ENERGY EFFICIENT UPGRADE

Air Fusion Heating and Cooling has partnered with the Victorian Government initiative – the Home Heating and Cooling Upgrade Program, to provide eligible Victorian home owners with a $1,000 rebate to upgrade their old heater with a new energy efficient reverse cycle split system.

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About the Victorian Home Heating and Cooling Upgrade Program:

The Victorian Home Heating and Cooling Upgrades Program offer eligible Victorians a $1000 rebate to replace their old gas, electric or wood-fire heater with a new energy-efficient electric energy efficient reverse cycle split system – fully installed. Click below to understand eligibility criteria and how the program works.

Applying for a Home Heating and Cooling Upgrade rebate

Click on the “Apply Now” button and you will be redirected to the Victorian Home Hating and Cooling Upgrade Website.

Approved? That’s Great! Here Are The Next Steps

BOOK YOUR IN HOME CONSULTATION

Once you have been approved for the Victorian Home Heating & Cooling Upgrade Program you will receive a token. The next step is to book an in home consultation to discuss your requirements and provide you with a quote. You can book below online or call us on (03) 9439 2749.

FAQs

Currently, eligible Victorians (owner-occupier household) who need to replace an inefficient heating system, and hold a concession card, or have a combined income of less than $90,000, can apply for the $1,000 rebate.

You can apply for the Victorian Home Heater & Cooling Upgrade here: www.heatingupgrades.vic.gov.au
Once approved you will be given a ‘token’ that you can use to book your in home consultation with Air Fusion

Rental properties are eligible. Landlords may apply to upgrade heaters in their rental property to benefit low income renters. Renters will be encouraged to work with their landlords to upgrade heating and cooling on the property.

The old, inefficient system must be decommissioned. Removal will be at discretion of householder and by agreement with installers.

No, unfortunately households must confirm they are eligible before buying a heater, and rebates will not be paid retrospectively.

A reverse-cycle split system can heat as well as cool and is one of the cheapest ways to heat your home in winter. In cooling mode, it extracts heat from the indoor air and moves it outside, via pipes connecting the indoor and outdoor units. In winter it ‘absorbs’ heat from the outdoor air to warm the air inside.