“The federal investment in Cash for Appliances has already generated over $30 million in retail appliance sales and supported business activities for heating and plumbing contractors throughout Washington,” said Rogers Weed, director of the Washington State Department of Commerce. “In addition to providing needed local economic stimulus, more than 30,000 consumers who have so far claimed rebates through this program are benefiting from energy savings.”
By upgrading from older, inefficient appliances to new ENERGY STAR® models, consumers can lower their monthly energy bills while also reducing consumption. These savings really add up over time. Cash for Appliances Washington offers cash rebates on ENERGY STAR® refrigerators, clothes washers, dishwashers, water heaters, and ductless heat pumps. In most cases, consumers can receive additional incentives from their Washington gas or electric utility. But these rebates won’t last forever, so it’s important to act fast before the funding is all used up.
All Washington State residents are eligible for the program.
Complete program details, including eligibility requirements, qualifying appliances, and the rebate application form are available at www.cashforapplianceswa.com.
This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and administered by the Washington State Department of Commerce.