May 28th, 2013
Some heating and cooling incentives in New Jersey will come to an end June 30th. Hurricane Sandy victims were offered special incentives to purchase efficient heating and cooling units. Those incentives will be phased out at the end of this month.
Residents with a home that is located in a zip code designated as a “major” or “minor” damaged area impacted by Hurricane Sandy were offered enhanced incentives on high efficiency equipment/appliances. Hurricane Sandy relief incentives are for qualifying equipment purchased on or after October 29, 2012 through June 30, 2013.
Rebates of up to $500 are available for New Jersey residents that purchase qualifying, efficient units. For complete information, visit http://www.njcleanenergy.com/SANDY
Those ready to make the switch to energy efficient, natural gas heating can turn to the Entech Group Inc., in New Jersey. The company provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks as well as installation of natural gas heating systems. In areas where natural gas is not available, The Entech Group Inc can replace out of date oil heating equipment with newer, more efficient units. For information on their heating and cooling services in New Jersey, please visit them online.
May 28th, 2013
Funding for oil, propane and municipal electric customers who wish to participate in the WARMAdvantage and COOLAdvantage Programs in NJ is available through the end of June 2013. The Entech Group Inc can help residents interested in taking advantage of these special heating and cooling incentives.
Additional heating and cooling incentives were announced last year by New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program in an effort to assist Hurricane Sandy victims. The funds have been extended and NJ residents have just a few more weeks to participate in the programs.
The COOLAdvantage Program provides rebates for energy efficient central air conditioners or heat pumps as well as “best practices” on proper sizing and installation that affect operating efficiency. The WARMAdvantage Program provides rebates for high efficiency home heating systems and/or water heaters. To be eligible, consumers must purchase, install and operate a heating system and/or water heater that meets all applicable efficiency requirements.
The Entech Group Inc in NJ says that homeowners spend an average of 44% of their utility bills on heating and cooling costs. Therefore, homeowners that switch to energy efficient technologies can see dramatic savings on their bill.
Visit us online to learn more about these NJ heating and cooling incentives.
The Entech Group Inc has helped many NJ homeowners heat their homes more efficiently. The company provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks as well as installation of natural gas heating systems. In areas where natural gas is not available, The Entech Group Inc can replace out of date oil heating equipment with newer, more efficient units.
For efficient heating and cooling in NJ, The Entech Group Inc provides complete HVAC services for residential and commercial customers.
For more information on Entech’s NJ heating & cooling services, visit them online.
May 16th, 2013
The Entech Group Inc., a leading energy, engineering and environmental services company in NJ, advocates for the conversion of oil to natural gas. The environmental services company says now that winter is over, it’s the last thought on people’s minds. But according to Entech representatives, a break in the cold weather is an ideal time to make the switch.
Statewide incentives are still available for residents who switch to natural gas and some incentives are as much as $500. And, according to The Entech Group, natural gas is a safer, more affordable solution for heating NJ homes. It is an environmentally friendly solution for home heating that eliminates the environmental risks of a leaking oil tank. A leaking tank can be a source of soil and ground water contamination to neighboring homes and businesses, not just the home where the tank resides.
According to representatives from Entech, many people choose to wait for spring and summer to switch to natural gas, to avoid an interruption in heating service. Now that warmer weather is here, the environmental services company in NJ encourages residents to make the switch.
Homes with an existing underground oil tank can ask The Entech Group about their oil tank removal services. From beginning to end, the environmental services company in NJ will handle the entire process of oil tank removal and remediation, both underground and above ground, in a timely and cost effective manner while staying in accordance with environmental regulations.
Those who make the switch find that natural gas is a safer, more affordable solution for heating NJ homes. Over the past 10 years, natural gas prices have dropped to record lows, but heating oil prices have been steadily rising. To learn more about converting to natural gas, please visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com .