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Year-end rebate reminders
Get rebates in before the New Year begins

The countdown to 2015 has begun and now is the time to submit rebate applications for all qualifying equipment installations on CenterPoint Energy service lines in 2014. Rebates must be post-marked by Dec. 31 to be considered, so don’t delay!

Download our fill and print rebate forms and mail the completed application(s) with the dated sales invoice and required signatures.

Heating system rebate form

Furnace tune-up rebate form

Water heater rebate form


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New Home Construction 

 Gas is better

Your choice for greater comfort and savings

Help customers gain greater cost and energy savings by giving them the facts about natural gas heating systems for their home or business.

  • More affordable - Natural gas costs less to use than any other energy source including electricity.
  • Greater comfort - Natural gas furnaces deliver air at a comfortable 120 - 125 degrees, versus electric air-source heat pumps, which deliver air at lower than body temperature at a cool 90 - 100 degrees.  
  • Better for the environment - High-efficiency natural gas furnaces are more environmentally friendly than even geothermal heat pumps which require electricity to operate. 

Learn more.

 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.