End of the Year Rebate Review
December 27, 2016
As 2016 draws rapidly to a close, all of us at Mass Save would like to thank you for continuing to help us make Massachusetts the #1 most energy efficient state in the nation for the sixth year in a row!
We would also like to express our gratitude and say thank you - for reading our blog, considering our tips and advice, and becoming more energy-efficient.
We are working hard on continuing to provide you with the best advice throughout the next year and beyond, but we could not let the year end without a friendly reminder - don’t let all your hard work go unnoticed! We have rebates for all kinds of home improvements, whether you got a new clothes dryer, replaced your water heater, or added a new heating and cooling system to your home.
We know you’ve been busy this year making your home as energy-efficient as possible, and we want to say thank you by providing you with all of the rebates available to you.
We’ve put together an easy-to-reference list of all our rebates to help you see which ones you qualify for. Each rebate link will tell you more about eligibility, qualifying equipment, and how to apply, but hurry - the deadline to request rebates for any work done during 2016 is January 31, 2017.
So check out the links, see what you qualify for, and let us know if you have any questions. We are here to help you save energy and money and we want to make sure you take advantage of everything we have to offer.
Throughout the year, Mass Save works to provide you with the latest information, tips, and offers to help you make decisions to improve your home’s comfort and control your energy usage. We invite you to visit MassSave.com regularly to see what is new for next year.
May you have a happy and prosperous 2017!
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