Take Advantage of HVAC Rebates and Savings
The New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland area’s humid summers and snowy winters take their toll on your heating and cooling system. If you’re looking to replace your old, worn-out system, HVAC rebates can help you save.
Rebates Bring Your Money Back
While a price discount or coupon reduces your upfront costs at the time of purchase, a rebate means a portion of the purchase price will be returned to you. Simply complete the rebate form you were given when you bought the equipment, and send it in along with any other required documents, such as your receipt. Take care to send the rebate form in before the deadline, which is usually three to six months after purchase.
Rebates in Your Area
HVAC rebates are offered by equipment manufacturers, retail outlets that sell heating and cooling equipment, utility providers, and government agencies.
In New Jersey, the Clean Energy Energy Star Appliance Rebate program offers rebates to homeowners buying a Energy Star-qualified refrigerator, washer or dryer, or lighting. Two levels of rebates are available depending on the appliance’s efficiency rating. Customers of South Jersey Gas can cash in on the Residential Energy Efficiency Rebate Program when buying certain high-efficiency equipment.
Over in Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Gas Works offers HVAC rebates to their customers investing in high-efficiency gas furnaces and boilers. The company’s Home Rebates Program provides rebates to customers doing home efficiency upgrades. Customers of PECO electric service can enjoy rebates on a variety of Energy-Star qualified appliances, including water heaters, air conditioners, and even geothermal heat pumps.
Washington Gas customers in Maryland can cut the costs of their home energy upgrades thanks to the company’s Residential Rebate Program. If you’re with the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative, look into their Residential Energy Efficiency Program for rebates on your weatherization upgrades.
At Sobieski Services, Inc., our goal is to help our customers in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey learn more about energy and home comfort issues — especially HVAC and plumbing issues — so that they can save money and live in healthier, more comfortable homes.