Duke Energy Smart Saver Rebate Program. Learn More.

Did you know that Duke Energy offers a Smart Saver Rebate program to its clients?

As a customer, you are eligible to receive several rebates for making your home efficient.

duke_energy_logo_By improving the air quality in your home, fixing uneven temperature spots and improving the efficiency of your home’s heating systems, your energy usage costs will reduce and you’ll save money on your monthly bill.

In addition, you can earn rebates such as: $200 for HVAC install, $50 for a Health Check, $100 for duct work and $250 for insulating and sealing your attic.

HVAC Install. If your equipment is more than ten years old, or doesn’t seem to be keeping your home’s temperature as comfortable as you’d like this season, you may want to consider an update. Duke Energy will give you $200 for each new, qualifying heat pump and central air conditioner you have professionally installed by a preferred contractor.

Health Check. Have the participating contractor evaluate your unit’s efficiency, improve air quality and get $50 toward improving your heating and cooling system. In addition, your bills will be lowered.

Duct Work. Have a professional review your air ducts. If they aren’t properly sealed, they may be bringing in dirt and other impurities. Take advantage of Duke Energy rebates and lower your energy bills all year long.

Insulation. Be sure your insulation is doing the job it was intended to do. If it’s done properly, insulation not only gives you cost savings all year long, but also improves your home’s air quality.

Click here to learn more.

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