Ductless Heat Pumps

The City of Milton is offering rebates for Ductless mini-split heating and cooling systems for City of Milton customers who meet the following criteria:

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  • Zonal electric resistance heating or Electric Forced Air Furnace must be permanently installed in the home and serve as the primary heating source.
  • Preapproval of application is required.
  • New construction homes and homes with a ducted heat pump system are not eligible.
  • Homeowner must agree to sign a release authorizing The City of Milton to release billing and usage history.
  • Heat Pump must be installed by a qualified contractor on the City’s Approved Contractor List.
  • Permits are required on heat pump projects. Failure to obtain the proper permits may result in disqualification of your project from the conservation program, in addition to penalties imposed by the building department.Heating unit outdoors
  • Where practical, homes must be insulated to current standards to qualify for a rebate with heat pump installations.
  • Only one heat pump installation per residence will qualify for a rebate under the program.
  • Completed projects will be inspected by a City of Milton conservation inspector for final approval of rebate.

Documentation Required

The following documentation must be submitted to the City of Milton:

  • Contractor Invoice (with all BPA required information)
  • Home Owner Installation Form
Ductless Heat Pump MeasureReimbursement
Single Head DHP with Existing Electric Zonal Heat$800 to $1,000, Depending on Single Family or Manufactured
Multiple Head DHP with Electric forced air furnaces with or without Air Conditioning (Manufactured homes do not qualify for multiple head DHP incentive)$1,000 to $1,200, Depending on single head ductless or multiple head ductless