Zero Energy Doors and Frames for Reach-In Coolers

 

Energy-free cooler doors and frames can offer many benefits beyond saving money and energy, including:

  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Less downtime
  • Increased product visibility

The cost of commercial refrigeration can be significant for many businesses – and zero energy doors and frames can pay for themselves in a short amount of time.

Save money, energy and our environment: that’s just good business.

Get pre-approval: for financing or rebates over $15,000
Apply for a rebate, or contact us at 1-877-999-6035
Please have your electricity bill available when you call

Qualifying Equipment:

Zero-Energy Doors & Frames

Eligible Product Rebate Amount Product Requirements
Zero-Energy Doors for Reach-in Coolers $120 / door
  • Reach in display case doors must be highly insulated, double or triple pane units with low E-glass coatings or low-conductivity filler gas (argon)
  • Doors and frames with electric resistance heating (heaters in door or frames) are not eligible

Business Energy Rebates

If you know this is the product you want and plan to install, you can apply directly for a Business Energy Rebate.

Get started:

1. Get pre-approval. Important: you must get pre-approval before purchasing solar equipment, or for rebate amounts greater than $15,000.

2. Install your equipment (within 90 days).

3. Get your rebate.


Apply here.

Small Business Energy Solutions

Additional incentives may be available if you qualify as a small business.

The service offers:

  • Up to 60% in rebates and incentives
  • 24 months interest-free financing on your power bill
  • Rebates for your whole business: heating, refrigeration equipment, lighting, and more!
  • Customized recommendations that help you prioritize upgrades and maximize energy savings

Get started:

  1. Complete your business profile. Important: you must get pre-approval before purchasing products.
  2. Find a contractor to install your upgrades.
  3. Get your incentive and rebates.

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