With regular professional maintenance and some luck, your home heating system could last 12 to 15 years or more. But eventually, parts wear down and efficiency suffers, until eventually a heating equipment upgrade makes more sense than sinking money into more heating system repairs.
But even though a heating system upgrade may make sense on paper, it doesn’t mean that the upfront costs will be easy to swallow – or pay for. If you’re wondering how you’re going to swing a new furnace, boiler, or heat pump, here are three questions and answers from our heating experts that might put your mind at ease:
Q: I need to upgrade my heating system but it’s a big expense. Are there rebates or financing available?
A: Yes. More than 50% of the new heating equipment we install is subsidized by the Mass Save program. You may qualify for thousands of dollars in rebates, loans to cover replacements, and zero percent financing for seven years.
Q: Will these subsidies always be available?
A: Mass Save subsidies have to be reauthorized every year, and they are not guaranteed to continue at this rate, especially given the current economic situation. If you are thinking about replacing your system, now may be the best time to do that.
Q: What kind of rebates are people applying for?
A: People apply in different rebate amounts for heat pumps (which can be used as air conditioners too), oil and gas boilers and furnaces. Because we install all types of equipment, no matter the fuel source, we can help you choose the best options. Read more about financing and rebate opportunities and then contact us for a FREE estimate.
Considering an upgrade for your heating system? There’s still time to take COMPLETE advantage of deep rebates from Mass Save on professional heating installations by Needham Oil Complete Heating & Cooling.
Contact us today to learn how you can save thousands of dollars on expert heating equipment installation in Middlesex County and Norfolk County, MA.