Rebates & Financing

We make upgrading your home comfort equipment seamless and affordable!

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What can we do for you?

Upgrading your home energy equipment is an investment in your family’s comfort and the overall value of your property. Tower Energy gets that, and we go above and beyond to make the process easier. That means offering superior equipment and installation — it also means helping you secure financing and rebates for your new equipment.

Financing

Tower Energy helps you finance your home comfort improvements through our affiliation with EnerBank USA. You get payment options that fit your needs and your budget. Choose 12 months same-as-cash or spread your payments out for up to five years at a reasonable rate.

2 options to pay for your project

12-month Same-as-Cash Loan*
$1,000 – $70,000
Loan code: DEL2625
7.99% 5-Year Reduced-Interest Loan**
$3,500 – $70,000
Loan code:  DEL2625

Loans provided by EnerBank

Energy Bank

It’s quick and easy to apply. Complete your home-improvement project now! You’ll receive a credit decision in seconds. EnerBank will send you the loan documents and a payment-authorization form for review and signature.

Visit EnerBank to learn more.

3 easy ways to apply

Use the information provided above when applying: Program phone number 800-774-7598, contractor ID 153977 and loan code (listed above).

Loans provided by EnerBank USA, Member FDIC (1245 Brickyard Rd., Suite 600, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time.

Rebates

Energize CT and other organizations promote energy efficient HVAC and comfort equipment with generous rebates. These financial incentives are often available for equipment such as:

Visit Energize CT to learn more!:


Your new equipment may also be eligible for a federal Energy Star® tax credit! Contact us about qualifying for these benefits.

For 2024, as part of the Inflation Reduction Act, you can receive substantial federal tax credits for installing ENERGY STAR-certified heating and cooling systems, along with other qualifying energy-efficient home improvements.

Please go to energystar.gov to learn more.