2017 Summer Furnace Special Offer

Heat and Cool your Home for Less

Switch your home heating system to natural gas. Offer expires August 31, 2017.


New NW Natural (conversion) customers – WASHINGTON

Now through August 31, 2017, get up to $1,200 back when you convert your home electric or oil heating system to a high-efficiency natural gas furnace and air conditioner, installed by a NW Natural Preferred Contractor.

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Incentives include: 

  • $300 Instant Invoice Credit courtesy of the NW Natural Preferred Contractor who installs the natural gas furnace
    or $500 Instant Invoice Credit courtesy of the NW Natural Preferred Contractor when an additional central air conditioner is installed with the gas furnace

  • $500 Rebate from NW Natural when a NW Natural Preferred Contractor installs the new natural gas furnace 

Additional incentives are available from Energy Trust based on the equipment you install:

  • $200 Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO) incentive* for 88% AFUE Gas Boiler
  • $100 Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO) incentive* for 90-94% AFUE, no ECM gas furnace
  • $200 Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO) incentive* for a 95%+ AFUE, no ECM gas furnace

Offer expires August 31, 2017. Some restrictions apply. 


*Energy Trust incentives are only available for homeowners of existing homes (no new construction) and only when a natural gas furnace is used as the primary heating source (not available when used as back-up heat for a heat pump system).

Save up to $602 operating costs each year

The average home switching from an electric furnace can save about $602 each year** by upgrading to more efficient natural gas equipment. See how much you can save by comparing the operating cost of your current heating equipment to a new high-efficiency system.

**The estimated energy bill savings are based on a 1955, one-story, 1,500-square-foot home in Vancouver with three occupants upgrading from an electric or oil furnace or heat pump installed before 1989 to a 95 percent efficient natural gas furnace as provided by the Cake Systems energy use model. The average electric rate used for the comparison is $0.082 per kWh. The natural gas rate used in the comparison is $0.83 per therm. Estimates are provided for purposes of illustrating possible savings only – individual customer’s circumstances and savings may vary.


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