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An aging gas furnace or boiler along with high-energy bills should not be on your mind during the cooler months. Reduce your stress and energy bills and start saving with rebates from Washington Gas and our manufacturer partners on qualifying home heating equipment and maintenance. Washington Gas rebates can also be combined with manufacturer rebates.

Maryland Washington Gas customers must work with pre-approved contractors in the EmPOWER Contractor Network to qualify for this rebate.

Home Heating Rebates

 Furnace Tier 1 ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 92% AFUE $300
 Furnace Tier 2  ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 95.1% AFUE $400
 Boiler Tier 1  ENERGY STAR certified $400
 Boiler Tier 2 ENERGY STAR certified and minimum 95% AFUE  $700
 Combination Home and Water Heating Units Minimum 90% AFUE and/or Minimum 0.87 UEF $700
 Furnace Tune Up* Service provided by EmPOWER Contractor $85
Washington Gas offers Maryland customers a furnace tune-up service rebate to help your heating system run more efficiently and last longer. Please note rebates can be provided for the same piece of equipment once every three years. Click here to view what is included in a furnace tune up service.

Participation is easy! To qualify for a rebate: 

1. Find a participating contractor in our EmPOWER Contractor Network.

Find A Contractor

Already have a contractor? Encourage them to join our network in order for your new equipment to qualify for our high-efficiency rebates.

2. Have your participating contractor install qualifying high-efficiency equipment. 

3. Your participating contractor will submit a rebate application on your behalf.

4. Receive rebate on contractor invoice or via check in the mail within 6-8 weeks of completed application.


Paper applications can be accepted for rebates as well. For an Existing Home Program application, download here. 

Have questions? Please call our application Processing Center at 1-833-286-0860. Our call center hours are from 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. 

Contractors: Interested in becoming a participating contractor? For more information on how to qualify and to apply, visit the Contractor Application Portal.  

Learn more about Energy Efficiency with our Efficiency Terms and Definitions.

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