How Much Can I Save with a New Heating Oil System?

The Payback Is Real When You Upgrade

heating rebates wisconsinsIf your oil boiler or oil furnace is at least 20 years old, consider replacing your heating system soon. The performance and reliability of heating equipment typically begins to be less efficient at that point, and if you haven’t had your system regularly serviced, you might experience problems even sooner.

At the least, it’s estimated that a new system should help you save up to 20% on annual heating costs in your Badger State home. And if you upgrade from a really old system to a high-efficiency unit, your savings could be 40%!

You’ll feel the difference in comfort while also saving on repairs. Having a new system will minimize the potential of a breakdown, which becomes increasingly common in older systems.

And the payback point is real! For example, a family that spends $2,000 per year to heat their home and reduces their annual costs by just 20% saves $400. If your new system also costs $2,000, the payback time on a system investment will be only five years.* How’s that for efficiency?

Save BIG with Wisconsin Heating Oil Rebates

If your heating system has been breaking down or your home still feels cold even though you’ve turned up the heat, investing in a replacement heating system looks like a smart move.

Right now, you can qualify for up to $1,000 in rebates when you upgrade to a new heating oil system and oil storage tank!

An Investment in Efficiency

These generous equipment rebates are just the beginning when it comes to all of the savings and peace of mind you’ll enjoy by upgrading to a modern heating oil system and storage tank.

Today’s oil boilers and oil furnaces are compact, smart and super-efficient. There are many different equipment options to fit your budget.

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.

[h2] New aboveground oil tank takes away your worries

In terms of oil storage tanks, as a general rule of thumb, if your fuel storage tank is more than 30 years old, you should consider replacing it.

Today’s aboveground fuel storage tanks are light-years ahead of old models because they are virtually leak-proof and have features that include:

  • sleek designs
  • double-wall construction that includes an outer tank of corrosion-resistant galvanized steel
  • leak-detection system
  • long-term warranties

Here’s another great feature: Modern aboveground tanks generally can be installed in small or unusually shaped spaces.

Don’t Wait Until Rebates Go Away

To get started on saving money with Wisconsin heating oil rebates, go here.

Rebates are available on a first-come, first-served basis. So take advantage of these rebates while funds are still available!

*For illustrative purposes only. Energy savings and equipment costs may vary.