Montgomery Heating & Air Conditioning is a certified contractor with seven local utility companies and the State of Oregon tax credit program. We stay current with the incentive programs that are available through all utility companies and the State and Federal government. Call us today and we will help you navigate which incentives are available for you and your home.

The Lane, Linn, and Benton County utility companies each have some type of ducted and ductless incentive program when installing qualifying heating and air conditioning equipment by a certified contractor.   These incentive programs are in the form of either cash rebates or 0% to 2% above prime loans. On most occasions, the homeowner will contact their utility company to apply for the program and then solicit bids from qualifying contractors that meet the standards of your utility company. Once you have signed and accepted a bid from a contractor, that contractor will then complete the additionally required paperwork required by your utility company on your behalf.

The utility company will require minimum energy efficiency standards in HSPF, EER and SEER as well as expect the equipment to be AHRI certified and matched. They may also have an additional requirement in PTCS and Check Me! Certifications.

No two utility companies offer the same incentive programs or have the same paperwork.   It is important to notify your contractor to which utility company serves your house in order to verify what your utility company is offering currently.

Click each utility company logo to see their incentives:

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What is HSPF? HSPF is the abbreviation for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor.  HSPF is a ratio of BTU heat output over a heating season, to wattage per hour of electr