“Wood Stove Change-Out Program” for Massachusetts Residents Offers Substantial Savings on New Wood & Pellet Stoves

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Mainline Home Energy Services is participating in this year’s MA CEC sponsored wood stove change-out program. Focused on high-efficiency heating, cooling and energy retrofit solutions, Mainline can now offer EPA-certified wood and pellet stoves to Massachusetts residents who wish to swap out their old, inefficient stoves at significantly reduced pricing, via MA CEC rebate funds.

Any Massachusetts resident or business currently operating a non-EPA-certified wood stove or fireplace insert is eligible for a rebate of up to $1,750 when replacing an existing stove with an eligible model. Those who meet certain income requirements are eligible for rebates of up to $3,000.

Mainline Home Energy Services is a Massachusetts incorporated and licensed company (Mainline Energy Systems, Inc.), with a showroom just a short distance south of Sturbridge, MA. Located at 591 Ference Road in Ashford, CT, we are open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  You can shop online at www.mainlinehes.com or https://www.facebook.com/Mainlinehes/.  Call us anytime at 860-429-9663.

Mainline is your #1 resource for living in a safer, healthier, more comfortable environment.

Program Background

If you own an old wood stove and would like to replace it with a new, low-emission EPA-certified wood or pellet stove, visit MassCEC’s website to find out more. Mainline Home Energy Services is HIC licensed in both Massachusetts and Connecticut and is a participating installer in the Massachusetts Wood Stove Change-Out Program. Massachusetts homeowners may contact Mainline to confirm stove eligibility, and we will submit the rebate application on your behalf after installing your new stove. Act now to make sure you don’t miss the August 22nd application deadline!

Eligibility requirements, income verification, a list of EPA-certified stove models and other information are available on the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center website. You may also contact Mainline Home Energy Services for details.

If you do not have an old stove to trade in, homeowners may still be eligible for rebates for other clean heating and cooling technologies. Click here for details. 

Mainline Home Energy Services covers Eastern Connecticut and South Central Massachusetts, including the towns of Tolland, Somers, Glastonbury, Colchester and Woodstock CT and Sutton, Sturbridge and Longmeadow MA.

2017-10-23T16:00:28+00:00 Categories: Blog, Massachusetts, Pellets, Wood|0 Comments