Did you know that there are numerous rebate programs for mini split heat pumps and ductless air conditioners. Retrofitting or even adding a new high efficiency heat pump to your home or business can be a lot more affordable than you think, thanks to rebates being offered by a number of energy and utility companies.
The programs do vary by state and utility company, but on average you are looking at savings that range anywhere between $200 to $800 depending on your location. That can sometimes be up to 50% of the systems cost, and that is not taking into consideration the significant energy savings in the long run.
Some of the General Features Required by Rebate Programs
- SEER 15 or Greater
- ENERGY STAR Certification
- Unit Must be AHRI Certified
- Installed by a Professional HVAC Technician
Installing a more modern system not only helps improve your homes temperature, but it also helps reduce your energy costs. If your switching from a gas or oil furnace, you will likely save upwards of 60% of your energy costs. When compared to an older mini split system, you’ll likely be saving somewhere around 40% of your electric costs, which can add up to huge savings at the end of the year.
- Use less energy and lower your electric bills
- Improve the year-round comfort and air quality of your home.
So where can you find out about local rebates on mini split heat pumps in your area? We recommend that you contact your utility company or power provider directly, or visit there website to check for any rebates and/or incentives that may be offered on air-source heat pump or mini split air conditioner.