NATURAL GAS FURNACE REBATES
REPLACE YOUR OLD NATURAL GAS FURNACE WITH AN ELIGIBLE ENERGY STAR® MODEL AND YOU COULD QUALIFY FOR UP TO A $1000 REBATE ON A FURNACE. PLUS, IF YOU INSTALL AN ELIGIBLE CONNECTED THERMOSTAT, YOU COULD QUALIFY FOR AN ADDITIONAL $150 REBATE.
How To Apply
- Purchase an eligible ENERGY STAR furnace and have it installed with a two-pipe direct vent system by a Technical Safety BC licensed gas contractor. You can find a contractor by searching our online directory.
- Complete the customer section of the rebate application in full and have your contractor complete their part, as well as the furnace commissioning sheet, if applicable.
You must include a photograph of the new two-pipe direct vent system (sample 1, sample 2) installed in your home and a copy of your paid invoice showing details of all work performed, purchase date, make and model number, the installation permit number and the gas contractor’s Technical Safety BC licence number. See the sample invoice for specific requirements.
- Email or mail your completed application and copies of supporting documents within 60 days of the installation date to:
Furnace and Boiler Replacement Program
PO Box 9090
Surrey, BC V3T 5W4
Note: if mailing, registered mail is recommended.
- Applications may take up to 90 days to process. A small percentage of applicants may be asked for permission to visit their home to verify the installation and operation of their new furnace. These site visits are carried out by a third-party contractor and help us improve our rebate programs.
95 to 96.9 percent AFUE $800 rebate
97 to 99 percent AFUE $1000 rebate
Connected Thermostat $150
Other Requirements For High-Efficiency Furnace Rebates
Your new heating system must have two-pipe direct venting. One pipe provides directly vented outside air to the sealed combustion chamber, while the second sealed pipe directs exhaust gases outside. This system improves the efficiency and lifespan of the equipment as well as the comfort of your home.
For more information, see our info sheet on what to look for in a high-efficiency furnace installation.