Significant Rebates Available NOW for boiler replacement

This message from MassEnergy Consumers Alliance

Is your boiler at least 30 years old?
You may qualify for a limited-time rebate!

Is your boiler at least 30 years old? National Grid and NSTAR are offering qualifying customers a limited-time rebate of $1,750 – $4,000 to replace their boiler. Take the first step toward your rebate by signing up for a no-cost energy assessment right now.

Your new boiler must be installed by July 31, 2012 to take advantage of the rebate (Click here to learn more about the steps toward claiming your rebate). In addition, your old boiler must be:
30 years old, or older
currently functioning
fueled by natural gas, propane, or oil
The rebate is NOT for:
replacing furnaces
converting to another fuel
fixing or replacing broken boilers
Act quickly! REBATES ARE LIMITED. There are several steps you must complete to qualify, but your first step is to sign up for a no-cost energy assessment. We can help you schedule your assessment quickly through our partners at Next Step Living (Mass Save qualified vendors). Sign up online, or call us at 1-800-287-3950.

A new boiler could save you hundreds of dollars in heating costs each year, as well as prevent hundreds of pounds of carbon and noxious pollutant emissions. If you have any questions, contact the rebate’s general hotline at 800-480-7472, and ask about the “Early Boiler Replacement Rebates.” Thanks!

Sincerely,

Larry Chretien
Executive Director

P.S. Once again, in order to qualify for this rebate, your new boiler must be installed by July 31, 2012! Act quickly!

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