2017 Fall Furnace Special Offer

Heat and Cool your Home for Less

Switch your home heating system to natural gas. Offer expires May 31, 2018.


New NW Natural (conversion) customers – OREGON

Now through May 31, 2018, get up to $1,350 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.

Incentives may include an Instant Invoice Credit from the NW Natural Preferred Contractor who installs your system, NW Natural, and Energy Trust of Oregon Savings Within Reach discounts available based on the equipment you install and program eligibility.

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

  • $300 Rebate from NW Natural when a NW Natural Preferred Contractor installs the new natural gas furnace

  • $200 Energy Trust of Oregon (ETO) rebate** for 88% AFUE Gas Boiler
  • $550 discount** for a 90% AFUE gas furnace for eligible moderate income households, courtesy of the Energy Trust of Oregon Savings Within Reach Trade Ally Contractor
  • $550 discount*** for a 90% gas furnace for eligible owners of single family rental properties, courtesy of the Energy Trust of Oregon Trade Ally Contractor 


Offer expires May 31, 2018. Some restrictions apply.
 



**Savings Within Reach eligible households must install a 90% + AFUE natural gas furnace to qualify for the additional $550 incentive. To qualify for the maximum NW Natural offered incentives you must use a NW Natural Preferred Contractor to install a natural gas furnace and central air conditioner.

**The Energy Trust of Oregon Gas Savings Within Reach program makes it easy for moderate income homeowners to make efficiency upgrades with on-bill repayment financing and a $550 incentive for eligible households. Click here for more information.

***The Energy Trust of Oregon Gas Savings Within Reach program makes it easy for owners of single-family rental properties in Oregon to make upgrades and save $550 instantly when installing a high-efficiency natural gas furnace. Click here for more information. 

**ETO rebates 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 $1,069 in operating costs each year

The average home switching from an electric furnace can save up to $1,069 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, 1,795-square-foot home in Portland 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 $0.109 per kWh and the natural gas rate used in the comparison is $0.84 per therm. Estimates are provided for purposes of illustrating possible savings only – individual customer’s circumstances and savings may vary.


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