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Cash rebates and financing programs, available to Massachusetts and New Hampshire homeowners, can save you up to $3,500 on certain home heating, cooling, and ventilation upgrades. This is a great way to save energy while boosting your indoor comfort and making a lasting home improvement.

Kearney HVAC is a qualified contractor for both the Mass Save and GasNetworks programs. We can help explain how these programs work and walk you through the rebate application process.

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Gas Networks Rebates

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The GasNetworks program was designed to help Massachusetts and New Hampshire homeowners save money on energy-saving, environmentally-friendly home upgrades. As a proud partner of GasNetworks, the team at Kearney HVAC can help you save up to $1,600 on qualified heating equipment upgrades, including energy efficient gas furnaces and boilers.

Mass Save Rebates Program

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Mass Save rebate was created to help make energy-saving home improvements affordable to Massachusetts homeowners. Kearney HVAC, a team dedicated to improving the energy efficiency of our customers' homes, is a qualified contractor for Mass Save. We'll help you take advantage of the program's fantastic rebates for installing new heating and cooling equipment.

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