Cash For Clunker Appliances?
…I hear it is the next stimulus piece to come down the pike!
Though the details are still being worked out, the Cash inefficient and old appliances program that kicks in late this fall will offer consumers cash to help buy new home appliances. You could get a rebate of $50 to $200 for buying a new, more energy-efficient appliance to replace one in your kitchen. The federal government has set aside $300 million for the program as part of the economic stimulus plan. Appliances including dishwashers, boilers, freezers, refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, furnaces, water heaters, and air-conditioning units may all be available for the program, and Pennsylvania has indeed applied for enrollment in the program! We may just see the last of the Avacado Green and Forest Brown appliances that adorn many old Center City Philadelphia condominiums.
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530 Walnut St., Suite 260 Philadelphia, PA 19106
Usually we got an appliances repaired once, and then once it got failed again we replace it. So I think it won’t hurt if we try these products. And besides, the price is affordable.Comment by ortigas condos — December 16, 2009 @ 4:29 am
If they are only spending their own cash I’m not sure what difference it makes which cash that card is on. Household ApplianceComment by Household Appliance — December 22, 2009 @ 10:05 pm