Cash in on HVAC Savings and Rebates
While buying more efficient heating and cooling equipment is a major investment, the improved comfort and energy savings you’ll get over the equipment’s life will pay big dividends. What’s more, you can avoid breaking your budget by taking advantage of HVAC rebates.
Some government agencies, equipment manufacturers and utility provides offer these rebates, which allow you to recoup a portion of the purchase price you paid for new HVAC equipment and related accessories. To qualify for rebates, the equipment must meet certain energy-efficiency guidelines.
Local HVAC Rebates
Here are some of the local rebates that you can take advantage of:
- The customers of the municipal utilities of Dover, Newark, and Milford cities in Delaware can enjoy rebates on geothermal heat pumps. The heat pumps must have a minimum COP (coefficient of performance) of 3.0 and energy efficiency ratio (EER) of 14.0.
- In Pennsylvania, PECO electric service offers rebates on Energy Star-qualified HVAC equipment and appliances to its customers. Duquesne Light Company provides rebates on energy-saving furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, and programmable thermostats.
- New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program provides rebates for energy-efficient heating and cooling equipment. New Jersey Natural Gas offers rebates for installing gas boilers, gas furnaces, or gas water heaters. South Jersey Gas customers are eligible for rebates on specified high-efficiency heating systems.
- In Maryland, Washington Gas customers can take advantage of the rebates that are on offer for qualifying thermostats, furnaces, and water heaters. The Baltimore Gas & Electric Company provides rebates for insulation measures, furnaces, and HVAC tune-ups.
Make use of these rebates to reduce the costs of enhancing your home’s comfort and energy efficiency. For more information on HVAC rebates, contact Sobieski Services, Inc. We aim to educate our customers in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey on the energy and home comfort issues — particularly plumbing and HVAC issues — that affect them so that they can make their homes healthier, more comfortable and energy-efficient.