How will upgrading your water heater help clear our air?
Residential water heaters are a significant source of nitrogen oxides (NOx), which contribute to formation of ozone and fine particulates (PM2.5), amplifying Utah’s summertime and wintertime air quality issues. You can reduce your NOx emissions by 75% by replacing your old water heater with a water heater that meets ultra-low NOx (ULN) standards.
SAVE UP TO $500 OFF A NEW HEATER AND INSTALLATION
The ShowUCAIR Water Heater Rebate program will offer eligible homeowners a rebate to cover 50% of the total purchase price, including sales tax and installation of a new ULN water heater, up to $500.
How to Apply
To apply for a rebate, a homeowner must submit the simple application along with the supporting documentation listed below. Once the application has been received, UCAIR staff will verify the information on the application to determine eligibility. After an application has been approved, a rebate check will be mailed to the applicant at the mailing address provided.
All water heaters purchased in Utah stores after July 1, 2018 should be compliant with ULN standards and eligible for a rebate through this program. However, it is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the water heater they purchase meets ULN standards, especially if this purchase takes place over the internet.
All rebates will be provided directly to homeowner/applicants, not vendors or installers. Rebates will be made available on a first come, first serve basis and limited to one per household.
Take advantage of this opportunity to offset the cost of a new, ultra-low NOx water heater and help clean the air we breathe.
Rules and Eligibility Requirements
- Only ULN water heaters, including tankless water heaters, purchased on or after January 1, 2019 are eligible for a rebate as part of this program.
- Warranty replacements or upgrades are not eligible.
- Please note that there is a significant difference in emissions between lox NOx and ultra low NOX water heaters. ONLY ultra low NOx water heaters are eligible for a rebate.
- Applicants must have the qualified water heater installed before submitting the rebate
- Applicants must be the owner of the home, which is a primary, private residence not used for commercial or other rental purposes.
- Limit of one rebate per household.
- Home must be located in a PM2.5 non-attainment area within Utah.
- New construction homes are not eligible.
- Only natural gas water heaters, including tankless water heaters, are eligible.
- Water heaters must be professionally installed.
- Water heaters installed by the home owner/purchaser will be ineligible.
- All rebated water heaters are subject to an on-site inspection at the discretion of UCAIR staff.
- Rebate checks will become void 90 days after the date they are issued.
- Rebates applications are processed in the order they are received and processing time may take up to 4 weeks.
Required Supporting Documentation
*Please use Google Chrome when filling out this application, using another browser may result in a date format error and prevent you from submitting your application. Applications not submitted through this system will not be accepted*
You must submit an itemized invoice from the water heater vendor and/or installer showing the information listed below. If your invoice does not include the brand, full model number and full serial number of the new water heater, please include a picture of the water heater label.
- Name and address of purchaser
- Date of purchase
- Total cost of purchase and installation
- Name of ULN water heater manufacturer
- Full model number of ULN water heater
- Full serial number of ULN water heater
- Install address and date of installation
*This system will only accept one upload, please combine your supporting documents into a single file or submit additional files to email@example.com*