Get Ready To Save On A Heating System Upgrade

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Is your heating system 25 years old—or older? Have you been wondering if you’re paying too much for heat every month? An inefficient, outdated furnace or boiler can easily lead to increased bills, not to mention unexpected repairs and other headaches you just don’t have the time—or money—to address.

When you upgrade to a high-efficiency, modern heating system, your fuel use could decrease by up to 40%. Imagine seeing that savings translated into dollars on your annual fuel bill? Depending on how much fuel you use, you could see hundreds or thousands of dollars in savings, annually. Really!

Upgrade and Save with Rebates

Getting a new boiler or furnace may sound like a super-expensive undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be. This is where rebates come in! In fact, you can save up to $700 when you switch to a higher-efficiency oilheat system.

Here’s a breakdown of the possible savings:

  • Receive a $250 rebate when you purchase a new oil-fired furnace.
  • Receive a $300 rebate when you purchase a new oil-fired boiler.
  • Receive a $700 rebate when you purchase an oil-fired integrated heat and hot water unit.

When you are making your purchase, be sure to give your heating oil company this rebate coupon. They’ll be able to answer any questions you may have to ensure that the process is smooth, safe and affordable.

To be eligible, the property must be in the Garden State. In addition, the new system must satisfy the New Jersey Clean Energy Program’s minimum efficiency standards.

These rebates will remain available until funding runs out.

Hidden Savings

Enjoying a rebate on your new unit isn’t the only way you’ll save money when you upgrade. You’ll also save when you don’t need repairs anytime in the near future and when your system is so efficient that your bills plummet. You’ll enjoy a lower risk of frozen pipes in the winter, and you won’t need to worry about water damage or other related issues if you go out of town for a few days.