Room Air Purifier Rebates

Single Room Air Purifiers

Save up to $40 when you purchase a new energy-efficient air cleaner.

Single-room air cleaners are often referred to as air purifiers. Whatever you call them, they are portable device that removes small particles (like pollen and dust) as well as foul odors from the air around you.

Traditional air purifiers, although easy to use, can drain up to 550 kWh each year in electricity. That can be more than a new fridge! Thankfully, there are plenty of Energy Star-certified air cleaners on the market. The appliances on this line can qualify for a $40 rebate through the Mass Save energy program as well as saving you up to $250 in energy costs over the lifetime of the product.

How to Apply for Your Rebate

You can apply for your $40 rebate on your new energy-efficient room air purifier by following these three easy steps.

Step 1 – Confirm Eligibility

Check to make sure you qualify with the requirements listed below.

  • Open to current customers of Cape Light Compact JPE, Eversource, National Grid, or Unitil.
  • Limit two purifiers per year
  • Good for purchases made Jan2021-Dec2021
  • All rebate applications must be submitted in full by January 31, 2022.

Step 2 – Purchase Your Machine

You may buy any new, qualifying Energy Star-certified room air purifier at any participating location.

Step 3 – Submit for Your Rebate

Collect all necessary documentation and submit by the deadline. Please allow six to eight weeks for rebates to be processed and received.

How to Save Time or Check on Your Application

If you have already submitted your application, you can check your rebate status online. You can also skip these steps and save money right away when you purchase a qualifying dehumidifier at participating retailers! All you need to do is submit your eligibility online and you will receive a text message with a link to your individual rebate code. Then, just show your code at the cash register and the applicable rebate amount will be automatically deducted from the price of the humidifier.

To get started, contact us today to set up your no-cost Home Energy Assessment.

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