US Air Home Energy is a participating contractor with both APS and SRP. Through these programs, you can save up to $800+ with your initial rebate when you choose us to replace your A/C! Click to program links below for rebate program requirements:
By working with SRP, you save $800 back on a new energy-efficient AC or heat pump through its Cool Cash Rebate Program. Therefore, these steps need completion:
Check out all the details on SRP’s Cool Cash Rebate page, which includes the application. Offer ends April 30th, 2018.
Through APS, customers save $95+ when replacing their AC or central heating pump through us at US Air Home Energy. Therefore, these steps need completion:
For specifics, you can read the official application here on their official PDF.
CPS Energy gives you the opportunity to potentially save you $100-275 when you complete the recommended upgrade measures through expert services provided by US Air Home Energy. Therefore, these steps need completion:
Through Austin Energy, customers save up to $2,400 when completing the recommended upgrade measures through Home Performance with Energy Star. As a result, this includes a $200 discount on a new Trane unit or one of these major brands. Therefore, these steps need completion:
US Air Home Energy will meet these requirements for you!
You are excluded from the rebate if:
For more information on this offer visit the Austin Energy website here.
SEER: Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio measures how efficiently a central cooling system (air conditioner or heat pump) will operate over an entire cooling season.
EER: Energy Efficiency Ratio measures how efficiently a cooling system will operate when the outdoor temperature is at a specific level (usually 95º F).
HSPF: Heating Season Performance Factor measures how efficiently heat pumps will operate in their heating mode over an entire heating season.
VSCS: Variable Speed Capacity Systems continuously adjusts (modulate) power output of the compressor motor enabling it to speed up or slow down according to the heating or cooling load in the home. In addition, this ability to modulate compressor capacity enables many of the advantages of variable speed technology including improved efficiency, comfort and precise cooling/heating load matching. Therefore, pre-set stage compressors do not qualify for the variable capacity compressor rebate but may qualify for other rebates.
AHRI: Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute.
Manual J: Manual J is the name for a specific protocol (often called “Heat Load Calculation” or “Cooling Load Calculation“) used to determine how much heating/cooling a home needs to stay cool and dry in the summer and warm in the winter.
Above info sourced from SRP