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Frequently asked questions
Many utility companies have online stores that provide their customers with energy-efficient products, smart home devices, and various programs to join. To make these offerings more accessible, they often provide instant rebates and enrollment incentives.
This website can help you find out if your local energy provider offers instant rebates on Nest thermostats. If they do, we'll guide you to their specific online store, so you can confirm the instant rebate is currently available and your eligibility to claim it.
If your local energy provider doesn't have instant rebates for Nest thermostats, this site can still show you where to find post-purchase rebates. This way, you may still be able to enjoy a rebate after buying and installing your Nest thermostat.
Google’s commitment to privacy in the home applies to our connected home devices and services that use Google Accounts and carry the Google Nest, Google Home, Nest, Google Wifi, or Chromecast brand. We want you, your family, and your guests to feel comfortable using these devices and services, since their purpose is to help and to provide peace of mind. We also recognize that we’re a guest in your home, and we respect and appreciate that invitation.
To qualify for instant rebates, you need to be a customer of your local energy provider. The instant rebate will be automatically applied during checkout, and the online vendor working with your local energy provider will confirm the rebate amount and your eligibility before completing the purchase.
Your eligibility for instant rebates and the specific rebate amounts may vary based on the kind of energy account you hold (electric, natural gas, or both) and whether you choose to participate in any relevant programs offered.
Google Nest thermostats are designed to be compatible with most 24 V systems, including older ones, and can be used with all common fuel types such as natural gas, oil, and electricity.
Before purchasing a Nest thermostat, you should use our online Compatibility Checker to verify if your system is suitable. Some systems might need a common wire (C wire) or the Nest Power Connector; for more information, visit g.co/nest/cwire.
Redeeming your instant rebates on a Nest thermostat is easier than you’d think.
Step One: Input your zip code into the Instant Rebate Finder
Step Two: Select your local energy provider
Step Three: Confirm eligibility and rebate amount on your energy provider’s website
Step Four: Purchase your instantly rebated Nest thermostat from your energy provider
Nest thermostats have been shown to save an average of 10-12% on heating bills and 15% on cooling bills.1Utilities across the country offer instant rebates on efficiency products like Nest thermostats to encourage their customers to reduce their energy consumption. Your eligibility for instant rebates and the instant rebate amounts themselves can differ depending on the type of energy account you have (electric, natural gas, or both) and whether you elect to enroll in any offered programs as applicable.
2Independent studies conducted in the US showed that Nest thermostats saved people an average of 10% to 12% on heating and 15% on cooling. Individual savings are not guaranteed. Learn more at g.co/nest/realsavings.
Mercury thermostats, digital thermostats, connected thermostats, and most recently smart thermostats are all types of thermostats. In many cases, consumers have a digital thermostat that doesn't connect to WiFi or a connected thermostat that doesn't have learning capabilities and don't realize that they can still save energy and money by using smart thermostats with learning features.
Google Nest Learning Thermostat - Learns the temperatures you like and creates a custom schedule for your home. Nest automatically turns itself down after you leave so you’re not heating or cooling an empty home.
Google Nest Thermostat - It can turn itself down when you leave the house, so you don’t waste energy heating or cooling an empty home. And Savings Finder looks for more ways to save, and suggests tweaks to your schedule.
Both Nest Learning Thermostat and Nest Thermostat can monitor your heating and cooling system and alert you if something doesn’t seem right.4
In most homes, installing a Nest thermostat is an easy DIY project that takes under an hour. Both the Google Home and Nest apps provide step-by-step instructions to make it easy to install and wire your thermostat, so use it as your main guide.
Google Nest also offers multiple support options ranging from dynamic support articles, online chat, Facebook or Twitter, and even phone support. If you purchase a Nest thermostat and are unable to install it for any reason, Google has partnered with a network of professional installers including OnTech to offer professional installation for an additional cost.
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Save at home and away. With energy-saving smarts, Nest helps you get the most out of your home’s energy, while spending less.2