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How Does a Ductless Heat Pump Work?

A ductless heat pump works much like a refrigerator, but can switch from cooling to heating with the click of a button. It uses refrigerant to transfer heat energy between indoors and outdoors.

In the winter, the refrigerant pulls heat from the outdoors to provide endless warmth in your home

In the summer, the refrigerant pulls heat from inside your home to quickly and quietly cool it.

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Are Ductless Heat Pumps Right for Me?

People choose ductless system for their benefits and simplicity.

Increased Comfort

Ductless heat pumps provide endless warmth during the winter months and quick and quiet cooling during the summer.

Improved Air Quality

Ductless heat pumps have a built-in air filter that, unlike hidden ducts, is easy to clean and is reusable.

Simple Installation

Alpine Ductless' installation process is quick and seamless - a basic install can take as little as 4 hours.

Control Your Comfort, 
Control Your Costs

Save on Energy Costs with Zoned Temperature Control

Whether you're replacing an existing system or installing a new one, ductless heat pumps can turn any room, area, or even your entire home into a haven of comfort at a fraction of the cost of traditional systems.

Ductless heat pumps are designed to save energy. Users often see up to a 50% reduction in their heating bill.

Washington's Utility Rebates

Utilities in the state of Washington recognize ductless heating systems as a highly energy-efficient heating and cooling choice. If you replace your inefficient heating system, you may qualify for a significant rebate from your local utility company.

Alpine Ductless helps hundreds of customers with the rebate process each year. Our rebate specialists can help you find a rebate in your area. For most utilities, we can also process the rebate on your behalf and deduct the rebate amount from your invoice.