Do I qualify for a rebate?
If you have a house with electric heat as your primary heat, and you are replacing one of the following types of window or a patio door, you can qualify for a rebate:
- Single pane with/without storms, any frame type (metal, wood, vinyl)
- Double pane, metal frame only
To qualify for a rebate, new window(s) must have a u-value of .30 or .22, and patio doors must have a u-value of .35 or .30. Windows and patio doors must be installed according to the 2016 BPA Residential Weatherization Specifications.
- End user identifying information, including account number and address.
- Equipment/contractor invoice showing:
- Measure requirements have been met (manufacturer, model number, type, size, and quantity of equipment or product installed/used)
- The order/purchase date
- NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council) stickers or other verification of U-value.
- Documentation stating:
- Number and square footage of windows or patio doors replaced
- Pre-condition (frame type, wood, metal, single/double pane)
- Condition U-value
- Description of home (single-family, multifamily, manufactured)
- A description of primary heating type (electric zonal, electric forced air furnace, air source heat pump, ground/water source heat pump, ductless heat pump)
Review the Window Replacement Requirements page.
How Much Will My Rebate Be?
- Single-family: $2 to $8 per square foot. Window areas are subject to the U-value and house heat source.
- Manufactured: $6 to $8 per square foot. Window areas are subject to the U-value and house heat source.
- Multifamily: $12 to $16 per square foot. Window areas are subject to the U-value and house heat source.