REBATES & TIPS
PSE Energy Efficient Rebate 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
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.
Visit PUD for a rebate application.
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
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