Did you know there are hundreds of dollars in rebates up for grabs? That’s right—between local statewide rebates and federal incentives, you can save a significant chunk of change on the installation of a new ultra-low sulfur heating oil furnace, boiler, or fuel storage tank. Keep reading to learn more about these opportunities, and find out the low cost a new installation could run for. Best of all, new heating installations can reduce your heating costs by upwards of 30% per year, so these installation savings are only the beginning.
Granite State Saves with Oil
Rebates on furnaces, boilers, and fuel tanks are available at select times to help you save on your installation. Granite State Saves with Oil is designed to help New Hampshire homeowners reduce the financial burden of a new heating furnace, boiler, or fuel tank with rebates that reimburse such purchases. Visit GraniteStateSavesWithOil.com to learn more and view current rebate opportunities. Then, reach out to your home comfort provider when you’re ready to take advantage. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE REBATE PROGRAM
Federal Tax Credits
In addition to local rebates, federal tax credits are available to reward homeowners for upgrading to high-efficiency heating equipment. You can now get up to $600 back in tax credits* on top of your Granite State Saves with Oil equipment rebates! The savings will add up, maximizing your cost reduction and saving you money for years to come.
Start Taking Advantage
Homeowners using ultra-low sulfur heating oil in New Hampshire are invited to stack rebates to maximize their savings. Be sure to check out the Granite State Saves with Oil rebates as well as any available federal tax credits so you are rewarded for choosing a lower-emission heating fuel to keep your New Hampshire home and family feeling comfortable and secure. MORE BENEFITS OF HIGH-EFFICIENCY EQUIPMENT
*Equipment Placed in Service After December 31, 2022: Equipment must have 2021 Energy Star ratings (87 AFUE for oil boilers and 85 AFUE for furnaces) and be certified by the manufacturer to burn heating oil blended with a 20 percent biodiesel or renewable diesel fuel. This equipment is available now. Equipment Placed in Service After December 31, 2026: Equipment must have an AFUE of at least 90 percent and be certified for a 50 percent blend of biodiesel or renewable diesel fuel. This equipment will be made available in 2023.