Increased home value
Reduced outside noise
Chelan PUD offers three window rebate levels: Regular, Plus and Premium.
Your rebate level depends on the original window that will be replaced.
$6 per sqft
You're replacing metal framed windows
$8 per sqft
You're replacing a single-pane window and have photos to show it
$12 per sqft
You're replacing a single-pane window and have photos to show it.
And you primarily heat with an electric furnace, baseboard, wall or radiant heater.
Psst — Looking for cash back on storm windows
or exterior doors
: Check out our incentives
for new windows for your commercial buildings.
What your neighbors say about their new efficient windows:
"I saw you increased the incentive for 2020, so I’ll probably replace all of the remaining old windows and doors in my home."
"This is a great program and provided a much needed financial boost to help us complete our remodel."
"The employees that helped me are fantastic, and they really helped me so much!"
Is your home eligible for a rebate?
1. Your Home and Heating
Note: new construction is not eligible for window rebates.
2. New Windows
5. When to Apply
1. Select Your Window
Make sure to select a model with an eligible U-factor to qualify for a rebate
2. Install Your Window
Pick a local contractor to install your window or do it yourself (DIY)
3. Apply Online
Gather your paperwork and and apply online:
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.
With your paperwork complete, we'll confirm your eligibility and might schedule an inspection to make sure your window or patio door was installed correctly and confirm your heating type.
If all checks out, you'll receive your rebate check in the mail 6-8 weeks after we receive your complete application.
We're Here for You
Questions? Talk with a Chelan PUD energy adviser. Call (509) 661-8008 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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