The WARMAdvantage Program provides rebates for qualifying high efficiency furnaces or boilers. To be eligible, you must purchase, install, and operate home heating systems that meet all program requirements.
NEW! For faster processing Apply Online and also learn about program changes which will go into effect January 1, 2017 on the apply online page.
Program changes went into effect August 1, 2016.
|Rebate for units purchased through June 30, 2017|
|Gas Furnace Tier 1
||AFUE* 95% or greater||$250|
|Gas Furnace Tier 2||AFUE 97% or greater||$500|
|Oil Furnace||AFUE 85% or greater||$250|
|*AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency)|
|Combination Furnace & Water Heater Rebate|
|Rebate for units purchased through
July 31, 2016
|Rebate for units purchased on or after Aug 1, 2016|
|Install a qualifying Gas Furnace noted above and either:|
w/ Tier 1
w/ Tier 1
|**Tier 2 qualifying gas furnaces as noted above and either attached to a qualifying standalone water heater OR an indirect-fired water heater are eligible for a $1,000 rebate.|
|Special Notice: For those affected by Hurricane Sandy, an additional $200 per unit may be added to the rebate levels shown for purchases made prior to July 31, 2016. This additional incentive will be processed as a separate rebate check from the above noted rebate check.|
Customers or contractors are encouraged to submit applications online for expedited processing. For those who prefer to submit paper applications, please see below:
- WARMAdvantage Application (effective August 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017)
- WARMAdvantage Application (effective through July 31, 2016)
Note: FY2017 SEP funding is currently available for oil, propane and municipal electric customers who wish to participate in the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR, WARMAdvantage and COOLAdvantage Programs.
Does your water heater look like this?
If so, it's a gas water heater and you should read the information below.
Number "1" is pointing to what you might call the chimney.
Number "2" is the gas pipe.
If you have a venting system that looks like this your water heater is an atmospherically vented gas burning appliance. These are very common, over 90% of the homes that make hot water with gas use this style.
Often these types of water heaters are vented in combination with another appliance, most commonly a furnace or boiler. Some homes have high efficiency furnaces or boilers vented separately from traditional water heaters.
This leaves what is referred to in the industry as an "orphaned water heater". Most orphaned water heaters send products of combustion (smoke) up the “chimney". For various reasons, some may vent products of combustion to the inside of the home instead of up the vent and outside.
Doing a visual inspection of the vent (metal chimney) and looking for rust is something you can do yourself. Rust is often a sign of drafting (venting) problems. But just because there are no visual signs does not guarantee your gas burning appliances are venting properly.
Have your heating professional check to be sure your water heater and any other atmospherically drafted appliances are venting properly, especially if your water heater has #1 and #2 as shown above.
When you are ready to replace this water heater, consider a power-vented water heater which will be eligible for a rebate.
If you have any questions or concerns please call us at 866-NJSMART.
Additional Opportunities to Save
If you qualify for the WARMAdvantage rebate, you may be eligible for an extra rebate from your gas company. Check their websites below for applications and information.
Also, consider getting a home energy assessment from Home Performance with ENERGY STAR to help you save even more and improve the comfort, safety and durability of your home.
Are you wondering what other rebates might be available? Visit our Rebates and Promotions page.
Contact us at 866-NJSMART or submit your question online.
Please allow up to 120 days from the date we receive all required information to process your rebate. To expedite the processing of your application, please be sure to review the instructions carefully and provide all required information and materials.