contractors & installers.
Find a Certified Installer
*A note on these resources: we've linked to databases that list licensed contractors with training in electric appliances and available financing options. There may be other qualified contractors in our area beyond the ones listed. Additionally, since these are third-party resources, the Electrify Missoula cohort hasn't authenticated every installer.
PTCS Certified Installer Database
Not all technicians are equal when it comes to HVAC efficiency. When a heat pump is commissioned by a Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS) certified technician, it helps ensure it is installed to the highest level of performance for home comfort and energy savings. A PTCS certified technician is trained to properly size your system and recommend the best equipment for your home, install heat pumps and seal ducts to standards way above code, and voluntarily submit to third party inspections of work completed.
Heat Pump Water Heater Retailers & Installers
Find local retailers and installers certified in heat pump water heaters. Learn more about if this technology is right for you here; and check out this local rebate.
NorthWestern Energy's Efficiency Plus Partners
For electric and energy-efficiency measures or projects, custom incentives may be available through E+ Business Partners. Opportunities include energy-efficiency and load-management projects in new and retrofit applications including commercial, institutional, industrial, agricultural, and multi-family residential facilities/systems. NorthWestern Energy solicits proposals for this program through customers, architects, engineers and other energy-efficiency trade allies.
Workforce Development Resources
Electrify Missoula and partners are committed to supporting the local energy-efficiency workforce. We are currently developing resources that connect professionals to trainings, credentials, and online education opportunities.
Comfort Ready Home - Online Training Center
Online PTCS training, webinars, and continuing education opportunities to help contractors perform energy-efficient installation.
DOE Better Buildings Professional Credentials Hub
Formal education programs that can help you gain the industry-recognized credentials you need to establish your career.