If you’ve thought about upgrading your heating system, Mass Save offers the most in $$$ rebates than ever before!
In past years, several states have offered incentives in the way of rebates and/or tax credits for upgrading to high-efficiency heating equipment. A quick Google search reveals that VT, NJ, MO, ME, and SC (among others) have rebate programs, but have offered up to $500 to residents who upgrade their equipment.
This year, residents of MA are especially fortunate as the rebates being offered have literally “gone through the roof!” In 2019, you may be eligible for rebates of up to $2,750 when you purchase and install a high-efficiency natural gas or propane heating system.
The sweet bonus is that when you upgrade your system, you will also save monthly on the cost of fuel to heat your home.
However, you must be sure the equipment you are considering meets the rebate qualifications before installation. That’s where Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks comes in. We will walk you through the process, answer your questions, and recommend the equipment that will not only suit your family’s needs, but also meet the requirements of Mass Save.
Here are some examples of the rebates offered by Mass Save:
|The purchase and installation of one of these:||2019 Rebates available|
|Natural Gas – Warm Air Furnace AFUE rating equipped with Electronic Commutated Motor (ECM) or equivalent advanced furnace fan system||up to $1,250 ≥ 95%|
|Natural Gas – Forced Hot Water Boiler
≥ 95% AFUE rating
|up to $2,750|
with ECM blower Minimum 95% AFUE
|Propane Hot Water Heater
Minimum 90% AFUE
|Propane Hot Water Boiler
Minimum 95% AFUE
|up to $2,300|
|Propane – Condensing Boiler
with On-Demand Water Heater Minimum 95% AFUE
|$up to $2,000|
There are also rebates available for Mini Split Heating and AC – up to $500 for a Seer ≥ 18 Mini Split Central Heat Pump!
… and here’s the cherry-on-top: The sponsors of Mass Save are buying down interest rates to make energy efficiency more affordable for Massachusetts residents. You may qualify for a low-cost loan of up to $25,000 toward qualified energy efficient home improvements with terms up to seven years.
This process begins with an in-home Home Energy Assessment by Mass Save. Their representative will review the results of this free assessment and let you know which improvements will be eligible for HEAT Loan financing. You must be a customer of National Grid, Until, Eversource, or Cape Light Compact JPE. Your equipment and installation must be completed by December 31, 2019. There are other rules that apply, so be sure to visit Mass Save, call them at 866-527-7283 or talk to one of our technicians at Nashoba Air & BoilerWorks at (978) 540-8676 .