How to Become a Program-Participating Contractor

To become an HVAC Service Program contractor, prospective HVAC contractors will be required to enroll in the program, attend all required program trainings, and maintain all applicable insurance requirements and state and trade licensing. Program-Participating Contractors will be required to perform the HVAC assessment and service in accordance with the program's technical protocol on all projects. The program's rebate-eligible service involves assessing, adjusting and resetting the HVAC system to the manufacturer's specifications. The service will require the program contractor to follow the program's technical guidelines during the servicing or "tune-up," and will require the contractor to use sophisticated tools to measure the increase in system performance. Any services performed that do not meet program standards will not be eligible for incentives.

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Contractor projects may be randomly selected to undergo quality assurance inspections to verify that all standards are being met.

To become an approved Program-Participating Contractor, please complete the Georgia Power Contractor Participation Application.

After a contractor's application has been approved and all required training has been completed, contractors can begin discussing the program with eligible customers. It is the responsibility of the contractor to log into the online rebate application system to provide the required documentation and submit the rebate application on behalf of the customer.

Residential HVAC Service Program for Contractors (PDF)