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Take control of energy costs with ductless heating and cooling

Purchase a Daikin Ductless system by August 31, 2014 and receive one interior unit (zone) free!5

Save up to 50 percent. How will you use the savings?

Ductless heating and cooling offers year-round comfort while using up to 50 percent less electricity to heat your home1. It’s the smart choice for replacing costly electric baseboard, ceiling and zonal heaters.

Today’s technology, no ducts required

New ductless heating and cooling allows you to heat and cool individual rooms or zones in your home — each with its own thermostat that you can control with a remote, just like your TV.

Quiet, reliable comfort

Ductless heating and cooling delivers consistent year-round temperatures keeping you comfortable in any season. It is very quiet, both inside and out.

Reduce energy waste

This type of system is ideal for our climate. Because it transfers rather than creates heat, ductless heating and cooling is highly efficient. In fact, you may be able to cut your heating costs by up to 50 percent.1

Simple, affordable installation

Installation is quick with minimal disruption. You’ll enjoy reliable performance, simple maintenance and years of dependable service.

Get money back

When you install a qualified ductless, mini-split heat pump, you could qualify for:

  • A $200 instant discount, courtesy of Tri County Temp Control, a PGE-approved contractor
  • Up to an $800 Energy Trust of Oregon cash incentive2
  • Up to a $1,390 Oregon energy tax credit3

To be eligible, you must meet program criteria and installation requirements.4

Portland General Electric (PGE) Approved Offer

How does a ductless heat pump work?

Enjoy whisper-quiet cooling and heating without ductwork.

How does a ductless heat pump work?

Don’t miss this special offer from Daikin!

Purchase a Daikin ductless system by August 31, 2014 and receive one interior unit (zone) free!5

  • Final cost could be as low as $3,000 after discount, incentive and tax credit5
  • Many contractors offer no-interest financing

To request this offer

Call Tri County Temp Control at 503-557-2220 or use our contact form

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1 - Compared to electric heating, such as electric baseboards. Individual circumstances

may vary. Ask the PGE Energy Experts or your contractor for more information.

2 - Must replace electric resistance heat (baseboard, ceiling and wall heat or electric

forced-air furnace) as the primary heat source. Contact Tri County Temp Control about other

requirements at 503-557-2220.

3 - Consult your PGE-approved contractor for details as well as a tax advisor.

4 - Not all installations will qualify for cash incentive and maximum tax credit.

Incentive and tax credit are subject to change.

5 - Additional details and conditions of ductless heat pump offer by Daikin:

• Customer must install a one- or two-zone ductless, mini-split heat pump

system by Daikin. Customer pays for outdoor unit and receives one indoor

unit (zone) at no charge. Install a single-zone system and receive your

interior unit free. Install a two-zone system and receive one interior unit

free. Labor for installation of free zone may be additional.

• Value of offer will depend on the unit you select. Maximum value is $1,300.

• Final out-of-pocket cost of $3,000 assumes basic installation of a Daikin

single-zone system (model FTXS18LVJU/RXS18LVJU), with discount, cash

incentive and tax credit already deducted. Includes indoor and outdoor

heat pump equipment, pad, mounting brackets, 15 feet of lineset and

15 feet of linehide, basic electrical (new electrical circuit or repurposing

an existing circuit) and basic installation labor. Excludes permits; condensate

pump; and non-basic installations, such as structural, electrical or cosmetic

repairs or modifications. Actual costs for electrical, permits and installation

may vary by location. Initial cost will be higher, with cash incentive and

tax credit received later.