Save up to $805 When You Upgrade to ENERGY STAR® Certified Home Heating Equipment
With as much as half* of the energy used in your home going to heating and cooling, choosing ENERGY STAR certified heating equipment can have a big impact on your comfort, while helping you save money.
If your furnace or boiler is over 15 years old, it’s probably heating your home inconsistently or close to failing. Avoid the hassle and extra costs of equipment failure by replacing your old unit with a new ENERGY STAR certified model.
Rebates on Energy-Saving Home Heating
|Eligible Equipment||Efficiency Requirement||Rebate|
|Furnace Tier 1||ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 92% AFUE||$345|
|Furnace Tier 21||ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 95.1% AFUE||$460|
|Boiler Tier 1||ENERGY STAR certified||$460|
|Boiler Tier 21||ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 95% AFUE||$805|
|Combination Home and Water Heating Units||Minimum 90% AFUE and/or minimum 0.87 UEF||$805|
|Home Heating Tune-Up||Service provided by Home Energy Savings Contractor||$100|
1 You may be able to claim a federal tax credit of 30% of the project cost up to $600. Federal tax credits may require exceeding efficiency requirements above, check eligibility requirements at energystar.gov/taxcredits.
The Benefits of ENERGY STAR Certified Heating Equipment
The average annual bill for a home equipped with a gas furnace and central air is about $875, which is roughly 43% of a year’s total energy spending.* A properly installed and maintained energy-efficient certified boiler or furnace can help you lower your energy use and save money. ENERGY STAR certified boilers use about 5% less energy than standard models, while ENERGY STAR certified furnaces are about 15% more efficient.*
Gas furnaces and boilers that earn the ENERGY STAR label are independently certified to save energy, save money and according to ENERGY STAR, can help protect the environment by “helping prevent harmful carbon pollution and reducing other greenhouse gases.*”
Let’s Get Started
Find a participating contractor in our Home Energy Savings Network.
Have your participating contractor install qualifying high-efficiency equipment.
Your contractor will submit a rebate application for you. You’ll get your rebate on the contractor invoice or a check in the mail within six to eight weeks.
Finance Your Next Energy Efficiency Project
Interested in financing opportunities for high-efficiency upgrades? You may qualify for low-interest loans for recommended energy-efficient improvements. Find out more here.
If you’ve fallen behind on your energy bills, we may be able to help. We offer income-qualified residential customers energy assistance to help manage their bill.