Save $75 When You Upgrade to an Energy-Efficient Natural Gas Fireplace
Enjoy the convenience and efficiency of a natural gas fireplace in your home! Direct-vent gas fireplaces are safe and easy to operate, providing energy-efficient heat at the flip of a switch. In fact, installing a natural gas fireplace in the most-used area of your home may help you save money on your heating bills.* Plus, you can get a $75 rebate from Washington Gas when you install a qualifying natural gas fireplace.
- Energy Savings. Energy-efficient natural gas fireplaces can heat up to 1,000 square feet of living space at a reasonable cost. This means that you can turn down your thermostat and use your gas fireplace as the heat source for your most-used space, which can help lower your utility bills.*
- A Warm Home. Using a completely sealed combustion chamber, a direct-vent natural gas fireplace prevents cold air from entering your home when the fireplace is not in use and increases the efficiency of the fire while it is burning. This keeps you and your home warmer throughout the colder months.*
- Versatile. Direct-vent natural gas fireplaces come in a variety of sizes and styles and can be installed in any room.*
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Gas fireplaces can cost anywhere from $60 to $12,500 to install.† Protect your investment—and the safety of your family—with an annual gas fireplace tune-up. Your contractor will perform several performance and safety checks, which may include examining the fireplace framework for gaps or cracks, the glass for cracks, the ceramic logs for deterioration, and the chimney for condensation. Your contractor may also ensure that your gas ignition and carbon monoxide detectors are working properly.
|Item & Efficiency Requirement
|Direct-Vent Gas Fireplace
|Minimum 70% annual fuel utilization efficiency, electric ignition
|Gas Fireplace Tune-Up‡
|Service provided by Home Energy Savings Contractor
Let’s Get Started
Find a participating contractor who installs natural gas fireplaces or offers the gas fireplace tune-up rebate in our Home Energy Savings Network.
Have your participating contractor install your qualifying gas fireplace or perform your gas fireplace tune-up.
Your contractor will submit a rebate application for you. You’ll get your rebate on the contractor invoice or receive a check in the mail within six to eight weeks.
* Source: energytrust.org/fireplace
† Source: homeadvisor.com
‡ Natural gas fireplaces are eligible for tune-up rebates once every three years