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Big Connecticut Rebates For Energy Efficient Renovations & New Homes.

Big Connecticut  Rebates For Energy Efficient Renovations & New Homes.

If you are considering a home renovation or building a new home here in Connecticut then take a look at these rebates that you can get when using energy efficient appliances, heating / cooling system and smart building choices.

Upgrading your Heating and/or Cooling system you can earn $100 to $500 or more on rebates by installing an ENERGY STAR certified central AC or up to $600 for a natural gas warm air furnace.

Replace your old hot water tank heater with and ENERGY STAR certified high efficiency natural gas fired tank-less water heater and earn a rebate up to $500.

Talk to your HVAC contractor when installing new furnaces and boiler for current rebates.

 

  

 

Earn $1,000’s in rebates when building New Residential Construction. Incorporate the latest in energy efficient technologies in your new build by using this program along with Bonus Rebates for ENERGY STAR Homes, LEED for Homes and the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard program.

Currently there are 30 different programs that Connecticut Homeowners can pick that offer rebates and guidance when considering an energy efficient home improvement or new build. To see all these programs just go to www.EnergizeCT.com .

 

 

David Popoff
Connecticut Licensed Real Estate Broker
Realtor® Green
Seller Representative Specialist
Accredited Buyer Representative
candidate
LEED AP Homes

 

DMK Real Estate, Darien, CT.
Cell (203) 228-0646
DMKrealestate.com

 

 

 

DMK Realty, 06820 

 

 

 

 

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