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Rebate applications

Now that the busy heating season is cooling down, it’s the perfect time to submit rebate applications for qualifying 2015 natural gas equipment installations. You’ll have the admiration of your satisfied customers when you submit rebate applications early. The sooner you submit the applications, the sooner your customers will get their rebates.

Even superheroes deserve rewards -- earn cash incentives for each rebate processed listing your company as the trade ally.

Residential
Download heating system rebate form

Commercial
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 Spring Rebate Incentives
Natural Gas Water Heaters

When you install a high-efficiency natural gas water heater, customers will enjoy greater comfort, energy savings and reduce their impact on the environment.


A high-efficiency natural gas tank water heater provides a safe and reliable source of hot water for your customers. Or help them further maximize energy savings with a tankless water heater, the most efficient choice for their home’s hot water needs.


Boost sales and enjoy greater customer satisfaction when you install a natural gas water heater.

 

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 New Construction Services
New Construction Services

Let CenterPoint Energy help you get ready for the construction season. Take advantage of the many services available and avoid unnecessary delays and unexpected costs.


Contact us at 866-895-6846 or GO-OKServiceRequest@CenterPointEnergy.com

 Water Heater Maintenance

Natural gas water heaters are so safe and reliable that most people never think about their water heater, even though they use hot water several times a day. Encourage your customers to extend the life of their water heater with regular maintenance.


Plus, replacing with a high-efficiency natural gas water heater can give you rebates of up to $900!


Tip: turn the water temperature down to 120 F to save energy and avoid scalding.


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