Great company to work with, they came right out and gave me a great price for the work needed. Service was provided on date and time expected, the service techs were great and went out of their way to make sure the job was done correctly.
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.
Mass Save: Rebates for Your Energy Efficient Massachusetts Home
With a variety of rebates available for new heating and cooling systems, Kearney HVAC customers have many options to save on heating and air conditioning improvements.
- Wireless or Programmable Thermostats - Up to $125 rebate or price discount
- Mini-Split Heat Pumps (electric) - Up to $1600 rebate
- Propane Heating Equipment - Up to $2,300 rebate
- Gas Heating Equipment - Up to $2,750 rebate
0% Loans on Energy Efficient Upgrades for Your MA Home
Mass Save offers loans with terms up to 7 years and interest rates of 0% for qualified energy saving home improvements. In many cases, Kearney HVAC customers save money immediately when replacing inefficient heating and cooling equipment because the energy savings can exceed the loan payment amount.
Kearney HVAC Makes It Easy to Qualify for Mass Save!
We have extensive experience working with Mass Save and will help you take advantage of these money-saving opportunities. Our expertly trained team of heating and cooling experts approaches each job with precision, accuracy, and attention to detail. You'll end up with a system that saves you money as well as great rebates on your upgrade!
Want to save money on a new HVAC system? Kearney can help you qualify for Mass Save rebates and 0% interest financing!
Is your air conditioner having trouble maintaining ideal humidity levels in your home? Does it struggle to keep up during North Shore, Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire heat waves? If so, your AC unit may not be properly sized. Unfortunately, this is a common issue that we see here in New England.