2020 Spring Residential Heating & Air Conditioning Rebate Program


Thank you for your interest in The Electrical Association of Philadelphia’s 2020 Spring Residential Heating & Air Conditioning Rebate Program, which can save you up to $1,200!

In both the Spring and Fall, EAP partners with participating manufacturers, distributors, and local heating and air conditioning contractors to provide homeowners amazing savings on heat pumps, central air conditioning and mini-split systems.

All Residential Rebate Program contractors carry a minimum of $100,000 of liability coverage and maintain current Home Improvement Contractor (HIC) credentials, so you know you are working with an insured and qualified contractor!

To obtain an EAP rebate, you must work with a participating contractor; you may locate a participating contractor here.

This list is updated each Monday.

Participating contractors will assess your heating and cooling needs and help you find the best solution for your home, whether it is a high-efficiency heat pump, central air conditioning system or mini-split system. Click on the link above to find participating contractors.

Rebates available on the following brands:

Central A/C and Heat Pumps: Amana, American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, Goodman, Lennox, Rheem, Trane
Mini-Split Ductless Systems: Bryant, Carrier, Daikin, Goodman, Fujitsu, Lennox, Mitsubishi Electric, Rheem, York

When does the program run?
Effective April 6, 2020, the 2020 Spring Rebate Program has been extended six-weeks. The deadlines below reflect the six-week extension.

The 2020 Spring Residential Rebate Program begins February 12, 2020. In order to qualify for an EAP rebate, all contracts with your contractor must be signed on or after this date. The final date to sign off on a contract for your system is June 3, 2020. All systems must be installed on or before June 17, 2020.

How much can I save?

Participating contractors can offer rebates between $500 and $1,200 depending on your system. Rebate levels are based on the installed system’s efficiency, measured in SEER, EER, and HSPF levels.

How will I get my rebate?

The EAP rebate will be deducted directly from your invoice by your contractor. You will not need to submit anything to the manufacturer. Your contract and invoice should clearly note “EAP Rebate” and the rebate amount provided by the contractor.

Can I combine this rebate with other manufacturer rebates?

This offer is not valid in combination with other rebates with the sole exception of PECO Rebates, which can be combined with EAP rebates if system levels meet PECO rebate requirements. Your participating contractor may be able to assist you in applying for PECO’s rebates. Note 12 EER systems will not qualify for PECO rebates.
Are there any restrictions?

Equipment purchased from Home Improvement or other Retail Stores is also not eligible. All equipment must be purchased through a participating contractor. The contract with your participating HVAC contractor must be signed between February 12 and June 3, 2020. Your system must be installed by June 17, 2020. Equipment for project quotes and/or new construction quotes is excluded from this offer.

If you have questions, please contact The Electrical Association of Philadelphia at 610-825-1600 x 14 or at matt@eap.org. Looking to participate as a contractor? Click here.

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. Neither PECO Energy nor The Electrical Association of Philadelphia warrants or guarantees the work of participating contractors or equipment sold in any way, nor has either PECO Energy or The Electrical Association of Philadelphia inspected, tested, or qualified the equipment sold under the program.