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The A, B, Cs of Mass Save Rebates

The steps required by Mass Save to receive the heat pump rebates.

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Max Veggeberg

The Mass Save program and the Federal Government really, really want you to switch to a heat pump. How much? They’re giving you $12,000 to upgrade. That much.

That’s a lot of money, but how do you qualify? We'll cover each step below. It may seem like a lot, but have no fear, we will make sure you qualify for the rebate. We even submit the rebate paperwork on your behalf so you can sit back and save. We know that this is above and beyond what any other company does for you, which is exactly where we like to be. There's a lot of money on the line, why risk it?

First off, you can swipe right if you’ve had a Home Energy Assessment with the Mass Save program within the past 5 years and moved forward with the recommended insulation measures. You’re ahead of the curve and already qualify, great job!

If not, you’re not alone and we will give you one-on-one support to help you through each one of these steps.

Energy assessment checklist

Step 1) Free Energy Assessment

A certified Home Energy Specialist will evaluate your home for energy saving. At the end of the assessment, they’ll provide you with energy saving measures. To qualify for the $10k rebate, you must move forward with all recommended measures.

Our partners can expedite your visit or you can go directly through the Mass Save main line.

Step 2) Heat pump installation

Mass Save recommends the heat pump installation prior to the insulation. This ensures the the heat pump install partner does not disturb the insulation, which can compromise the energy savings.

Step 3) Insulation installation

Install the recommended insulation measures. Mass Save provides an instant 75% incentive on the weatherization.

Step 4) We submit the rebates for you

That’s it! We’ll submit the rebates on your behalf and in 12-14 weeks, you’ll receive a $10,000 check!

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