Over 50% paid by Energy Trust!

Thanks to a new, limited-time Energy Trust of Oregon promotion, manufactured home owners may be eligible for an increased incentive to upgrade their inefficient electric forced-air heating systems to heat pump systems or ductless heat pumps.

“The program pays for over 50% of the upgrade costs, and there are no income limits that apply.

Any manufactured home owner (even landlords) served by Pacific Power or PGE may be eligible – and save a lot of money in both the short and long term.”

The program offers a $2500 instant incentive* for upgrading to a ductless unit, and $3000 instant incentive* for upgrading to a conventional heat pump. These are instant incentives paid directly to the installer, who will deduct the incentive amount from your invoice, reducing out-of-pocket costs and help make it more affordable for all homeowners.

This includes Honeywell T-6 Lyric WiFi thermostat with outdoor sensor, outdoor unit, indoor coil, crossover inspection, high voltage electrical, pad, condensate and permit.

Click here to view a list of heat pump prices.

Call us!

(503) 769-7519

 1740 Shaff Rd #316, Stayton, OR 97383


As an Energy Trust of Oregon trade ally, we can help you access cash incentives to make it easier to improve your home’s energy efficiency.

*Pricing is set based on size of manufactured homes. Discount only available for manufactured homes without a heat pump. EnergyTrust incentives are instant and available to PGE and Pacific Power customers only. Homes must be built prior to 2016.

Salem, OR EnergyTrust Manufactured Home Heat Pump Promo

Ductless heat pumps are installed on the wall and use a remote, while conventional heat pump systems  use outside air to transfer heat in or out of the home as needed. Both offer substantial energy savings over a  traditional electric furnace.

Homeowners can anticipate a 50% reduction in their annual heating costs by using a heat pump instead of a standard electric furnace.

Only a few contractors are authorized to install heating systems under this promotion. Focus Heating & Cooling has been selected to serve the communities of Linn and Marion Counties.

“We took that as a sign that we’re doing a great job with our products and installation,” said Burns. “We’ve worked with Energy Trust for a long time and their programs always make our customers very happy. We were part of the original pilot program so we’re happy to keep installing these systems. And we do all of the paperwork for our customers, so they don’t have to keep track of anything. They just have to collect the savings!”

Focus Heating & Cooling is the Silver Award Winner in the 2018 Best of the Mid-Willamette Valley contest. The recognition puts this local company at the top of a list of over nearly two dozen other HVAC companies that serve the area.

“Focus Heating is the only company that I will call,” said Tina Jahn, a Santiam Canyon resident. Jahn been working with Jason Burns—and his now nine-member staff—since the company started in 2004.

“They always exceed my expectations,” said Jahn. “I’ve had them out for multiple homes, to fix everything from repairing an older system, to installing a new ductless system. I’m 100% happy with every project they have worked on.”

Focus Heating & Cooling was named as a Top 100 Daikin Dealer for 2017. Daikin is the manufacturer of a line of HVAC systems that are well known for their long life, workmanship and efficiency. “Out of the entire North American continent, Focus reached the top 100 dealers,” explained Jason Burns. “We’re proud to sell and install these high quality ductless systems.”

For more information about the manufactured home promotional heating incentive, or if you have any other questions regarding your heating and cooling systems, contact Focus Heating & Cooling via their contact form or at 503-769-7519, visit focusheatingandcooling.com or email [email protected]. Office hours are Monday – Friday from 8am to 5pm.

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