Approximately 150,000 natural-gas-fired furnaces are installed each year throughout the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) region. These furnaces emit nitrogen oxides (NOx), an air pollutant that contributes to the formation of smog and particulate matter. Rule 1111 sets emission limits for these furnaces in an effort to reduce the NOx emissions from these devices.
SCAQMD continuously strives to improve the quality of the air you breathe and is sponsoring a program that provides a rebate to residents who purchase and install a compliant furnace that meets the SCAQMD Rule 1111 NOx emission limit. By replacing your furnace with an SCAQMD Qualified, Ultra-Low NOx furnace, you will be an essential part of this effort to reduce emissions and meet the goal of improved air quality within the SCAQMD jurisdiction.
The first 6,000 compliant furnaces purchased and installed will receive a $500 rebate. Thereafter, rebates will be $300 for compliant condensing (high efficiency) furnaces and $200 for compliant non-condensing (standard), weatherized, and mobile home furnaces.
Take advantage of this opportunity to offset your cost on a new Ultra-Low NOx furnace and clean the air we breathe.
Have a qualified, Ultra-Low NOx furnace installed (Check the Qualified Furnace List for eligible models).
Complete the online rebate application and upload supporting information.
Once the rebate is approved, you will receive an email confirmation.
Upon receipt of the approval confirmation, allow 4-6 weeks for rebate check to be received.