North Shore Gas Rebates

For assistance on your eligibility for these rebates, please contact us.

North Shore natural gas saving program

North Shore Gas offers the following rebates for owners of single-family homes and smaller multi-family buildings when they install certain types of high-efficiency furnaces, boilers, boiler reset controls, hot water heaters, and pipe insulation.

North Shore Gas customers who participate first in the Home Energy Jumpstart Program are eligible for a $150 bonus rebate on qualifying furnaces, boilers or water heaters.  Home Energy Jumpstart Program information is located below.

New equipment must be installed and old equipment removed. Only new products that meet the energy-efficiency specifications listed on the residential application form qualify. Complete terms and conditions can be found on the applications.  For Residential Rebate Program FAQs.  If you have further questions, call North Shore Gas at 855-849-8928 or contact Unique.

Available 2017 North Shore Gas Rebates

Natural Gas Furnace

  • 95% AFUE or greater – $200

Natural Gas Boiler

Boiler + Integrated Domestic Hot Water Two-in-One Unit

  • Standard Rebate – $600

Hot Water Boiler 88% AFUE or greater

  • Standard Rebate – $450

Steam Boiler 82.5% AFUE or greater

  • Standard Rebate – $150
  • Jump Start Rebate – $300

Natural Gas Water Heater

Tankless Water Heater EF 0.80 or greater

  • Standard Rebate – $150

Indirect Water Heater 88% AFUE or greater

  • Standard Rebate – $150

Smart Thermostat

  • Standard Rebate – $50

Programmable Thermostat

  • Standard Rebate – $20  (Programmable thermostats installed at the time of a new furnace installation do not qualify.)

Programmable Thermostats

  • Programmable thermostats raise and lower the temperature automatically, so you limit the amount of energy used when you aren’t home or are asleep.

Pipe Insulation

  • Insulating your hot water pipe keeps water warm longer, which helps reduce the amount of water used and the amount of energy used by your hot water heater.
  • Insulating your heating pipes for hot water boiler systems keep the water warm longer, reducing and the amount of energy used and lost.

Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs (CFLs)

  • CFLs use about 75 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs and last about 10 times as long.


  • Energy-efficiency 1.5 gpm showerheads use less water than traditional showerheads, which means less energy is used heating water for showers.

Faucet Aerators

  • Kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators that can be installed using up to 30 percent less water than standard faucet aerators.

Information provided here is from the North Shore Gas Rebate website and is subject to change.