Novato homeowners shouldn’t have to think twice about making energy-efficient upgrades in their homes. There are up to $27,000 in cash rebates and $8,000 in tax incentives available per household through various rebate programs and agencies in 2023. John Owens Services, Inc. is a participating contractor for all major California rebate programs.
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The Inflation Reduction Act passed in 2022, and goes into effect in 2023. With this government funded energy upgrade rebate program, there will be more available home energy upgrade rebates than ever before. As a Novato homeowner, you will be able to qualify for both rebates and tax credits on the following services:
BayREN offers a variety of tax incentives and rebates to homeowners in Novato for upgrading to energy-efficient or electric homes. With rebates available for replacing natural gas appliances, you can receive rebates on heat pumps for space heating and cooling, heat pump water heaters, thermostats, insulation, ducting and more! BayREN also offers additional rebates for combining different electrification and home energy upgrades.
These incentive programs offer several benefits for households:
For homeowners with budget concerns, BayREN has additional financing available, so you can pay off the cost of your Novato home improvement project over time. If you would like to explore other payment plan options, John Owens Services, Inc. also partners with GreenSky and CaliforniaFirst. See all our financing options here!
Join us in helping beautiful Novato in Marin County build a clean energy future! We have partnered with Electrify Marin and Marin Clean Energy in their mission to change the ways we source energy in our home. Replacing natural gas appliances with electric models will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve indoor air quality and make your home a safer environment. No more dangerous refrigeration lines running through your home!
Additional rebates are available in cases where installing a new electric appliance would require replacing the main electric service panel. Depending on household income, you may be eligible to receive additional rebates.
This program is available in all areas of Marin County and can be combined with BayREN and other energy upgrade rebates.
Learn more about all the rebate benefits in Marin County
TECH Clean California is a statewide initiative to accelerate the adoption of clean space and water heating technology across California homes, in order to meet its goal of being carbon-neutral by 2045. Tech Clean California provides market incentives for low-emissions heat pump heating and air conditioning and hot water heater technology for residential replacement projects. It was designed to support existing energy rebate programs through matched incentive funding, and to extend incentives not just in Novato, but statewide with an emphasis on access for low-income and disadvantaged communities.
This program is for individuals looking to include their entire home in their electrification project. In 2023, California Energy-Smart Homes will provide incentives to Novato households that are going fully electric.
As stated on their website:
“California Energy-Smart Homes Program is a residential new construction and alterations program that provides incentives to adopt advanced energy measures and transition to all-electric construction. The program is an all-in-one solution that offers incentives for single family, duplex, townhome, multifamily low-rise, additions, alterations, and accessory dwelling units.”
The Energy-Smart Homes Program is available to utility customers in the SoCalGas®, San Diego Gas & Electric Company (SDG&E®), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E®), and Southern California Edison Company (SCE®) territories.
The program supports California’s focus on building electrification to meet its climate objectives.”
Our philosophy is simple, we always want to maintain equipment to give it the longest life possible. Next, we want to focus on repairing when something goes wrong. Then only as the last choice, we replace equipment when needed. That’s the John Owens Way.