Insulation rebates

Insulation: cozy home comfort


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Year-round comfort

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Healthier home

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Save up to 75% of the heat in your home


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Chelan PUD offers rebates by the square foot (sqft) depending on your existing insulation level (R-value).

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Bare Attic

You're adding insulation to an attic that was previously without insulation (R0)

$2.50 per sq.ft.

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Attic Boost

You're adding insulation to an attic that previously had light insulation (R11 and under)

Not sure what R-value you have? See the common questions below to find out!

$0.90 per sqft

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Bare Wall

You're adding insulation to a wall that was previously without insulation (R0)

$1.75 per sq.ft.

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Bare Floor

You're adding insulation to a floor that was previously without insulation (R0)

$0.90 per sq.ft.

* Rebate amounts apply to applications received through March 31, 2025. Rebates paid cannot exceed total project costs.

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30% Tax Credit

In addition to Chelan PUD rebates, homeowners may qualify for a federal tax credit of 30% of project costs up to a maximum of $1,200. Before installing your insulation, verify eligibility at the EnergyStar website.

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Yes! Your insulation qualifies for low-rate EnergySmart financing.

Business ownersCheck out our incentives for added insulation in your commercial buildings.

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Participant Feedback

What your neighbors say about their new home insulation:

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"It’s just incredible! After sweltering through two summers with no attic insulation, we really understand the value of the insulation."

Read more about Mark and Thea's historic home renovation

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"It helped us make the decision to upgrade to a better insulation, knowing that a rebate was coming to assist with the cost was awesome!"

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99% of past participants would recommend improving their insulation (and getting a rebate!) to their friend.

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Is your home eligible for a rebate?

1. Your Home and Heating


Note: new construction is not eligible for insulation rebates.

2. New and Existing Insulation


3. Installation


4. Paperwork


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5. When to Apply



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1. Select Your Insulation

Make sure to select insulation that achieves an eligible R-value to qualify for a rebate

2. Install Your Installation

Pick a local contractor to install your insulation or do it yourself (DIY)

3. Send in Paperwork

Gather your paperwork and send them (or ask your contractor to submit them) to or:

Chelan County PUD
PO Box 1231
Wenatchee, WA 98807-1231


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What Happens Next?

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We'll review your paperwork and contact you if anything is missing.

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With your paperwork complete, we'll confirm your eligibility and might schedule an inspection to make sure your insulation was installed correctly and confirm your heating type.

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If all checks out, you'll receive your rebate check in the mail 6-8 weeks after we receive your complete application.


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Insulation on the Power Hour

On the Power Hour


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We're Here for You

Questions? Talk with a Chelan PUD energy adviser. Call (509) 661-8008 or email

Common Questions


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Insulation Inspiration

This Old House shows how easy it can be to improve your attic insulation.

How Much Insulation Do You Have?

Find out what R-value means and how insulation works in this quick video.

Bigfoot Adds Insulation

Take it from Bigfoot: Adding insulation is one of the most cost-effective measures a homeowner can take to save energy and improve comfort.


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Local Contractors
Disclaimer: This list is provided as a convenience for Chelan County PUD customers. Chelan County PUD makes no representations or warranties regarding the qualifications or quality of workmanship of any of the listed contractors, nor is the listing to be considered an endorsement of any such contractor. The customer is solely responsible for arrangements for, and results of, any work performed by the contractor.

The state Department of Labor and Industries maintains a database of licensed contractors.

Contractors: If you would like to be listed here, please mail a copy of your license and bonding certification along with contact information to Chelan County PUD, Conservation Department, P.O. Box 1231, Wenatchee, WA 98807-1231.