ALA Woodstove Changeout Program

lampmfg Posted By lampmfg, Apr 12, 2018 at 4:29 PM

  1. lampmfg

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  2. Highbeam

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    Holy smokes! Great deal and great for your company.
     
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  3. woodey

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    Great opportunity to purchase the best indoor forced air wood furnace on the market!!==c
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  4. JRHAWK9

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    wow, that's quite an incentive program!! :eek:
     
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  5. brenndatomu

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    Wonder if Ohio is in line for that program? We need clean air too! (and new Kuumas) ;lol
     
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  6. KC Matt

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    If that came to my state I'd have a new Kuuma on order.
     
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  7. laynes69

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    From how it reads....it's income based. That's about all I can say about it. Just about everyone I know would never be eligible even if they had a pre EPA furnace. It is what it is I guess. Good for those who can receive such vouchers.
     
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  8. brenndatomu

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    Didn't read into it far enough to find out for sure, but I kinda figured it was gonna be something like that. Wasn't counting chickens just yet... ;) ;lol
     
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  9. STIHLY DAN

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    Well, good thing I am poor then.
     
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  10. lampmfg

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    I don't think you are correct. However, I think you get an extra incentive if you fall below the income guidelines ($5,000 instead of $4,000). The voucher process was pretty easy for the people we have dealt with so far. People have received the $4k hydronic heater one with our furnace.

    Approximately $1,000,000 will be available in vouchers to help with the purchase of a new EPA certified woodstove, EPA certified pellet stove or gas stove to replace their non-EPA certified woodstove or hydronic heater. Vouchers are for $1000 toward a new EPA certified woodstove; $1500 if changing from a hydronic heater to an EPA certified woodstove; There is an additional $500 incentive for those who choose a replacement unit with 70% or greater efficiency and/or 2.5 grams per hour or less of emissions; $2000 for an EPA certified pellet or gas stove if changing from woodstove or hydronic heater and $3000 for income qualified participants (income qualified vouchers may use the voucher for EPA certified wood, pellet or gas stoves); $4000 for replacement of an old hydronic heater with a new EPA Phase II (EPA qualified) hydronic heater or ENERGY STAR gas furnace or $5000 for hydronic heater replacement if income qualified; $300 for the retrofit of an existing woodstove with a new catalyst.
     
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  11. JRHAWK9

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    You (and I) are in the wrong state to be poor in though! ;lol :p
     

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