Rebates & Incentives
Although making your home more energy efficient can seem to be a little on the expensive side, utility incentives are out there to make making your home more energy efficient easier than ever before. Combined with improved home value and energy savings year after year, a home performance upgrade can be an attractive investment in the long term.
We want to make sure you understand what is being offered and will guide through the process of obtaining your utility rebates.
What is a rebate?
A rebate is a partial refund followed by a purchase. In our case, the utility company will write the homeowner a check if they abide by the circumstances listed. There are a number of rebates for home performance upgrades available. The following is a good breakdown of what is available to you and from what utilities:
Construction Home Energy Audit
All homes must complete a construction energy audit in order to receive any SRP and APS rebates for duct sealing or insulation.
Home Performance Upgrades
Audit “Booster” Rebate
|$250 per duct system||$250||N/A||N/A||N/A|
$400 per duct system
$300 / duct system for townhomes
New AC Unit and Heat Pump Upgrades
New AC Unit
|APS Customers||$200 until AC rebates run out|
$75-$1,125 Depending on SEER, HSPF, and EER (view details on AC rebates here)
Variable Speed Pool Pump Upgrades
Variable Speed Pool Pump