The Entech Group Inc, a leading oil tank removal company in NJ, offers helpful hints to NJ homeowners thinking about making the switch from oil heating to natural gas. Let The Entech Group Inc help you to decide the most efficient way to heat your home.
Oil prices are on the rise and as a result, many NJ homeowners are choosing to heat their homes with natural gas. However, an oil tank on the property may delay the switch to natural gas for some NJ residents. The Entech Group Inc provides oil tank removal services in NJ. To provide some help for those thinking of switching from oil to natural gas, The Entech Group Inc has compiled a list of commonly asked questions regarding oil tank removal.
On their website, The Entech Group Inc provided answers to many common oil tank removal questions including, “Is it better to remove an underground tank or abandon it in place?” and “How much will it cost to remove my oil tank?” For the full list of questions and answers from The Entech Group Inc, a top company offering oil tank removal services in NJ, visit their website.
Oil Tank Removal Services In New Jersey
The Entech Group Inc is a leader in providing energy, engineering, and environmental services throughout New Jersey for the past 20 years. The Entech Group Inc provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks. The Entech Group Inc also offers installation of natural gas heating systems and in area where natural gas is not available, The Entech Group Inc can replace out-dated oil heating equipment with newer, more efficient units.
For more information about The Entech Group Inc and making the switch from oil to natural gas, visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com or call 800-571-8661.
New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program is offering heating and cooling incentives for New Jersey victims of Hurricane Sandy. These incentives will be offered through the end of June, and will help lower utility bills for homeowners.
The WARMAdvantage and COOLAdvantage Programs are available to NJ funding for oil, propane, and municipal electric customers through the end of June 2013. If you’re interested in taking advantage of these great NJ heating & cooling incentives, The Entech Group Inc can help!
New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program announced additional heating and cooling incentive last year in an effort to assist victims of Hurricane Sandy. As the funds have been extended, NJ residents have 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.
Advantage Of More Efficient Heating And Cooling For NJ Homeowners
Homeownders spend an average of 44% of their utility bills on heating and cooling, according to New Jersey’s The Entech Group Inc. As an added bonus, homeowners that switch to more energy efficient technologies will see dramatic savings on their utility bill.
The Entech Group Inc provides heating & cooling services for NJ homeowners. The Entech Group Inc provides complete removal of aboveground and underground storage tanks and also provides installation of natural gas heating systems. If natural gas is unavailable, The Entech Group Inc can replace out-of-date oil heating with more efficient heating units. For more efficient cooling, The Entech Group Inc provides complete HVAC services for residential and commercial customers in New Jersey.
For more information about The Entech Group Inc, visit http://www.entechgroupinc.com or call (866) 709-5332.
On June 30th, some heating and cooling incentives in New Jersey will be gone. Victims of Hurricane Sandy were offered these special incentives to purchase efficient heating and cooling units for their homes and these incentives will be phased out at the end of the month.
Those impacted by Hurricane Sandy that reside within a zip code designated as a “major” or “minor” damaged area were offered these incentives for high efficiency equipment and appliances. These incentives are available for purchases made on or after October 29, 2012 through June 30, 2013 on qualifying equipment.
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
NJ Residents Can Still Save With Heating and Cooling Incentives
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.
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