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Equipment Rebates and Financing

Find out all the ways to save money on high-efficiency home comfort systems.

The surest way to reduce your home’s heating and cooling expenses is to invest in efficiency. The U.S. Department of Energy advises that equipment upgrades, combined with proper maintenance, insulation, air sealing, and thermostat settings, can reduce your heating and cooling energy consumption by up to 50 percent!

Families on the Upper Cape and throughout Southeastern Massachusetts can also enjoy substantial savings for installing high-efficiency heating equipment, air conditioning equipment, and water heaters.

The Tasha Fuels & Propane team will help you qualify for rebates and other credits when you upgrade your equipment with us. Contact us to get started!

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Energy Efficiency + Rebates = BIG savings!

Mass Save rebates for residential heating and cooling equipment are now available. Review the 2024 rebate amounts by clicking the link below to see how much you can save. Then contact us so we can help you qualify!

As part of the Inflation Reduction Act, you can receive a $600 federal tax credit for installing qualifying high-efficiency heating oil furnaces, boilers, central A/C, and water heaters, and up to $2,000 credit for Energy Star-rated air-source ductless systems.

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Mass Save’s HEAT Loan Program offers fantastic financing options.

When you upgrade to more efficient heating and cooling equipment, Tasha Fuels & Propane can help you qualify for no-interest financing through the HEAT Loan Program of Mass Save.

The HEAT Loan Program provides customers the opportunity to receive a 0% loan to assist with the installation of qualified energy-efficiency improvements in their homes. Loans of up to $25,000 are available (and up to $50,000 for eligible heat pumps), with terms of up to seven years. To apply for a loan, the customer must own and reside in a one- to four-family residence and obtain a Mass Save home energy assessment.

You can receive more information on this project at the Mass Save website. You can also contact a friendly Tasha team member, and we’ll assist you with the application process.