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ENERGY STAR® certified gas furnaces have higher Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings and higher efficiency blower motors, making them more efficient than standard models.

Key Benefits

  • Enhances the comfort of your home while saving energy.
  • Independently certified to save energy without sacrificing features or functionality.
  • Helps protect the environment while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Available Rebates

Gas Furnace
Minimum AFUE Rebate
90% $250
95% $350

Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE): AFUE is a standard measurement of how efficiently a furnace converts energy from the fuel it uses into warm air for your home.

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  • Have a licensed mechanical contractor install the ENERGY STAR® certified Gas Furnace.
  • Submit application and detailed invoice within 90 days of installation.

Eligibility

  • You must be a Dominion Energy South Carolina natural gas customer.
  • Applicants must be the customer of record OR own the facility where the installation occurred for an active Dominion Energy South Carolina residential gas account. Applicants who are not the account holder but do own the property where the service was performed, may apply by including an IRS Form W9.
  • Rebates are valid for purchased equipment. Leased equipment will not qualify.
  • All equipment must be new and must be installed prior to the submission of the rebate application. Only AHRI-rated equipment meeting the program's efficiency requirements will qualify. Multiple rebates for the same piece of equipment are not permitted.
  • Applicants are responsible for ensuring that equipment installed for this program meets all applicable codes, standards and requirements. Equipment must be installed by a licensed mechanical contractor.
  • This program does not allow fuel switching. To be eligible for a rebate, installed natural gas furnace must replace an existing natural gas furnace.
  • Removed equipment must be legally disposed of and must not be reinstalled in our service territory or transferred to any other party for installation in our service territory.
  • Applicants must submit a completed Residential Natural Gas Furnace Rebate Application along with a copy of proof of purchase (detailed installation invoice) within 90 days of installation.
  • Full details on applicant eligibility, including Terms and Conditions, are available on the back page of the program application.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can verify your new equipment by searching for your model number in the ENERGY STAR® product finder.

Yes, a licensed mechanical contractor must perform the work. We do not provide rebates for self-installed or DIY projects.

Dominion Energy South Carolina residential natural gas customers are eligible to receive a rebate.

Yes. As long as you are a Dominion Energy South Carolina residential natural gas customer, you qualify for a rebate.

You must submit your application along with a copy of proof of purchase (detailed installation invoice) within 90 days of installation.

No. The new furnace must be fueled by natural gas.

AFUE, or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency, measures how efficiently a furnace converts fuel to heat. In simpler terms, this metric determines how much fuel your furnace is actually turning into heat for your home.

All rebates are paid by check to the account holder.

The average processing time is 4-6 weeks. Please be aware that during peak heating and cooling seasons, we receive a large volume of applications. To ensure your check will be delivered in a timely manner, please use the checklist provided with each application. NOTE: Failure to include proof of purchase (detailed installation invoice) is the most common reason for delays in receiving a check.

Dominion Energy South Carolina does not provide any recommendations or referrals. Some options and potential resources to consider include:

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