Payments With Synchrony

Through our partners at Synchrony, you can now finance your new HVAC system and pay it off in installments rather than paying for the whole system immediately. There are several payment plans you can choose from, including No Interest plans, Reduced APR/Fixed Payment, and Deferred Interest. By using their you can check to see what plan may be best for you.

Mass Save Heat Loan

The Mass Save Program has a variety of wonderful incentives and offers for homeowners who are looking to make improvements to their homes. One of these offerings is the 0% interest heat loan that you can use for your new HVAC system. Like all Mass Save offerings, there are several rules surrounding the heat loan, that must be followed in order to unlock up to $50,000:

  • What equipment/services are you seeking?
  • What is the age of your home?
  • What is the location of your property?
  • What is the best way to contact you?

For a full list of eligibility requirements and approved institutions, check out Mass Save’s Heat loan .



Efficiency Maine may not be the largest program or most well-known, but it does have sizable rebates available for homeowners looking to upgrade their heating and cooling equipment. As a registered vendor, we can offer rebates on some of the systems you will find on . Let us know what we can help you with, and we can work with you to get some money back on your new systems.


Massachusetts residents are very fortunate to have the added help of the Mass Save Program. With the Mass Save program, as long as your system meets the requirements for a rebate, you can get hundreds, if not thousands of dollars back on your new system. We are an approved Mass Save contractor and even have a former Mass Save employee who would be happy to answer your questions: just call our office and ask for Kyle. To start your rebate journey with Mass Save, visit . Make sure to get your home energy assessment done before removing your old system!

New Hampshire

New Hampshire may not have nearly as large a program as Mass Save does or even Efficiency Maine, but there are still state rebates available through NHSaves. Visit for more information.

Municipal Utilities

At least in Massachusetts, Mass Save will not provide rebates and assistance to residential homes that do not use Eversource or National Grid for either their primary heat fuel source or electricity. The most common example of a home that would not get a rebate from Mass Save would be one with propane or oil heat in a municipal electric town like Ipswich or Rowley. When this is the case, make sure to check your utility’s and/or your town’s website to see if there are rebates for certain systems.