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What financial incentives am I eligible for regarding natural gas equipment?
As part of the PECO Natural Gas Energy Efficiency Rebate Program, PECO natural gas customers may be eligible for rebates for installing ENERGY STAR® qualified, high-efficiency natural gas equipment. Go to peco.com/NaturalGasHomeRebates for more information.
Is it really worth spending the extra money on an ENERGY STAR® qualified, high-efficiency heating system?
High-efficiency natural gas equipment saves on heating costs over the long term that may more than pay for the initial cost difference. See cost saving scenarios and check out PECO’s free, online calculators:
What are the benefits of converting to natural gas?
The benefits of converting to natural gas include:
Is it less expensive to heat my home with natural gas?
Natural gas compares favorably to other home heating fuel costs. To estimate the potential cost savings of converting to natural gas, try PECO’s Natural Gas Conversion Calculator.
Why should I replace my old heating system if it still works?
Today’s gas heating systems turn as much as 97% of your energy dollar into heat for your home. By comparison, older systems only use 65% of every energy dollar. See cost saving scenarios and check out PECO’s free, online calculators:
How can using natural gas help me protect the environment?
Natural gas burns cleaner than other home heating fuels, producing far less greenhouse gases and contributing practically nothing to acid rain or smog.
What is involved in converting to natural gas?
For customers who already have a natural gas service line on their property, converting to natural gas heat is a simple 3-step process: Contact PECO, schedule an appointment with your heating contractor and return the rebate form and paid receipt once the installation has been completed.
Customers without a natural gas service line have a few additional steps, including determining whether a service line is available.
If I have an electric heat pump with a natural gas furnace as a back-up (or as my secondary heat source), can I apply for a PECO Smart Gas Efficiency Upgrade rebate.