LG launches online rebate center for HVAC systems

LG launches online rebate center for HVAC systems

Just in time for summer, where above-average temperatures are expected for many portions of the United States, LG Electronics USA Air Conditioning Technologies is launching a user-friendly rebate tool that allows HVAC contractors and homeowners to search for local and national rebates and incentives available on energy-efficient residential and light commercial LG air conditioning systems.

Due to their energy-efficient design, many LG systems qualify for rebates across the country, including ENERGY STAR-rated products, the Art Cool Premier with LGRED heat technology, the sleek Art Cool Mirror and the Extended Piping unit with SmartThinQ connectivity. These energy-efficient systems cannot only help to lower ongoing heating and cooling operating costs, but, in some areas, the rebates can total $2,500. 

“LG continues to create new tools for our contractors to more effectively communicate the value of our industry-leading solutions,” said Dale Fields, director of distribution sales for LG Air Conditioning Technologies. “With the launch of this rebate center, contractors and end-users can easily find current rebates and incentives to offset some of the upfront costs of installing an LG single or multi-zone split system.” 

To use the LG online rebate center, users enter their zip code to see the LG HVAC systems that qualify for a rebate and the total rebate amount available for their area. Users can then view the full rebate details and a link to the appropriate rebate claim forms.

Alternatively, if they have a system already in mind or recently installed a system, users can search by their zip code and the model number to determine what rebates apply.

The rebate center can be accessed at rebates.lghvac.com.


Topics: Energy Star, Heating & Cooling, Rebates / Tax Credits, Remodeling

Companies: LG HVAC

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