Stack your savings with a new A/C
Did you know replacing your old central air conditioner can save you $150 instantly and increase its effectiveness?
It’s true — in fact, up to half of your home’s energy costs comes from heating and cooling. Newer A/C units tend to be more energy-efficient and cool your home faster. It’s a great time to upgrade, before the intense Florida heat arrives. Let one of our Participating Independent Contractors (PICs)* install a new, energy-efficient unit.
Three signs you need to upgrade your A/C:
Works overtime to keep you cool
Stack up to $2,150 in savings when you upgrade your A/C
Use one of our qualified contractors on your project and receive an instant $150 rebate as a credit on your invoice.
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You may qualify for federal tax credits when you upgrade your A/C unit – up to $2,000 for heat pumps and $600 for straight cool. See FAQs
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The sooner you replace your A/C, the greater your long-term savings will be.
Watch this video to see how a newer unit saves you money and energy.
Frequently asked questions
- A new A/C system purchase, including both indoor and outdoor units
- 16 SEER (approx. 15.2 SEER2) rated unit and above
- Residential home installation (excluding mobile and manufactured homes)
- Installation completed by one of our FPL-approved PICs
When you’re ready to upgrade to a new, energy-efficient A/C, first ensure it meets the rebate qualifications and then follow these simple steps:
- Find an FPL-approved PIC
- Select a PIC that is right for you and call to schedule the installation
- PIC installs your A/C
- $150 instant rebate appears as a credit on the invoice your PIC provides
When you upgrade your A/C unit and other residential renewable energy products, you can qualify for federal tax credits administered by the IRS. Get more details.
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*The list of participating independent contractors (PICs) is a compilation of businesses that have agreed to comply with FPL's Program Standards, and is not a recommendation by FPL of a particular independent contractor. The decision to select, hire and the management of the participating independent contractor is the sole responsibility of the FPL customer. THE PIC IS NOT AN AGENT OF, OR JOINT VENTURER WITH, AND IS NOT EMPLOYED BY, AND DOES NOT WORK FOR, FPL; AS SUCH, THE PICS ARE NOT UNDER THE CONTROL OR SUPERVISION OF FPL BUT RATHER ARE INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS. FPL DOES NOT MAKE AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY, GUARANTEE, OR PROMISE, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY SAVINGS TO BE ACHIEVED, THE SUITABILITY OR QUALITY OF MATERIALS TO BE INSTALLED BY, OR THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PARTICIPATING INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR SELECTED AND HIRED BY THE FPL CUSTOMER.