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Window Rebates

Save money on energy bills and get rebates for upgrading your home’s windows

Get $15 back for every high-efficiency window replacement

They’re literally your window to the world, and one of the first things people notice about your home. But believe it or not, you can lose up to 30% of your home’s heated or cooled air thru aging single-pane windows. Replacing them with energy-efficient double-paned windows will look fantastic and can reduce energy use, increase comfort – and earn rebates!

*Rebates are now available through the EnergyRight® Residential Services program brought to you by EPB and TVA. Rebates are available on qualifying measures installed by a member of our Quality Contractor Network (QCN). Beginning October 1, 2023, QCN members must initiate your rebate claim within 30 days of completing your project by submitting qualifying measures on your behalf to TVA.

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Available Rebates for Windows


Window Replacement 1,2


$15 per window

Eligibility Requirements

1 Must be installed by an approved Quality Contractor Network member and meet EPB and TVA standards effective on installation date. Window replacement is not eligible for TVA program financing.

2 Must replace an existing unit

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How to take advantage of rebates

  • Identify your project – Get free, expert advice from the EPB Energy Pros
  • Choose a contractor – only those listed and approved in the Quality Contractor Network meet requirements for the rebate program
  • Make the improvements – hire a contractor & upgrade your home
  • Claim your rebates! – once work is complete, you'll receive an email from with instructions
  • Get a quality assurance checkup – EPB Energy Pros will check your contractor's work for free

Here’s what to look for in replacement windows:

  • Energy Star Rating – independent testing certifies superior energy efficiency performance
  • Double-paned Glass – two panes of glass with an air or gas-filled space insulate much better than single pane glass
  • Frame Material – there are a variety of materials available, including fiberglass and vinyl, that reduce heat transfer
  • U-Factor Insulation Rating – measures how well the window insulates. Look for a rating of 0.28 or lower
  • Solar Heat Gain Coefficient – measures the amount of solar heat allowed through a window. We recommend a rating of 0.30
  • Low E Glass – equipped with a coating that reflects infrared light, keeping heat inside in the winter and outside in the summer

Insulation Rebates

Receive up to $500 for adding insulation

Air Sealing Rebates

Fill in energy-losing gaps for up to $300 back

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