Regular Furnace Maintenance Can Save You Hundreds. Save Even More with A Furnace Tune-Up Rebate

February 28, 2021
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Just like your car needs regular maintenance, so does your heating and air conditioning system. Washington Gas now offers Maryland customers an $85 furnace tune-up service rebate to help your heating system run more efficiently and last longer. There are many reasons why scheduling regular maintenance on your heating system is beneficial:

  • It benefits your entire HVAC system.
  • It extends the life of your equipment.
  • It reduces the risk of expensive repairs.
  • It protects your health with better indoor air quality.

Consider checking the health of your furnace this spring to ensure you are ahead of any necessary fixes or upgrades by the fall. Ask your contractor if you can combine this offer with your regular spring air conditioning service to save time and money.

To get started on your path to energy savings, find a participating EmPOWER contractor through our find a contractor tool.

Learn more about how you can save even more money with our other ENERGY STAR certified water heating, home heating and gas dryer rebates available to Maryland Washington Gas residential customers.

Written by Fiona Ryan, Energy Efficiency Marketing Specialist at Washington Gas



2 comments on "Regular Furnace Maintenance Can Save You Hundreds. Save Even More with A Furnace Tune-Up Rebate"

  1. The segment of your article that talked about extending the lifespan of your equipment really caught my attention. The furnace we have here is extremely convenient because of all the temperature control features it has. I’d love to continue using it for as long as possible, so I’ll go and look for an HVAC expert that can assist me with this right away.

    1. Larissa Johnson says:

      Afton,

      We are so glad that you found this helpful and don’t forget to reach out to your utility supplier to find an expert in your area. Best of luck with your furnace!

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