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Receive a $750 New Home Construction rebate
$750 New Home Construction Rebate

CenterPoint Energy’s New Construction Program in Mississippi offers a $750 rebate to builders who construct new homes efficient natural gas appliances. In order to qualify for the rebate, builders must equip their new homes with the following:

  • A primary natural gas heating source rated at 90 percent or greater AFUE
  • A primary natural gas water heating source
  • At least one other natural gas appliance

Not only can Mississippi builders take advantage of the $750 program rebate, they could also be eligible for a water heater rebate up to $250.

Learn more about the Mississippi New Home Construction program.

 

 Building with Natural Gas
Build with natural gas

Build your bottom line by building with natural gas

 

If you build what home buyers want at a market price, you will sell a lot of homes. And what home buyers want is a home with natural gas.

  • More than 70 percent of prospective homebuyers prefer natural gas
  • Builders report that the average price for a new home with natural gas is six percent higher than for an electric home

Rebates


CenterPoint Energy offers rebates to builder and developers for new home construction, heating systems and water heaters.

 

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 Carbon Monoxide Safety

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that is colorless, odorless and tasteless. CO can be produced by any fuel-burning appliance in your home, so it’s important to have your appliances checked annually by a qualified technician, especially before the start of the heating season. To learn more about the dangers of CO, symptoms of CO poisoning and ways to prevent CO buildup in your home, click here.

 Call before you dig

Call before you dig

 

Whether you’re working on a large excavation or simply planting a tree in your yard, natural gas and utility line safety should always be job one—and that starts with calling 8-1-1 to have your utility lines marked. By doing so, you can be certain where your electric, gas, water and other important lines are located as well as avoid causing serious injuries, service interruptions or possibly costly fines for damaged infrastructure. Make the call. It’s easy, and free. Click here for more information.