ENERGY STAR qualified appliances
meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency and the Department of Energy.
An Energy Star qualified appliance
helps save you money and protects the environment.
Energy Star clothes washers use about 30% less energy and use over 50%
less water than regular washers.
Many qualified clothes washers have a greater capacity than conventional models,
meaning few loads of laundry.
If your washer is over 10 years old, replacing it could save over $135 per year
on your utility bills.
Over the life of your new Energy Star qualified washer...you'll save enough
money to pay for the matching dryer. With your water savings you could
fill three backyard swimming pools.
Energy star qualified dishwashers used advanced technology to
clean your dishes and use less water and electricity.
If you replace a dishwasher made before 1994 you would save $40 a year on
utility bills and save 8 gallons of water per cycle.
Today's energy star qualified refrigerators use much less energy
than older models without sacrificing the features you want.
Replace a refrigerator from the 1980's and save over $100 each year on utility
bills. Replace one from the 1970's and save nearly $200 per year.
Energy Star qualified refrigerators use 20% less energy than non-energy star
Cash For Appliances
Many States are offering rebate programs on Energy Star appliances.
Local Utility Rebates
Some local utilities offer rebates on Energy Star appliances.
Visit the Energy Star website where you can enter you zip code to find special
offers and rebates from Energy Star partners.
Appliance Manufacturer Rebates
Appliance manufacturers offer rebates throughout the year on appliances
Visit our rebate page to
find current offers that can save you money.
Almost 70% of electricity in the U.S. is generated with coal and gas which
release greenhouse gases and contribute to global warming. You can make a
difference and reduce your impact on the environment by using Energy Star