Texas’ new rebate program for energy-efficient appliances that started last week appears to be a big hit. So far, the state is waiting to approve more than $5 million in rebate applications – in just ten days!
The good news is that’s only about 40% of the available money, so there’s still time to get a rebate if you’re interested. (Click here if you want to check the status of a rebate application or find out exactly how much money is left.) The rebates will be available until the money runs out. In other words, it’s first-come, first-serve.
The other timely thing to consider is the federal tax credit that expires tomorrow (December 31). You can get up to a $1,500 federal tax credit for an energy-efficient home improvement. So if you want to take advantage of that credit, you’ll need to act quickly.
Just wanted to keep you updated. Here’s the list of appliances that apply for the new state rebate:
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