Mass Save Great Appliance Exchange Starting Soon!

Beginning April 22, 2010 at 10:00 am in Massachusetts, you can purchase a new energy-efficient appliance from a participating retailer and receive up to $675 total in rebates. Now would be a perfect time to ditch that old energy hog appliance and upgrade to a new energy-efficient one – saving YOU money and also helping to conserve energy and the environment.

Go to Mass Save’s Great Appliance Exchange web page to get more details. Don’t delay!

You may have also noticed this is the first video I’ve ever posted. I know I’m an amateur – so please let me know how I can do better! I look forward to your feedback, and thanks for reading (and now watching)!

Until next time, Peace!

-TMC

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by debbie on April 18, 2010 at 6:18 PM

    hey good job…tho no mention on gas stoves?..not that I have $ right now anyway!

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  2. Thanks, Debbie! Unfortunately there are no stove rebates as they are not really considered an appliance that can be made “energy efficient.” They either burn gas or they don’t. That’s about all they do and the physics of heat and temperature can’t be changed. 🙂

    But if you really want to go green with your stove, the best bet would be to switch to an induction stove!! Never heard of it? Check it out here – http://theinductionsite.com/how-induction-works.shtml.

    Tim

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