How to Find the rebates and Incentives for your new thermostat?
Figuring out the right Thermostat Rebates could be confusing. Most of the thermostat companies have rebates and incentives page where you can type in your zip code and will display the companies they work with and where you can get some extra money.
There are also government programs in every state and city. Ther are also federal tax breaks related to lowering your carbon footprint.
Most of the major programmable thermostats makers qualify for rebates and incentives. If you are purchasing a new thermostat, don’t forget to check the brand’s website for Intensives section. These offers include free thermostats and free sensors at no cost. Security companies offer free thermostats or free sensors with the service purchase. Most electricity companies and some solar panel companies offer free thermostats as well. You can also get Federal Tax breaks for installing a WiFi thermostat in your house. Before you make your purchase make sure to check these links out.
Links for Thermostat Rebates
For Ecobee Thermostats use the following link for rebates. https://www.ecobee.com/rebates/
For Nest, Products use the following link for rebates and discounts. https://nest.com/rebates-and-rewards/
For Honeywell Thermostats use the following link for rebates and discounts. https://yourhome.honeywell.com/en/special-offers
Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency
California Only : You can turn in your old mercury thermostat for $5-$10 dollar gift card at a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facility.