Get up to $300

Is it time to replace your old, worn-out heating and cooling system? If your heating and cooling equipment is more than 10 years old or isn't making your home as comfortable as you'd like, consider installing a high-efficiency system. It will help:

  • Make your home more comfortable
  • Reduce your energy usage and carbon footprint
  • Save you money for years to come

Here is the best part. Choose AAA as your contractor and we will give you the rebate at the time of purchase. You get the benefit instantly and we will do all the leg work on the back end to get reimbursed from Duke Energy. See below to make sure you choose a qualifying system.

Switch to a more energy-efficient system

You might be surprised at which areas of your home use the most energy. Heating and cooling use the most energy in an average household – more than 40% of your monthly bill comes from the energy needed to heat and cool your home.*

This chart illustrates how much you can save when you install a new HVAC system that uses less energy to heat and cool your home. A SEER number is an energy-efficiency rating. The higher the number, the less energy the system needs to use to make your home comfortable. And the benefits add up!

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These figures represent the expected overall performance of the unit for a year, based on average weather and location. Figures are from 2021. Annual operating costs based on 3-ton system and $0.11 per kilowatt-hour. Average cooling degree days based on Charlotte, N.C. Operating costs vary depending on climate conditions, home characteristics, energy rates and usage patterns. Savings are not guaranteed.

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*Energy efficiency rating as certified by the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI).
**To qualify for this rebate level, the existing all-electric resistance/heating (including radiant electric) system must be a fixed whole home system.

Eligibility requirements

  • To be eligible, you must be a Duke Energy Progress customer, and your new equipment must be installed by a qualified participating contractor such as AAA Heating & Air. Also, your equipment must meet the requirements listed in the table above.
  • This program is available to Duke Energy Progress residential electric service customers residing in single-family homes, condominiums, mobile homes, town homes and duplexes.
  • Additionally, all applications and supporting documentation must be successfully submitted and approved within 60 days of date of service after Oct. 1, 2017.
  • Mini-splits and ductless systems are not eligible for rebates at this time.

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