This one-day technical training prepares contractors and their staff to participate in the AC Quality Care Rebate Program. Technicians must take this training before any maintenance can be done for the Program. Deadline to register is Thursday, Feb 14.
MI-BEST® (Mobile Integrated Building Energy Science Training) Day 1 is the first of 5 consecutive days of training which are designed to be covered in sequence. Students are encouraged to stay for the entire 5 days but may sign up for individual days depending on the agenda.
This computer-based class will cover whole house and room-by-room ACCA Manual J Version 8 Load Calculation methods and the ACCA Manual S Equipment Selection manual.
8 NATE CEUs available.
Submit Participation Agreements
Sign and send back the 2019 ACQC Quality Care Participation Agreement to continue participating in the Program. The updated ACQC Quality Care Participation Agreement is available on our website here.
January 18, 2019 – Submit Applications with Comprehensive Kicker Measures
The Comprehensive Kicker measure has changed for 2019. Submit applications with the old Comprehensive Kicker measure by January 18. These measures cannot be processed after that date.
The ecobee3 lite smart thermostat is currently approved for the Program. Contractors that install 2 measures AND an approved smart thermostat can qualify for a $100 additional incentive.
Participating contractors that purchase 8 units at a time through an approved distributor can receive them at a discounted price. More information will be available on our website soon.
$480 in Rebates Available in 2019
ACQC Quality care will be enhanced in 2019 in order to balance the program incentives with saving achieved in the Program. You can view the available rebates on our website. Marketing collateral will be available soon. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your account manager to place an order. Electronic versions are also available on our website.
New Look for Program Website
The ACQualityCare.com website will be redesigned to improve the user experience. It will be better organized and will incorporate an enhanced, mobile-friendly website. Users will notice a simplified design beginning in March.