Across Wisconsin, resident homeowners continue to benefit from the latest round of rebates on heating equipment and oil storage tanks. The result of a joint effort between the Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association (WPMCA) and the National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA), this program offers Wisconsin homeowners an easy way to save.
If you upgrade to a high-efficiency heating system and replace the heating oil storage tank in your Wisconsin home, you could receive a combined $500 in rebates.
Here’s how the rebates break down
- Receive $300 when you install a new, high-efficiency heating oil system
- Receive $200 when you replace a heating oil storage tank
You can participate in both rebate programs at once, or use one now and one later. But keep in mind that the program is first-come, first-served, and will no longer be available once funds have been depleted. In order to be eligible, you must be a Wisconsin resident and the system you’re purchasing must be higher efficiency than the one you’re replacing.
What to Do
If you’re ready to get started, simply go to the rebate section of this website for more details or go straight to the rebate coupon page. Give it to your oilheat dealer or installation contractor and enjoy your savings!
More Ways You’ll Save
The benefits of upgrading don’t end with the rebate. Replacing the outdated system in your Wisconsin home is a surefire way to help reduce your bills while it increases your home’s value. Once you have a new, high-efficiency heating system up and running, you’ll see the difference. In fact, you can expect your annual heating expenses to drop up to 20%. And with a new system, you won’t need repairs for quite some time.
Keep up on the Latest
If it’s been a while since you purchased your oil furnace, boiler or fuel storage tank, you’ll want to brush up so you’re an informed consumer. Did you know that new, high-efficiency boilers and furnaces can be set to use only as much fuel as they need? Or that the latest oil storage tanks are made with corrosion-resistant materials? Read up on new oil furnaces and boilers and learn about oil tanks right here on our website.