The Early Heating Equipment Replacement rebate is back for 2014 - New and Improved!
For a limited time only, the Mass Save Sponsors are offering the same great incentives for boilers, and now have incentives for warm air furnaces too!
If your customers have a functioning boiler (30+ years old) or furnace (12+ years old), their equipment may be eligible for an incredible rebate. For additional information about the rebates and eligibility requirements see below or click here for printable version.
In order to take advantage of this limited time offer, have your customer schedule a no cost Mass Save site visit by calling 866-527-SAVE (7283) Site visits must be completed by September 30th 2014, qualifying installs should be complete by October 31st 2014. If existing equipment meets the requirements, they will receive a rebate form and could be eligible for rebates up to $4,000 on a new efficient boiler, or up to $1,000 on a high efficiency furnace.
Beginning April 15, 2014, The Early Heating Equipment Replacement Rebate will be available for both boilers and furnaces. Mass Save customers can earn rebates by upgrading aging functioning Boilers (30+ years old) or Furnaces (12+ years old). Click here to learn more about the rebates and eligibility requirements.
Note: Fuel conversions or heating distribution changes are not eligible for this offer. Please see incentive details and eligibility requirements below.
Have your customers call today. This program is only here for a LIMITED TIME! Call 866-527-SAVE (7283)
Early Boiler Replacement Rebate- Steam and Hot Water Heating Systems
*Verification of landlord status is required.
Early Furnace Replacement Rebate- Forced Hot Air Heating Systems
Whether it is a washing machine or a new heating system, if it carries the ENERGY STAR label it will save you energy. So next time you are in the market for new appliances, heating/cooling equipment, or even constructing a new home make sure you look for the ENERGY STAR label.
What is ENERGY STAR®?
ENERGY STAR® is a voluntary labeling program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. ENERGY STAR® partners include manufacturers, national and regional retailers, state and local governments, and more than 100 utilities that serve approximately one half of U.S. households. These partners help the government establish energy efficiency criteria, label products, and promote the manufacture and use of ENERGY STAR® products.
To find out more about these programs and others, just click here to find links to individual GasNetworks member utilities.