Oilheat Rebates In 2021 Could Save You Up To $1,000
If you’re thinking that it might be time to replace your heating system, now’s the time to take action! Right now, heating oil equipment rebates that are available to Wisconsin homeowners have been doubled for 2021. Homeowners can now qualify for up to $1,000 in rebates when they upgrade to a new oilheat system and a new oil storage tank!
Qualifying For A Rebate Is Easy!
- Your property must be located in Wisconsin.
- The new system being installed must be higher efficiency than the system you’re replacing.
What you can receive:
- Get a $600 rebate when you install a new oilheat boiler or furnace.
- Get a $400 rebate when you install a new oilheat storage tank.
- Get a $1,000 rebate when you install both!
This may be the best part: you’ll receive your rebate upfront, at the time of purchase. No waiting around for this fantastic benefit!
Save Money, Reduce Worry In The Future
These equipment rebates are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to all of the benefits you’ll receive by upgrading to a modern heating oil system and storage tank.
Today’s oil boilers and oil furnaces offer homeowners a great opportunity to increase their comfort while decreasing their energy usage. New systems now heat homes using significantly less energy compared to older generation equipment.
Energy-efficient equipment can be installed with the latest technologically advanced controls to use only as much fuel as needed to heat your home or a specific part of your home.
In terms of tanks, today’s fuel storage tanks are light-years ahead of old models because they are virtually leak-proof. If your oil tank is more than 30 years old, it’s a good idea to speak with your Wisconsin oilheat equipment provider or HVAC contractor about your replacement options.
Your local Wisconsin oilheat equipment provider or HVAC contractor can give you good advice and help you secure these rebates. To get started, go here to download your rebate coupon.
Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. So take advantage of the new, bigger rebates, while funds are still available!