Up to $1,500 Rebate for the Replacement of Your Older, Less-Efficient Central AC!
Older air conditioning (AC) units are expensive to operate, maintain, and fix when they break down.
* Maximum rebate for AC Replace Before It Breaks Rebate Program is $1,500. This rebate program applies to central AC units including heat pumps. Does not apply to wall/window AC units or mini-split systems. Click here for more information on types of air conditioning units.
Combine Rebates for Even More Savings
You want to be comfortable and lower your energy costs, but replacing your AC is a significant investment. We understand, and we're helping you to maximize your savings.
Here's How to Combine Your Savings:
In addition to saving up to $1,500 through the AC Replace Before It Breaks Rebate Program, you can save even more with our Residential Rebate Program. Qualifying energy-efficient AC units earn rebates of $140-$250 per ton.
Learn More About Our Residential Rebate Program >
2 Multi-Stage Capability allows for the HVAC system to adjust its power output depending on the temperature in the home.
3 Example assumes a 15 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) AC, purchased in Burbank. See our Residential Rebate Program for more details.
Older ACs Are Expensive
If your 10-year-old AC is operating at an EER 9 level, you can expect savings of 20-30% by taking advantage of this rebate program.
R-22 is Hard on the Planet and Your Wallet
R-22 cannot be produced after 2020. Only recycled or reclaimed supplies will be available, which will dramatically drive up the cost of servicing older AC units that run on R-22.
Act now to avoid having to repair your older AC. Save on a high-efficiency AC in three simple steps!
Here's How to Claim Your Rebate:
1. Select a participating contractor from this list of approved local contractors.*
Approved contractors have received specialized training and are certified to install new central AC units.
If your preferred contractor is not on the list, refer them Proctor Engineering Group, who is overseeing the recruitment, training, and certification for this rebate program.
2. Your contractor will take care of you throughout the rebate process. They are responsible for testing your central AC unit to ensure that it's eligible for the program.
3. Receive your rebate! Your contractor will submit the documentation needed for your rebate, including a finaled permit and invoice. You'll receive your rebate check in 2-4 weeks after the permit has been finaled.