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HVAC Tune-Uparrows



We now offer rebates to offset the cost of increasing the efficiency of existing equipment and ductwork. Our Residential HVAC Tune-Up program promotes the proper maintenance and operation of heating and cooling systems by residential customers in existing homes. There are two ways to participate:

  • The equipment tune-up measure is available to customers during their regularly scheduled maintenance visit by participating contractors.
  • The ductwork improvement measure is available to customers during an equipment tune-up or when installing a new piece of equipment with a participating contractor.
Customers can schedule a regular maintenance or equipment replacement with a participating contractor. The HVAC contractor tests and determines whether the existing equipment is eligible for an incentive when performing an equipment tune-up. The HVAC contractor tests to determine whether the existing ductwork is eligible for a rebate.

View our equipment tune-up and ductwork improvement table.

Qualifications
  • Participants must be residential customers located in MidAmerican Energy Company’s Iowa service territory.
  • MidAmerican Energy Company must provide the primary electricity or natural gas to the equipment for which the rebate is being paid.
  • Tune-ups must result in a certain number of equipment SAVE points improvement; this number varies by measure.
Reminder: As a HomeCheck participant, you also are eligible to receive an HVAC tune-up coupon valued at $20.

How do I apply for a rebate?
Have your dealer send a completed rebate form that identifies the type of tune-up completed and the completed upgrades along with the associated costs. The dealer or customer mails the completed rebate form to MidAmerican Energy by March 31, 2015.

Call 800-894-9599 with questions.

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