Tuesday, April 2, 2013

So Cal Edison Residential Pool Pump Rebates (Updated for 2014)

Here is a list of energy-efficient variable pumps that currently qualify for Southern California Edison's $200 consumer rebate when you upgrade from an existing single speed pump. Click here for the mail in rebate application, or click here to apply online. Good news for landlords: since 2012, landlords (who typically pay to have pumps installed) qualify to receive the rebate even though their tenant pays the electric bill on the property.

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Jason Knight said...

I was wondering, how hard would it be to do my own pool repairs here in Gilbert AZ? I think that my pool's pump is having issues, but I was wondering how hard they would be to fix.

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