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Attic and Wall Insulation

The ceiling and walls of your home could be leaking money. Insulating your attic and walls can help reduce your energy costs and make your home more comfortable. Get a $150 rebate from PG&E for 1,000 square feet of qualifying attic insulation, and $500 back for 1,000 square feet of qualifying wall insulation.

Keep your Home Insulated

Old insulation or no insulation translates to higher energy costs because:

Heated or cooled air escapes through non-insulated areas, so you’re paying to heat and cool the wrong side of the walls and ceiling in your home. Hot or cold air from outside can get into your home when you don’t need it.

How to Get Your Rebate

Customers must have natural gas and/or electricity distributed by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) for space heating or cooling at the installation address.
All insulation material must be new and meet or exceed all applicable local, state and federal standards.Insulation must be installed between a conditioned living area and an unconditioned non-living area.Garages, interior walls and other non-living areas do not qualify (unconditioned non-living areas do not qualify).
New construction and floor insulation projects do not qualify.

PG&E’s 2010-2012 rebate program is available for qualifying products purchased and installed between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2012. Payment of rebates is not guaranteed as funds are limited, and amounts and offerings are subject to change. Qualifying products purchased in 2009 may be eligible for 2010-2012 rebates if energy efficiency specifications and rebate levels have not changed. All rebate program terms and conditions apply.

How to Apply:

Sign Up Online Sign up for My Account and apply online with eRebates.Mail in Your Application Download our General Improvements Catalog to determine eligibility, then download and print a Rebate Application.For More Information Contact the Smarter Energy Line at 1-800-933-9555 or e-mail smarter-energy@pge.com

Buyer’s Tips

Contact a licensed C-2 (Insulation and Acoustics) contractor to get an installation proposal for the qualifying products. You can also contact the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) at 1-800-321-CSLB or go to www.cslb.ca.gov for more information.

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PG& E Cool Roof Rebate Info

Energy-Efficient Cool Roof

Get up to a $200 Rebate per 1,000 Square Feet. A cool roof reflects and emits the sun’s heat back to the sky instead of transferring it to the building below. This helps keep your roof cooler and reduces your cooling load and air conditioning needs. PG&E is offering a rebate of up to $0.20 per square foot, so on a 1,000 square foot roof we will pay you up to $200.

Cool Facts about Cool Roofs

  • Reduce heat island effects in cities and suburbs
  • Help reduce air pollution and smog
  • May lengthen the lifetime of your roof
  • Save on electricity bills during the hot months by reducing AC load

How to Get Your Rebate

  • Customer must have electricity distributed by PG&E to the installation address.
  • You must be an active residential single family or multifamily PG&E electric customer with central air conditioning or installing central air conditioning concurrently.
  • Your home must be in Climate Zone 2, 4, 11, 12 or 13 (excluding low slope).
  • Rebate amount is based on the square footage over conditioned space that is cooled by your central air conditioning system.
  • Can use conventional architectural overhangs in square footage calculations.

Your contractor must provide and include the following on your proof of payment documentation or Home Improvement Contract:

  • Customer name and installation address.
  • Installation date.
  • Low or steep slope.
  • Square footage.
  • Manufacturer, brand and model number as listed on the Cool Roof Rating Council’s product directory.
  • Whether paid in full or payment terms.

You may contact the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) at 1-800-321-CSLB to confirm your contractor’s license status.

PG&E’s 2010-2012 rebate program is available for qualifying products purchased and installed between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2012. Payment of rebates is not guaranteed as funds are limited, and amounts and offerings are subject to change. Qualifying products purchased in 2009 may be eligible for 2010-2012 rebates if energy efficiency specifications and rebate levels have not changed. All rebate program terms and conditions apply.

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