Air source and geothermal heat pumps and central air conditioning systems.
AIR SOURCE AND GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS AND CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS.
Performed by licensed contractor.
HVAC unit must be located in a home served by Southeastern Indiana REMC.
Unit must be 3 or more years old and not have an existing preventative maintenance contract or agreement.
The tune-up must be performed by a licensed HVAC contractor with itemized receipt.
Submission for rebates must be within 90 days of tune-up service in the same calendar year.
One rebate per member account per calendar year.
Approved rebates will be returned to the customer in the form of a check by mail via the U.S. Postal Service.
Rebate participation is subject to funding availability. First come, first served applications until funding is exhausted.
Limit of two rebates per household. Rebates for HVAC equipment are available for whole home installations only unless otherwise stated. To receive a rebate, all homeowners must provide AHRI (Air conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute) validation for all SEER and EER ratings that can be obtained from the installing heating and cooling dealer. No rebate will be awarded based on HVAC dealer bid specifications, promotional material of dealer, manufacturer or any other source than AHRI. A certificate of AHRI-certified performance must be submitted. The cooperative reserves the right to approve, deny or select the appropriate rebate. The co-op also reserves the right to inspect and verify installation of equipment receiving a rebate.