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SRP Shade Screen and Window Film Rebates makes installation more affordable

About 50% of the heat that enters your home comes through the windows. This makes shade screens and window film two of the most effective and affordable energy-efficiency upgrades. While blocking heat gain, shade screens and window film can protect your home's interior from sun damage, provide added privacy and cut cooling costs.

SRP is offering customers a rebate of $1.00 per square foot on professionally installed shade screens or window film to keep their homes cooler during Phoenix's summer months.

Please note: In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, there could be delays in the processing and/or distribution of rebates.

Note: For windows with a warranty, it is recommended that homeowners check with their window manufacturer or installer prior to the installation of shade screens or window film to find out if the warranty could be voided. Each window manufacturer is different and how the shade screens or window film is installed could void the warranty in whole or in portions (frame vs. glass coverage).

How to apply for a rebate

STEP 1: Download this form and send it to your contractor to sign. You will need to upload the signed form when prompted during the application process.

STEP 2: Complete the online rebate application.

STEP 3: You will receive a message confirming that your application has been received and will be notified if any additional information is required.

Download File is a PDF and print the Shade Screen and Window Film rebate application checklist.

Customers also have the option to Download File is a PDF, print and complete the Shade Screen and Window Film rebate application.

Rebate program requirements

To participate, you must:

  • Be a permanent SRP residential electric customer that resides in a single-family detached, single family attached, mobile home or apartment/condo.
  • Purchase and install new or refurbished, qualifying shade screens or install window film with a licensed contractor by April 30, 2023.
  • Install shade screens that block at least 80% of the solar heat gain on sun-struck windows only (west-, south- and east-facing windows).
  • Install window film with a maximum solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of .45 on the interior of double pane sun-struck windows only (west-, south-, and east-facing windows).
  • Install window film with a maximum solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) of .40 on the interior of single pane sun-struck windows only (west-, south-, and east-facing windows).
  • Install screens on the exterior of clear glass windows that enclose an air-conditioned space.
  • Install window film on the interior of clear glass windows that enclose an air-conditioned space.

"I was amazed"

I added solar shade screens and cut my energy use by 25%. Honestly, I was amazed. After installing the screens on 20 windows in my house, I expected to see some savings. But when I looked at my SRP annual usage chart, it showed that I used 25% less energy. I saved energy every month — including the hot summer months.
Robert V. of Gilbert

SRP reserves the right to change or cancel this promotion and its terms and conditions at any time.