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Heating Equipment

Heating Equipment

High-efficiency home heating equipment for all budgets

heating equipment

Save up to 40% on your annual energy bills with new, high-efficiency home heating equipment from Black Bear.

Today’s high-efficiency heating systems are wonders of engineering — and a great way to keep your monthly heating bills manageable.

Black Bear features a full range of high-efficiency heating equipment for all budgets — including multipurpose high-tech models. In addition to boilers and furnaces from top manufacturers, we install:

  • Water heaters
  • Mini-split heat pump systems that not only keep you cool but provide supplemental heat
  • Oil burners; our technicians are well trained and certified to install high-efficiency burners from Beckett, Carlin and Riello

Our technicians are qualified to install water-well pumps too. You can also call on us to have a whole-house propane generator connected to your propane tank.

If your heating system is more than 10 years old, you’re probably losing money each time it turns on, because of poor efficiency. Just ask and our friendly staff will find the perfect match for your home and budget.

Contact us today for a free estimate and find out how affordable a new, high-efficiency heating system from Black Bear can be! To protect your investment, we offer service agreements.

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HVOEC Upgrade & Save

The UPGRADE & SAVE – Hudson Valley Energy Efficiency and Safety Rebate offers Hudson Valley homeowners up to $750* when you install new, higher-efficiency oil-fired furnaces or boilers and/or a new aboveground oil storage tank.

AVAILABLE OFFERS**

  • $500 for replacement/upgrade of an existing oil-fired furnace or boiler to a higher-efficiency model
  • $250 for installation of a new aboveground oil storage tank to replace an aboveground or underground tank

Contact Black Bear and ask about the Upgrade & Save Hudson Valley Rebate Program.

* Limit of 2 Rebates Per Household
** While available funds remain