Rebates Will Range From $100 TO $500, Depending on Efficiency Rating
A new program to help consumers save money and energy by upgrading their home heating systems is set to kick-off on April 21, according to Senator Jake Corman (R-34).
The Pennsylvania Home Heating Equipment Rebate Program will provide rebates ranging from $100 to $500 — depending on the equipment’s efficiency rating – for the purchase of Energy Star-rated, non-electric residential hot water heaters, furnaces and boilers.
“I would recommend that anyone thinking about replacing or upgrading their heating system consider this program,” said Senator Corman. “This rebate program provides assistance in covering the costs of a new system, which in turn will also save money in the long run through increased efficiency and lower fuel bills.”
Consumers can reserve a rebate by completing an online application. Those without Internet access can call toll-free at (877) 592-2061 to make a reservation. Once the reservation is in, consumers can purchase and have a contractor install a qualifying product. Purchases must be made on or after April 21. Finally, consumers must send in the completed rebate application within 30 days of the reservation date.
Phone: (717) 787-1377