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

Receive a $750 New Home Construction rebate

CenterPoint Energy’s New Construction Program in Oklahoma 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 Oklahoma builders take advantage of the $750 program rebate, they are also eligible for rebates on the individual natural gas appliances that are installed in their new homes:

  • Water heating rebate up to $250
  • Clothes dryer rebate of $450
  • Electronic ignition hearth rebate of $75

Learn more about the Oklahoma New Home Construction program.

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Dealer Circle


Get in the circle and increase your sales leads

The Dealer Circle is a new referral program that helps connect participating dealers with CenterPoint Energy residential customers who are looking for natural gas HVAC and plumbing dealers and repairmen in their area. This program directs customers to qualified businesses like yours, helping them save time, money and receive access to the expert advice they need.

Register your business with the Dealer Circle and start enjoying the many benefits, including:

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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.

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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.