Duct Sealing for Your Home

No cost to you!

Pacific Power is offering qualifying customers a ductwork system inspection to identify and seal leaky ducts in electrically heated single-family homes completely free of charge.

Ductwork in single family homes may leak up to 30% of heated air into the crawl space, costing the average customer up to $150 per year on energy bills. 

FREE Services include:

Testing your ductwork performance and leakage
Sealing air leaks in your ductwork
Sealing crossover duct and connections, and replacing if necessary
Free LED bulbs installed to replace eligible halogen and incandescent lighting
Free Smart Thermostat for eligible customers

Through our Wattsmart Home Energy Savings program this service is available at no cost for a limited time only to owners and tenants of electrically heated single family homes using heat pumps or electric forced air furnaces. Work will be performed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Step 1: See if you Qualify

☑ Be a residential Pacific Power customer
Live in a single-family home*
Have ducted electric heat serving at least 80% of the home’s conditioned living space
Ducts must be in attic or crawl space
Gas heat is NOT qualified

Step 2: Schedule an Appointment

Home Energy Experts is participating in Pacific Power’s Wattsmart Home Energy Savings program to perform work in your area. If you meet the qualifications listed above, please contact Home Energy Experts to request an appointment by calling (509) 288-4971. Se habla español.

If you have any questions about Home Energy Experts’ involvement with the Wattsmart program, contact our call center at 1-855-805-7231.

*Please Note: Technicians will need access to your furnace and all heat registers. Allow approximately three hours for work to be completed. If you have wood stoves or fireplaces, all fires must be out at least two hours prior to the appointment. Participation is subject to approval and available funding. This letter is not a guarantee that your home will qualify. Funding for this service is provided by Pacific Power as part of the Home Energy Savings program. More information is available at www.pacificpower.net/incentive