Don’t hesitate. Insulate.
Upgrade your insulation and earn cash back for every square foot. There’s no better way to prepare your home for the chill of winter and the dog days of summer. By installing qualified insulation, you can save hundreds of dollars a year on heating and cooling, which makes this simple upgrade the very definition of Wattsmart.
Rebate and qualifications
|Qualified contractor-installed insulation||Electrically heated homes rebate||Electrically cooled homes rebate|
$0.10 / sq. ft.
$0.10 / sq. ft.
$0.65 / sq. ft.
$0.25 / sq. ft.
$0.65 / sq. ft.
$0.10 / sq. ft
|Self-installed insulation||Electrically heated homes rebate||Electrically cooled homes rebate|
|Attic insulation||$0.10 / sq. ft.||$0.10 / sq. ft.|
|Wall insulation||$0.45 / sq. ft.||$0.25 / sq. ft.|
|Floor insulation||$0.25 / sq. ft.||$0.10 / sq. ft|
Ensure the home qualifies:
- Must be existing home, not new construction.
- Evaporative cooling, room air-conditioners, oil, wood heating, and pellet stove conversions do not qualify.
Requirements for all insulation rebates:
- Work must be completed by one of our program-eligible contractors, a licensed weatherization contractor, or may be self-installed by homeowner.
- Must meet the specifications outlined in the Utah Technical Specifications Manual.
- Insulation must be installed between unconditioned and conditioned living spaces.
- For an electrically heated rebate – home must have an electric heating system serving at least 80% of the home’s conditioned floor area.
- For an electrically cooled rebate – home must have an electric cooled system serving at least 80% of the home’s conditioned floor area.
- Areas that are not finished or conditioned living space such as a garage, do not qualify.
- Products must be installed between unconditioned and conditioned living spaces.
- Homes built in or after 2013 do not qualify.
- Work completed must comply with all building codes and standards.
- Work performed as part of building code requirements do not qualify.
Additional requirements for attic insulation:
- Pre-existing must be no more than R-20.
- Final R-value depth must be equal to or greater than R-49.
Additional requirements for floor insulation:
- Pre-existing must be no more than R-11.
- Final R-value depth must be equal or greater than R-30.
- Floor insulation must be installed between conditioned and unconditioned space in order to qualify for rebates (basement floors do not qualify).
Additional requirements for wall insulation:
- Must not have existing insulation.
- New insulation added must be equal or greater than R-13.
- Only exterior-facing walls qualify. Interior walls, such as walls between rooms, do not qualify.
- Basements do not qualify.
- Insulation along rim joists does not qualify.
Additional program rules:
- Submit all documents so they are received within 180 days of the qualifying service completion date.
- Rebate cannot exceed project costs, self-installers are eligible for rebates on materials only.
- For each area of the home, limit one rebate per insulation type, for the lifetime of the home.
- If installing for a multifamily property (up to 3 units per foundation), customer must submit an application per unit. For properties with 4 or more units, please see our customer Multifamily Program.
Required documents for online submission:
- Application, completed and signed.
- Itemized receipt or contractor invoice.
- Insulation application, completed and submitted.
- Third Party Payment Addendum for applicants who would like to forward payment to a third party not listed on the utility account.
Rebates are associated with the most recent tariff filing approved by the Utah Public Service Commission. All rebates are subject to change with 45 days’ notice. Additional terms and conditions may apply.
Electrical heating is defined as a permanently installed system consisting of an electric furnace, heat pump, or electric zonal heating system (baseboard or ceiling/wall heaters) serving as the home’s current primary heat source. Space heaters do not qualify.
Electric cooling is defined as a permanently installed, electric heat pump, or ducted electric central air conditioner serving as the home’s current primary cooling source. Room air conditioners and evaporative coolers do not qualify.
Non-electric heating or cooling is defined as a heating or cooling system with gas, oil, wood stove, pellet stoves or propane serving as the home’s current primary heating or cooling source.
Residential electric customers residing in the state of Utah who purchase their electricity from Rocky Mountain Power on rate schedules 1, 2, or 3 qualify. Landlords who own rental properties served by the company in the state of Utah where the tenant is billed on rate schedules 1, 2 or 3 also qualify for this program. You can locate your rate schedule on your bill or by calling 1-888-221-7070.
Prior to starting a project, find and contact a qualified weatherization contractor. Note that some rebates require a qualified contractor to install your new equipment. Review the eligibility requirements, rebate qualifications and the list of required documents with your contractor before submitting your rebate application.
Self-installers are eligible for rebates on materials only and documentation of R-values and square footage must be provided. This information will be listed on the register receipt or insulation packaging. To ensure your home is eligible for a rebate and below the maximum insulation depth requirements, please use the insulation depth calculator. Prior to your contractor recording measurements, take a peek in your attic and do it yourself!
Please include the following with your online application:
- Your Rocky Mountain Power account number.
- Digital image of your itemized receipt or contractor’s invoice.
- Complete and submit your online application within 180 days of installation.
- Your rebate will be issued within 14 business days after we review and approve your application. Missing information may delay processing and delivery.
- Please enter your service address and account number exactly as it’s shown on your bill. You can find this information in the areas indicated below.