But they too are partaking in the “cash for clunkers” type of rebate. Starting this fall, a $300 million federal program will approve $50 to $200 rebates for high-efficiency household appliances according to Monday’s BusinessWeek article. You won’t have to trade in your old appliances though. This will hopefully help the home appliance industry which took an unprecedented sales dive beginning with the down turned housing market in 2006 and continuing since.

Buying a new dishwasher rather than fixing it for the umpteenth time can now help out employees of appliance makers keep their jobs and stimulate the economy. Of course as with most of my previous blog themes, it will also help you be greener with energy efficiency!

Aside from the rebate program details that will vary by state you can take advantage of the lower prices most home retailers like Home Depot and Lowe’s are offering too. If you don’t want to wait until the fall to see what the program details in your state, check in to other rebate programs for energy efficient items (i.e. windows) in your state today that may already exist.
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