Air Source Heat Pumps
What is a ducted air source heat pump system?
A ducted air source heat pump is a highly efficient heating and cooling system which will heat and cool your home at a fraction of the cost of your current electric furnace. They are easily installed in new or existing homes with a current duct system.
Air source heat pumps come in many efficiency levels. Ask for a variable speed heat pump to receive the largest rebate and get the best savings.
At Flathead Electric Cooperative we can help you evaluate your existing heating system to determine the best upgrade option for your new or existing home. Call your trusted energy advisor at Flathead Electric to find a solution to your comfort and heating cost problems.
What are the benefits?
Save Energy & Money
Install an Air Source Heat Pump and more than double the efficiency of your furnace to save money and use less energy to heat your home.
Increase Your Comfort Year Round
Heat pumps provide high efficiency heat and also deliver comfortable air conditioning during hot smoky summers.
Ducted heat pumps are designed to fit in the same space as your current furnace requiring no major changes to your home.
Receive up to $1,400 from FEC as an incentive rebate!
Check out the table below to determine your rebate opportunity!
Get a loan to help pay for this upgrade
If you qualify, Flathead Electric will provide 3% fixed interest financing to help you upgrade!
Save on your taxes
State and Federal tax credits may apply.
Do I qualify for rebates?
Yes, if you:
- Have a single-family home.
- Use an installer from our approved installer list.
How much will my rebate be?
Air Source Heat Pump Installations:
Variable Speed Air Source Heat Pump Installations:
Find an Approved Installer
To qualify for a rebate, heat pumps must be installed by a Flathead Electric approved installer. We maintain a list of approved installers who have a good knowledge of FEC programs and install eligible equipment.
Apply for a Rebate
Complete the following form to apply for your rebate. Note: if the homeowner and account holder are different parties, both must be available to e-sign this rebate form.
Prefer a paper copy of this form? Heat Pump Rebate Form (PDF)