Hurricane Relief Rebate

Coleman® HVAC is dedicated to helping those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma rebuild and return to the lives they had before this tragedy. We’re offering a rebate* program to all counties in the Texas FEMA Disaster Area (DR-4332), Florida FEMA Disaster Area (DR-4337) and Georgia FEMA Disaster Area (DR-4338). This rebate program can be used for any Coleman® HVAC or Evcon™ product listed below. Rebates are organized by product efficiency:

Air Conditioners/Heat Pumps

  • 20 SEER: $250
  • 18 SEER: $200
  • 16/17 SEER: $150
  • 14 SEER: (R410A) $100
  • New, high-value 14 SEER GAW14L: $100

Furnaces

  • All 90+% AFUE Furnaces: $150
  • All 80% AFUE Furnaces: $75

Residential Package Equipment: $125

Air Handlers: $50

Click the link above to access our claims process website. Reach out to your local contractor to begin service. You can apply the rebate up to 60 days from installation, if you qualify. This rebate is available on applicable systems for homeowners and apartment complexes installed from September 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018.

*This rebate cannot be combined with any other Johnson Controls commercial incentives or any other consumer factory rebate offers.

Evcon™ GAW14L Systems: A Cost-Effective Alternative

Evcon™ GAW14L systems are a cost-effective, high-efficiency option for replacing hurricane-damaged heating and cooling units. These systems provide a simpler alternative versus a complete indoor and outdoor system or a major retrofit. This means residents affected by Harvey or Irma can replace outside units rather than an entire matched system, saving time, money and ultimately helping them recover from these disasters. All GAW14L systems are designed, engineered and assembled in the United States and come with a full, 5-year parts and compressor warranty.

Hurricane-damaged Heating and Cooling Equipment Resources and Tips

Below you’ll find useful information to help you with damaged heating and cooling equipment, as well as additional relief-related resources.

Coleman® HVAC parent company Johnson Controls has many employees and countless customers who live and work in the affected areas. While Johnson Controls as a company donates $500,000 every year to the American Red Cross as part of an Annual Disaster Giving Program, the current situation calls for a more direct effort. Through a partnership with the American Red Cross, Johnson Controls has set up a microsite for employees to contribute to the recovery. If you’d like to help alongside us, use this portal to donate. Thank you.

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