Save $150 on a New A/C

Use an FPL Participating Independent Contractor (PIC) to install a new energy-efficient A/C unit and save $150 instantly.

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For additional savings, you may apply for a tax credit administered by the IRS. Learn more about how a new A/C unit and other residential renewable energy products can qualify for these federal tax credits. 

A/C Rebate Qualifications

To qualify for the FPL $150 instant rebate, the new A/C unit must be:

  • Installed in a single-family detached home.
  • A completely new straight cool/air cooled A/C system, including both indoor and outdoor units.
  • 16- or 17-SEER rated.
  • Purchased through a Participating Independent Contractor (PIC).

How do I redeem my FPL A/C Instant Rebate?

When you’re ready to upgrade to a new, energy-efficient A/C, and it meets the rebate qualifications, follow these simple steps:

  1. Search for a PIC in your area by clicking the “Find Contractors” button above, and call.
  2. Once you’ve chosen the PIC that is right for you, they will come and install your new A/C system.
  3. Your $150 instant rebate will appear automatically as a credit on the invoice your PIC provides.

What is a PIC?

A participating independent contractor (PIC) is an independent business you can hire to install your new A/C system. These businesses have agreed to comply with FPL’s program standards but are not employed by FPL.

Do I need a new A/C?

You should consider a new, more energy-efficient A/C if your current system:

  • Is more than 10 years old
  • Needs frequent repairs
  • Runs longer to keep your home cool

Can a new A/C save me money on my bill?

Depending on the size and efficiency of your current A/C, a new system could save you money on your energy bill. For example, if you upgrade an older three-ton A/C with a new, higher efficiency model, you could save around $377 annually.1

What is a straight cool/air cooled A/C system?

A straight cool/air cooled A/C is one that includes a cooling cycle only. A gas, oil or electric strip heater may be included, but it does not have a separate heating cycle. This is a less expensive system compared to others that have a heating cycle, and it’s perfect for mild winters.

What is a SEER rating?

SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a measure of an A/C’s average annual cooling efficiency. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit.

 

For additional air conditioning information and energy-saving tips, check out our heating and cooling guide.

 

1Costs are estimates based on South Florida area average of 2,800 annual A/C cooling operating hours and current rate of 10 cents per kWh.

*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.

Was your home built before 1982? You may be eligible for a rebate

Homes built prior to 1982 were not required to have insulation. Adding insulation to your home can reduce heating and cooling costs. 

Don’t know what type of insulation you currently have? Start by contacting a Participating Independent Contractor (PIC) directly within your area. 

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