Get rebates for your window or door replacement
There are many window rebate programs available. To qualify for most programs you must reach a u-factor of .30 or below. In most cases, the window rebate is offered on a Sq Ft. basis; I.E. you get so many dollars a sq ft for reaching the requirements. In order to utilize their window rebate, you must be one of their customers.
To see if you qualify for a window rebate, go to www.EnergyStar.gov and look for rebate finder. Insert your zip code and click on windows and it will show the available rebates in your area. If you don’t see any window rebates check with your public utility because it may not have been posted.
ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights can reduce your energy bills up to 15% while helping protect the environment
Replacing old windows with ENERGY STAR qualified windows lowers household energy bills by 7-15 percent. Lower energy consumption also reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and shrinks a house’s carbon footprint.
Learn more about:
- the benefits of ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors & skylights
- tax credits for windows, doors, and skylights
- ENERGY STAR qualified windows
Do you own a multi family dwelling or apartment building?
Seattle City Light offers rebates for windows, insulation and lighting to help make your 5+ unit property more energy efficient. City Light Program Coordinators will assist you with all aspects of the program. You can use any qualified installer to do the work, or choose from a list of contractors who have worked with City Light before.
You can get rebates up to $5 per square-foot discount when replacing single-pane windows with double-pane or $3 per square-foot discount when replacing aluminum framed double-pane windows with new vinyl framed double-pane widows.
How to know if your building qualifies:
Building must be an apartment building, condominium, retirement community, or cooperative with 5+ units located in the Seattle City Light service area. Condominiums and cooperatives must have permission of the entire Association before a building survey is scheduled.