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Sept. 15, 2011
New York Storm Relief Appliance Rebate Program
If you are a resident of New York State and essential appliances or equipment were lost or damaged because of Hurricane Irene or Tropical Storm Lee, you may qualify for cash rebates by purchasing eligible ENERGY STAR or High Efficiency appliances or equipment.
The following products are eligible under this rebate program: refrigerators ($350), clothes washers ($250), clothes dryers ($250), dehumidifiers ($100), furnaces ($2,000), boilers ($2,500), and qualified hot water heaters (gas storage water heaters, heat pump water heaters, electric water heaters, $400).
Only appliances and equipment that replace those damaged in the storms are eligible for rebates (with the exception of dehumidifiers that can either replace a damaged dehumidifier or have been purchased to reduce humidity resulting from the storm).
The New York Storm Relief Rebate Program is providing this assistance exclusively for New York State residents that are not receiving compensation from FEMA or insurance companies for these appliances or equipment.
Applications for Storm Relief rebates from New York State Appliance and Equipment rebates will be available on Monday, September 19, 2011. Rebates will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Funds are limited.
To qualify for residents affected by Hurricane Irene: purchases of approved appliances and equipment must be purchased on or after August 29, 2011 and before the date available funding runs out.
Residents affected by Tropical Storm Lee: purchases of approved appliances and equipment must be on or after September 9, 2011 and before the date available funding runs out.
Click here for more information: https://nysappliancerebates.com/
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