Trade Ally Resources

Resources for prospective Trade Allies

Participation agreement
This is a PDF for contractors who understand SavingsCentral programs and want to participate. Trade Allies agree to install energy efficiency equipment that meets or exceeds the criteria of the program, and they agree to perform high-quality installations.

Resources for existing Trade Allies

Link to AHRI for appliance efficiency ratings
The Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) rates the efficiency of appliances. The ARI reference number, also known as the AHRI reference number, proves that equipment meets the energy efficiency standards of SavingsCentral programs. The ARI certified reference number is the first number listed on the certificate of products rating. This is the link to the AHRI web site.

Logo for your web site
This is a low-resolution (72 dpi) graphic of the SavingsCentral logo. This is for web use only and not for printed materials.

Logo for your advertisements
This is a high-resolution logo that can be used for your printed materials, such as mailers, fliers and newspaper advertisements.

Trade Ally seal for your web site
This is a low-resolution (72 dpi) graphic of the SavingsCentral seal. This is for web use only and not forprinted materials.

Trade Ally seal for your advertisements
This is a high-resolution seal that can be used for your printed materials, such as mailers, fliers andnewspaper advertisements.

Participating Trade Allies
Find contact information for all Trade Allies participating in SavingsCentral programs.

Rebate forms
Simple forms that Trade Allies use to get rebates to customers. Customers should fill out the front side of each form and Trade Allies should fill out the back.

Online Rebate Form Processor for Trade Ally Use
Only Trade Allies who have completed the tutorial to use this online form processing system may submit rebate forms here.


What does it mean to be BPI certified?
Trade Allies certified by the Building Performance Institute (BPI)  earn an incentive for each qualified energy efficiency installation. Visit the BPI web site to learn more about the principles of building science and the whole-home approach to contracting. This site also lists upcoming training.