Current 2022 Wood Stove Exchange Rebate Values
The value of rebates vary across the Bulkley Valley Lakes District Airshed.
If you are remote and really could benefit from the program – call us anyway!
This is a recycling program, old appliances must be decommissioned and/or recycled – EXCEPT in the case of heat pumps! You can keep your wood stove and still get a rebate for a heat pump installation. See conditions near the bottom, below.
the rebate values of new appliances installed…
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The replacement of these appliances do qualify for a rebate:
|solid fuel (pellet) boiler|
|solid fuel (wood) boiler|
|solid fuel (pellet) stove|
|solid fuel (wood) stove|
|solid fuel fireplace insert|
|solid fuel wood or pellet furnace|
|free-standing “stove”, “homemade” or ‘barrel’|
|open masonry fireplace|
|piped-propane furnace, stove|
|tube type heat exchanger with a face plate and door (usually installed in an open fireplace)|
The replacement of these appliances do not qualify for a rebate:
|natural gas furnace, boiler|
|vented gas fireplace heaters|
Some Conditions apply:
- Old appliances must be non current EPA certified.
- Old units must be recycled and/or decommissioned.
- Standards vary but new units must be certified EPA 2021, ask for details.
- Rebate values depend on appliance types and residential location.
- Refund program lasts while funding permits.
- Installations must use WETT principles and follow Provincial or municipal regulations.
- The Wood Stove Exchange Rebate Form is completed, returned and pics are provided.
- Only 1 rebate per household.
- Residence must be within the Bulkley Valley Lakes District Airshed.
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Download the voucher to get your rebate!