CASH BACK INCENTIVES
WHEN YOU ARE READY YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO WAIT!
- You receive incentive discount instantly off invoice!
- You don’t have to wait six to eight weeks for a check!
- Makes your projects more affordable!
- Less paperwork for you!
- You get to work with a three-star Energy Trust trade ally who is specially qualified to offer Instant Incentives!
Windows play a large part in regulating energy use and costs. ENERGY STAR® qualified high-efficiency windows reduce condensation, decrease drafts and air leaks, and can increase your home’s value and curb appeal. Installing new, tight-fitting windows also helps seal your home against unwanted air intrusion or escape.
As an Energy Trust of Oregon Trade Ally Contractor, we are able to take your rebate off your bill as an immediate discount on projects we install.
Call for details or fill out the “request an estimate” form to see if you qualify.
0% Interest Loans Available
If you don’t have the cash to pay for your windows up front, most utility companies have 0% interest loans.
The loan programs have the same qualifying factors as rebates with U-factor playing an important part in the equation.
Depending on the cost of your project, you could have up to 48 months to repay your loan.
Get cash rebates for increasing the energy efficiency of your home
Refunds are paid directly to you after the completion of your job and you have paid your contractor in full.
Rebates rates are based on the U-factor. The rate of heat loss is indicated in terms of the U-factor (U-value) of a window assembly. The lower the U-factor, the greater a window’s resistance to heat flow and the better its insulating properties. Many utilities have a scale that pays more per square foot of glass the lower the u-value.
With rates ranging from $2 to $8, it pays to check with your utility company to maximize your rebate.
Important for customers to note that it’s the energy company that supplies their HEATING that will give the rebates and loans. Most companies not listed here don’t have their own program. People using those utilities fall under Energy Trust of Oregon.