Let the sun shine in!

  • Set the heat at 68 degrees when you're home and awake

  • Set the heat at 55 degrees when you're away or sleeping

  • Keep your heat flowing.

  • Zone heat with baseboard/wall heaters

LOW-COST TIPS

  • Help your furnace breathe

  • Upgrade to an electronic thermostat

  • Insulate outlets and light switches

  • Add caulk or weatherstripping to windows and doors

  • Install storm windows

  • Seal your ductwork

  • Have your heat pump system serviced

  • Have your furnace serviced

  • Add a ceiling fan

  • Use a portable space heater

SMART INVESTMENT TIPS

  • Upgrade to ENERGY STAR windows

  • Upgrade your insulation

  • Upgrade to an efficient air source heat pump

  • Upgrade to a geothermal heat pump

PUD Rebates & Special Offers

Ductless Heat Pump Rebates

For upgrading to an efficient cooling/heating system in an electrically heated home

Weatherization & Heating Incentives

Insulation, heat pumps and insulated windows for electrically heated homes

Efficient Lighting

Special pricing for CFLs and LEDs at local participating retailers

Efficient Clothes Washer Rebates

Mail-in rebate for qualified efficient clothes washers

Efficient Showerheads

Special pricing at participating retailers

Build with ENERGY STAR

Incentives for builders & developers

Multi-Family Buildings

Incentives for property owners and management companies

 

Rebates and tips directly from PUD.