Residential Furnace Tune-Up Rebate
Submit Online Rebate
When you perform a tune-up that includes the seven required maintenance items shown below, CenterPoint Energy natural gas customers can receive a
$25 rebate. Please note: customers are eligible for tune-up rebates
every other year.
How the program works
- Schedule a heating system tune-up with a CenterPoint Energy residential gas customer between Jan. 1 – Dec. 31.
Terms & Conditions and “Required Service Items”.
- Perform a tune-up with the seven required service items.
- Complete an online rebate application by Dec. 31.
Submit Online Rebate
Note: You’ll need to attach your company tune-up checklist and customer tune-up invoice to the your online application.
- We'll mail a rebate check to your customer within eight weeks of receiving the completed rebate application.
Required Service Items
- Perform carbon monoxide test and adjust gas and/or air if CO is too high.
- Check flame characteristics, and adjust gas and/or air, if needed.
- Check flue gas path from burner to vent for cleanliness and cracks. Clean and report as necessary.
- Check the pilot/igniter for proper operation. Also check the flame sensor/pilot light shut down controls for proper operation.
- Check the condition of the furnace air filter. Recommend the correct replacement part, if necessary.
- Check condition of fan motor(s). Lubricate bearings as needed.
- Check the operational controls and adjust, if necessary.
This rebate offer is only available for Mississippi residential heating customers who receive natural gas service from CenterPoint Energy. Rebate is limited to one per natural gas furnace with a qualifying tune-up. The heating system needs to be used as a primary heating source. Each natural gas heating system is eligible to receive a tune-up rebate every other year. New construction homes are not eligible for this rebate offer.
Customers will receive a check, not a check a utility bill credit. Customers will receive a check within eight weeks from the time that we receive the completed paperwork.
Rebates are paid on a first-come, first-served basis.