Date: May 20, 2019
Choosing when to upgrade a home comfort equipment is a significant decision for any homeowner – one that requires a fair amount of due diligence and research (not to mention help from experts) to get right!
In many cases, the line between repairing and replacing a furnace, boiler , or water heater is a blurred one: although your old equipment is still functioning, it will never outperform its new, professionally installed high-efficiency replacement. Eventually, you will reach a point – usually sometime in its second decade of use – where paying for a heating system repair no longer makes sense.
One category of factors that might tip the balance in the repair vs. replace equation is incentives – either from a manufacturer, your heating equipment installer, or even the state or federal government. Here in Massachusetts, for example, Mass Save® incentives can save you hundreds of dollars on the purchase and installation of high efficiency heating equipment!
Check out the current Mass Save rebates, which are available while supplies last:
Mass Save also offers 0% financing for energy-efficiency improvements to your MA home – contact us to learn how we can help you qualify for all these Mass Save offers. When it comes to quality installation and saving you money, Cubby makes it easy!
The bottom line: if your furnace, boiler, or water heater is more than 10 years old, a high-efficiency upgrade could save you as much as 30 percent on your future energy bills. When combined with incentives like the ones currently available from Mass Save, that makes an upgrade an option that can pay for itself in just a few years – all while providing more comfort and fewer headaches for you.
Save money up front and on future bills with heating equipment specials available through Cubby Oil & Energy! Contact us today to learn about current Mass Save rebates* that can save you hundreds of dollars in the months ahead! But act quickly – these offers are available on a first come, first served basis – and when they’re gone, they’re gone.
*Subject to change; conditions apply. Contact us for details.