Rebates and Incentives

There are rebates and incentives to encourage energy efficiency. These programs can be used together, making your rebate even larger! Please visit the following links to learn about the current programs, or contact us to learn how you can upgrade your system for less. Hartwig Heating is a participating contractor in this program, and can help you find savings when you upgrade your heating and cooling equipment.

More than half of your electricity bill may be going toward heating and cooling your home, so it is the best place to start when looking to cut down your energy use, save some money, and have a more comfortable home.

Brad Cairney, Customer
“I hired Hartwig Heating to install a furnace, duct work, air conditioning and a heat recovery ventilator in my 3500 square foot home. I found Terry to be extremely trustworthy – his prices are fair and he does excellent work. I would highly recommend Hartwig Heating to any homeowner.”

The Heating and Cooling Incentive from the Independent Electricity System Operator can help you make your heating and air conditioning system more efficient and more environmentally friendly. There are rebates for:

• A $600 incentive for the replacement of your existing central air conditioning (CAC) System or install a new CAC System with an ENERGY STAR® CAC system that satisfies at least an 18 seasonal energy efficiency ratio (“SEER”) and a 13 energy efficiency ratio (“EER”) confirmed by an Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute (“AHRI”) reference number.

• A $250 incentive for the replacement of an existing furnace with the purchase and installation of a high efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM). Oil, electric, natural gas and propane furnaces are eligible for an upgrade.

• A $30 incentive to add a variable-speed electronically commutated circulator pump. Pump must be installed on an existing hydronic heating system and not on a domestic hot water (DHW) heater.

• A $5800 incentive is available for homes that are primarily heated by electric heat to install an Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP). The ASHP must be ENERGY STAR® certified or a consortium for energy efficiency (CEE) Tier-1 level system, minimum SEER 15/HSP 8.5/EER 12.5 rating.
 

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Visit saveONenergy for more information. This program ends in 2018, so upgrade now and you could save hundreds of dollars a year in heating and cooling costs, and save on the installation.