Heat your house for $1.99 a gallon or less!
Global energy demand, instability in the Middle East and concerns over the strength of the U.S. dollar are combining to send oil prices in one direction: up. Some oil analysts believe home heating oil prices could reach $4.00 or more per gallon in the near future.
Fortunately, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont residents and business owners within a 150 road miles of Bethel, in Maine’s Western Mountains, or within 60 road miles of Ashland, Maine, have an alternative: wood pellet fuel, providing heat at a price that’s equivalent to $1.99 per gallon of fuel oil, guaranteed for three years.
Maine Energy Systems(MESys), is now offering the Northeast Affordable Heat program. With the Northeast Affordable Heat program, a pellet price guarantee is available to the first 1000 customers who install MESys boilers in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont. The offer, made using pellets from four Maine manufacturers (Corinth Wood Pellets, Geneva Wood Fuels, Maine Woods Pellets, and Northeast Pellets), guarantees that customers will pay no more than $239 per ton for bulk-delivered pellets through June 30, 2014. There are minimum bulk delivery quantity requirements, and the Northeast Affordable Heat program is offered only for use in new installations of MESys equipment. Please click here for full list of restrictions and coverage area. New Hampshire Residents: The MESys boiler qualifies for the NH Public Utilities Commision Rebate Program, which could provide up to $6000 off of the cost of a new boiler Installation.
Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont are facing a financial crisis as heating oil prices approach $4.00 a gallon. The benefits of converting homes and businesses to a regionally produced energy source is of vital importance to the economic future of both states. In addition to reduced fuel costs, the engineering, fuel production and distribution networks – and the jobs they create – are all located in Maine. Start saving now, with the Northeast Affordable heat program!