Peerless Boilers: Cash Rebate & Baker’s Dozen Programs

Today, we are thrilled to announce a pair of promotions from Peerless boilers. Both of these programs are open to all Able customers who purchase Peerless equipment between now and October 1st, 2016. These programs also cover retroactive purchases made between May 16th, 2016 and today. To learn about how these programs can get you cash or even brand new equipment, just read on!

Baker’s Dozen Program

Peerless Boilers’ Baker’s Dozen Program rewards your brand loyalty with free equipment based on your purchases.

For every twelve Peerless boilers or Pavilion IAQ Air Handlers that you purchase during the promotion, you will be eligible to receive a certificate for one free Peerless residential boiler or PHV-50 air handler.

If you prefer a boiler to the PHV-50, you may make a selection from the following lists.

Oil Models:










Natural Gas and Propane Models:







That’s not all, though! Every twelve Peerless Partner indirect-fired water heaters purchased during the promotion qualify you for a certificate for a free PP-40 water heater.

Cash Rebate Program

If free equipment doesn’t appeal to you, hopefully free cash will. That’s right, contractors also have the option of receiving a cash rebate of $100 for every Peerless boiler, Peerless Partner indirect-fired water heater, and Pavilion IAQ air handler that they purchase. If you only purchase one Peerless unit during the promotion, and we recommend that you purchase much more than that, you still qualify for a $100 cash rebate.

To receive your rebates or certificates, all you need to do is fill out the form below and submit it along with the corresponding invoices by November 30th, 2016.

Peerless Baker’s Dozen/Cash Rebate Program Form

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