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Heating & Cooling

Turn up the Comfort

Did you know that heating and cooling energy use accounts for more than half your home’s energy costs?

Don’t let upfront costs keep you from making your home more comfortable and energy efficient. ComEd heating and cooling rebates make it easier to invest in efficient heating and cooling equipment for your home and save on your energy costs in the process.

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Home Comfort Is Easier Than Ever

ComEd customers can save on the upfront costs of high-quality, high-efficiency equipment by taking advantage of heating and cooling rebates, which can lead to greater comfort and energy savings. Rebates range from $50 to $6,000 for a wide variety of high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment.

Is it Time to Upgrade?

Not sure if your equipment is ready to be replaced? Here are some signs it may be time to upgrade your equipment:

  • Your heating and cooling equipment is unreliable, inefficient or over 15 years old.
  • You’ve noticed excessive blower noises or sporadic pops, bangs or rattles from your furnace.
  • Your energy costs seem unusually high.

Source: ENERGY STAR®

Available Rebates

Equipment 2019 Incentives
Central Air Conditioning ≥ 18 SEER $600
Central Air Conditioning ≥ 16 SEER $400
Central Air Conditioning ≥ 15 SEER $300
ECM Furnace Motor — Retrofit $100
ECM Furnace Motor — Factory Installed $50
Air-Source Heat Pump ≥ 18 SEER $600
Air-Source Heat Pump ≥ 16 SEER $500
Air-Source Heat Pump ≥ 14.5 SEER $400
Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump ≥ 17 SEER and ≥ 9.5 HSPF $400
Ground Source Heat Pump (Geothermal)* up to $6,000
Ground Source Heat Pump (Internal) ≥ 20 EER $1,200
Ground Source Heat Pump (Internal) ≥ 17 EER $1,000
Ground Source Heat Pump (Internal) ≥ 15 EER $850

*All geothermal measures require a GAOI certified service provider.

Definitions

SEER – Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
SEER ratings measure the efficiency of equipment. When comparing different air conditioning units, a higher SEER rating indicates a more energy-efficient system.

EER – Energy Efficiency Ratio
EER measures the energy efficiency of an HVAC unit. The higher the rating, the more efficient it is.

HSPF – Heating Seasonal Performance Factor Ratio
HSPF is the ratio of the heat output of the system measured over the heating season compared to the electricity used by the system. The higher the HSPF rating of a unit, the more energy efficient it is.

To receive ComEd rebates for qualifying heating and cooling systems, installations must be completed by a ComEd Energy Efficiency Service Provider.

Benefits

In addition to rebates for your new high-efficiency equipment, you’ll enjoy:

  • Improved home comfort
  • Lower energy bills
  • Peace of mind knowing your equipment is new and reliable

Ready to Make a Change?

 

Get More Info

For more information, visit ComEd.com/HeatingCooling

 

Find a ComEd Service Provider

ComEdRebates.com/FindaEEServiceProvider

 

Give Us a Call

Call us at 1-855-433-2700 during normal business hours to speak with a ComEd Energy Efficiency Program representative.



The ComEd Energy Efficiency Program is funded in compliance with state law.

Offers are subject to change.

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