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Heat Pump Installations

We offer installation and maintenance services for heating in Portland Metro area!


Discover the versatility and efficiency of a heat pump system for your home or business. A heat pump provides both heating and cooling by transferring heat between the indoors and outdoors, offering year-round comfort in any climate. During the colder months, it extracts heat from the outdoor air and transfers it inside to warm your space. In warmer weather, it reverses the process, removing heat from indoors and releasing it outside to keep you cool. With its energy-efficient operation and eco-friendly design, a heat pump is an excellent choice for sustainable heating and cooling solutions. Trust Conrad Heating and Cooling to expertly install and maintain your heat pump system, ensuring optimal performance and comfort all year round.


Heat pumps offer a range of benefits that make them a popular choice for heating and cooling in various climates. Here are some key advantages:

  1. Efficient Heating and Cooling: Heat pumps are ideal for the mild weather patterns of Oregon and Washington. They efficiently manage the moderate temperatures prevalent in these states, providing comfortable heating in the winter and cooling in the summer.
  2. Energy Cost Savings: The energy efficiency of heat pumps can lead to significant cost savings on heating and cooling. This is particularly attractive in Oregon and Washington, where energy costs can vary and residents may seek more budget-friendly options.
  3. Reduced Carbon Footprint: Both Oregon and Washington are known for their environmental stewardship. Heat pumps contribute to this ethos by reducing greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional fossil fuel-based systems, aligning with state goals for sustainability.
  4. Eligibility for Incentives: Homeowners in Oregon and Washington may be eligible for various state incentives, rebates, and tax credits for installing energy-efficient heat pumps. This can help offset the initial installation costs and make heat pumps an even more attractive investment.
  5. Enhanced Indoor Air Quality: Because heat pumps circulate and filter air as they operate, they can improve indoor air quality, which is beneficial during times when outdoor air quality may be compromised by wildfires or pollution.
  6. Long Operational Life: Heat pumps generally have a long lifespan and are reliable over time, which is advantageous for homeowners looking for a durable heating and cooling solution.
  7. Support for Renewable Energy Integration: Both states encourage the use of renewable energy. Heat pumps work efficiently with solar power systems, which are increasingly popular in Oregon and Washington, further reducing reliance on non-renewable energy sources
  8. Versatility: Heat pumps can provide both heating and cooling, eliminating the need for separate systems. This dual functionality makes them versatile year-round.

Incentives for Heat Pump installation

Oregon and Washington offer several options to encourage residents to opt for energy-efficient systems like heat pumps. Here are some key incentives available in these states:


  1. Energy Trust of Oregon: Offers cash incentives for qualifying heat pump systems, including upgrades from less efficient models. These incentives are designed to reduce the upfront cost of purchasing and installing a heat pump.
  2. State Tax Credits: While specific programs may change, Oregon has historically offered tax credits for energy-efficient appliances, including heat pumps. Checking with state resources for the most current offerings is recommended.
  3. Utility Rebates: Many local utilities provide rebates for the installation of energy-efficient heat pumps. These rebates can significantly lower initial costs and are often combined with other incentives.




  1. Clean Energy Fund: This program supports the development and adoption of clean energy technologies, including heat pumps, through grants and loans.
  2. Utility Rebates: Similar to Oregon, several utilities in Washington offer rebates for heat pump installations. These are part of the utilities’ efforts to meet energy efficiency goals set by the state.
  3. Local Government Incentives: Some local governments provide additional incentives, such as reduced permit fees or property
  4. tax incentives for homes that install energy-efficient systems.


Federal Incentives

Both Oregon and Washington residents can also benefit from federal incentives:

  • Federal Tax Credits: The U.S. government offers a Renewable Energy Tax Credit, which includes credits for heat pumps. This can cover a significant portion of the cost, with specific details depending on the system and installation year.
  • Improved Loan Terms: Through programs like FHA PowerSaver loans, homeowners might qualify for better loan terms when installing energy-efficient systems like heat pumps.