Replacing your old windows with new energy-efficient ones can improve the comfort for your customers and employees, enhance the look and feel of your business, and save your business energy and money for years.
For commercial landlords, upgrading to new energy-efficient windows translates to better aesthetics that attract tenants and higher property values.
Chelan PUD offers two window incentive levels depending on your type of electric heat.
$32 per sq.ft.
Electric Resistance Heat
You're installing windows in a space with electric resistance heat
$25 per sq.ft
You're installing windows in a space heated by a heat pump
These PUD incentives often pay for your full project costs, with nothing out of pocket to you. Just in case, any upgrades beyond PUD incentives qualify for low-rate EnergySmart financing.
Is your building eligible for an incentive on windows?
1. Your Space and Heating
Note: New construction and additions are not eligible.
2. New Windows
1. Install Your Windows
Work with your contractor to make sure an eligible windows are installed.
2. Send in Paperwork
Gather your paperwork and send them (or as your contractor to submit them) to firstname.lastname@example.org or:
Chelan County PUD
PO Box 1231
Wenatchee, WA 98807-1231
What Happens Next?
We'll review your paperwork, and contact you if anything is missing or we need more information.
With your paperwork complete, we might schedule an inspection to verify your heating system and make sure your windows were installed correctly.
If all checks out, you'll receive your incentive payment in the mail, or we can pay your contractor directly.
Windows on the Power Hour
Scott Stanford, commercial energy advisor and former homebuilder, and Lacy Stockton, energy efficiency strategist, answer customer questions live about failing windows and rebate eligibility on Episode #1 of the Power Hour. [From 02:52 to 06:23]
We're Here for You
Questions? Talk with Scott Stanford, Chelan PUD commercial energy advisor. Call (509) 661-4187 or email email@example.com. Or join us on the Power Hour to have your questions answered live.