2020 Spring Residential Heating & Air Conditioning Rebate Program

Thank you for your interest in participating as a HVAC contractor in The Electrical Association of Philadelphia’s 2020 Spring Residential Heating and Air Conditioning Rebate Program, which can save your customers up to $1,200 on participating brands from participating manufacturers and distributors. The 2020 Spring Rebate Program is open to both EAP members and non-members.

Contractors may enroll in the program here

What are the Program Requirements?

  • All participating contractors must have a minimum of $100,000 in combined liability insurance and a current HIC number
  • Contractor must purchase a participating equipment from a participating manufacturer/distributor
  • Customer contracts must be signed between February 12 and April 22, 2020
  • Contractor must include the rebate amount on invoice and deduct it from the amount charged to the customer
  • All systems must be installed by May 6
  • All claims must be submitted to EAP by May 20

What Brands are Participating?

Click the links below to learn more about which brands are eligible for rebates.

Heat Pump and Air Conditioning Brands

Mini Split Brands

NOTE:  Equipment for project quotes and/or new construction quotes is excluded from this offer.

2020 Spring Rebate Levels

Central Air Conditioning Systems
$500 on a 16.0 to 17.99 SEER, 12.5 EER (or higher)
$700 on a 18.0 to 19.99 SEER, 12 EER** (or higher)
$1,000 on a 20.0 or higher SEER, 12 EER** (or higher)

* Rebate increased for Spring 2020 rebate program.

** EER reduced for Spring 2020 rebate program for 18.00 SEER or higher systems. Note 12 EER systems will not qualify for PECO rebates.
 

Heat Pump Systems
$600 on a 16.0 to 17.99 SEER, 8.5 HSPF, 12.5 EER (or higher)
$800* on a 18.0 to 19.99 SEER, 8.5 HSPF, 12 EER** (or higher)
$1,200* on a 20.0 or higher SEER, 8.5 HSPF, 12 EER** (or higher)
$800 on an 18 EER geothermal heat pump system (or higher)


* Rebate increased for Spring 2020 rebate program.

** EER reduced for Spring 2020 rebate program for 18.00 SEER or higher systems. Note 12 EER systems will not qualify for PECO rebates.

Additional $100 on a dual fuel heat pump (hybrid) – Heat Pump. Efficiency must meet $600 level Rebate (see above). This is NOT a separate rebate – just an additional amount.

Mini Split Systems
Single Zone High Efficiency Equipment:
$100 per outdoor unit on a 20.0 SEER, 9.6 HSPF, 12.5 EER (or higher) heat pump system
or
Multi Zone High Efficiency Equipment:
$75 per head on a 16.0 SEER, 9.0 HSPF, 12.0 EER (or higher) heat pump system*

*Multi Zone systems do not qualify for PECO rebate unless system is 16.0 + SEER and 12.5 EER or higher

Who Pays the Rebate? How Will my Customer Receive their Rebate?

Participating contractors will subtract the rebate from the customer’s contract and final invoice, dependent upon the equipment purchased. Please be sure this figure is included on the customers contract and invoice as “EAP Rebate”.  Rebates will be offered on full heat pump or central air conditioning systems. For heat pump systems, this means that both the outdoor unit and indoor air handler must be replaced. For central air conditioning systems, this means that the outdoor unit, indoor fan-bearing unit/furnace, and coil must be replaced. Add-on coils alone are not eligible for a rebate.

The Contractor and the Manufacturer or Distributor equally share the cost of the rebate outlined; 50% Contractor and 50% Manufacturer or Distributor.
Manufacturers/Distributors must reimburse contractors within 15 days of receiving claim forms. EAP will send the claim form, an original invoice clearly noting EAP Rebate provided to customer, and the AHRI Certificate of Product Rating sheet for each rebate of a qualifying system from a participating manufacturer.

How do I Submit Claims?

Following installation, the Contractor must file a claim with The EAP to receive its remaining 50% of the rebate amount from the manufacturer/distributor. Participating contractors will receive a claim form for submittal or can submit claims online. Participating contractors must provide an original invoice clearly noting “EAP Rebate” provided to customer, and the AHRI Certificate of Product Rating sheet for each rebate of a qualifying system from a participating manufacturer. Manufacturers/Distributors must reimburse contractors within 15 days ofreceiving claim forms.

Can a Customer Combine EAP’s Rebate?

This offer is not valid in combination with manufacturer rebates however PECO Rebates can be combined with EAP rebates if system levels meet PECO rebate requirements. EAP recommends assisting your customers in applying for PECO’ s rebate online.

How Can I Educate Customers about EAP’s Rebate?

The EAP will provide participating contractors and manufacturer/distributors with program marketing materials and will promote the program to customers through a variety of mediums.

When is the Program Available?

This offer is only valid from February 12, 2020 – May 6, 2020.
All customer contracts must be signed on or before April 22, 2020.  
All systems must be installed by May 6, 2020.  
All paperwork must be submitted to EAP by the contractor by May 20, 2020.
Not a member of EAP? Have a question about the program?  Please contact Matt Deibert at The Electrical Association of Philadelphia by phone at (610) 825-1600, ext. 14, or by e-mail at matt@eap.org with any questions.

This program is conducted by The Electrical Association of Philadelphia. PECO Energy does not receive any payments in connection with the program, and its involvement is limited to making information about the program available to their customers.

1/30/2020