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Doing a little research before you head out to the hardware store can save you a pile of money when making energy efficient or durability improvements to you home. Web sites for national retailers like Lowes and Home Depot have virtual rebate centers that show you which manufacturers are offering rebates for their equipment and let you download the necessary forms. Most stores also have online access to their circulars that show you what's on sale at the store and information about other in-store or online promotions.

Are You A Serious Saver?

If you're looking for something you can't pick up at the store, it's a good idea to look directly at the manufacturer's Web site for rebate programs that may be offered periodically.

Explore these links for rebates from PATH manufacturing partners:

  • Armstrong World Industries -- Ceilings and flooring. Type "rebate" in the search field.
  • Carrier -- Air conditioners
  • GE -- Appliances
  • Louisiana-Pacific Corporation -- Oriented strand board, engineered wood decks and products and vinyl siding
  • Maytag -- Homebuilding technologies, ranging from horizontal axis (front-loading) clothes washers and dryers to central heating and cooling devices

Content updated on 11/20/2006

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