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Roseville Electric Rebates You Can't Miss Out On
February 9, 2022
We are all used to the ritual of sending money to Roseville Electric every month. But what if Roseville Electric wanted to turn the tables, and give you some dough for a change? These Roseville Electric rebates offer impressive savings on upgrading the equipment in your home, which in turn can even reduce your monthly energy costs and make your home more comfortable. So with these Roseville utility rebates, you actually save twice.
Save on Heat Pump Installation
Heating and cooling your home makes up the majority of your energy use, and if your old AC unit and gas furnace are running on tilt to keep your home comfortable, an upgrade to heat pumps offers many benefits on its own. One heat pump can provide both hot and cold air, using only electricity (and not very much of it). This can offer impressive savings for the lifespan of the system, and with the Roseville Electric rebates, you can save $900/ton on the cost of converting your gas system to an electric system, and $100/ton for electric-to-electric upgrades.
Ductless Mini Split Rebates Also Apply
Ductless heat pumps, also known as ductless mini splits, utilize the same all electric heat pump technology without needing to be connected to a central ductwork system. These are particularly great for newly added square footage or previously unfinished areas of your home. Mini splits qualify for a rebate of $900/ton for gas to electric, and $250/ton for electric to electric
Save $3,000 on Heat Pump Water Heater Installation
A heat pump water heater operates similarly to the well-known electric resistance water heaters, but instead of creating the heat your bathing and cleaning required, a heat pump water heater makes use of the existing ambient heat already inside of a home. A heat pump water heater uses two to three times less energy than a standard electric water heater, increasing the efficiency of your home and reducing your monthly costs.
Heat pump water heater installation qualifies for a $3,000 rebate for gas-to-electric, and $600 for an electric-to-electric.
How to Get These California Energy Rebates in 2021
Are these rebates making you take a second look at your home heating and cooling equipment, or perhaps your energy bills? If you are looking to take this opportunity to upgrade the comfort and efficiency of your home, all you need to do is call Brower Mechanical. As a participating contractor with the Roseville Electric residential retrofit rebate program, we can ensure you receive the right equipment, the best installation, and we will do all the administrative rebate work for you! This ensures you pay the lowest amount possible for equipment that will work efficiently for many years to come.
The best place to start? An energy audit to assess your home comfort challenges and to give the experts at Brower Mechanical the insight they need to design the right system for your home, while also taking advantage of the available rebates.