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If your home doesn’t have adequate insulation, you may be losing up to 25% of your heating or cooling energy. Installing or upgrading your home’s insulation is one of the best investments you can make to lower your energy bill. Include air sealing and weather stripping in your project to increase the benefits.
Rebates for insulation are equal to 20% of the total cost of the project, including installation, up to $300 for qualified projects. Homes will be limited to a maximum rebate of $300 in every calendar year.
2013 Installations: Applications for 2013 installations that are postmarked between January 1, 2013 and July 31, 2014 will receive 2013 rebate amounts.
You’ll benefit from adding insulation because:
You qualify if you’re a Minnesota residential customer living in an existing home or in a one-to-four unit property that has insulation professionally installed and whose primary residential heating fuel is supplied by Xcel Energy. Specifically, this means:
Eligible installations include:
Installations not eligible for a rebate include the following:
To qualify for a rebate, all insulation must be installed to the manufacturer’s specifications and meet all state and local codes, and federal regulations. Additionally, air sealing and weather stripping must follow industry-accepted practices for mitigating air leakage. Rebate applies to attic and bypass sealing, wall insulation and air sealing and weather stripping only.
Participants understand they are not eligible to receive a rebate for this improvement earned under a different Xcel Energy Rebate program such as Home Performance with ENERGY STAR®.
If you have any questions on our Insulation Rebates, call us at 1-800-895-4999.
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