Answering Questions: Window rebates   

Tags: Energy Efficiency, Rebates/Incentives

On Friday I received an e-mail from Robert, an Avista customer, who asked this: “We are putting new windows in our home and we are wondering if there is rebate/rate benefits for certain type windows. If so what do we do?”

Answer: We make it pretty easy to find what rebates are available for you on our website www.everylittlebit.com. Just click on the House of Rebates. You’ll see a graphic of a house with little red circles on it. Click on the circles – the one for windows is on the front window of the house – to get details on rebates on that area of your home. Rebates and incentives are listed by state, so make sure you’re looking at the appropriate one.

Commercial customers can also find rebates and incentives on www.everylittlebit.com, but should click on Efficiency Avenue.

It’s a good idea to check out the rebate forms before you make a purchase. We have certain standards for efficiency for just about everything. You wouldn’t want to buy an item expecting a rebate, only to find out it doesn’t qualify for the program. Make sure to save your receipts too, as you’ll need them when you send in your rebate form.

Some professional contractors or retail stores may have the rebate details concerning their products, but just to be safe, do your homework on www.everylittlebit.com first to be an informed shopper to get the best deal.

Good luck and happy, efficient shopping.
 
 
Posted by  System Account  on  8/3/2009
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