Woodstove

WoodStove Changeout

HPBA in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), local governments and industry partners -- supports the development and implementation of woodstove changeout programs.

    Capitol Hill
    Policymaker

    Policymaker

    Are your constituents impeding efforts to preserve outdoor air quality? They could be, without even knowing it! Keep the community you serve ahead of the curve by creating an incentive program for homeowners to switch to an EPA-certified woodburning fireplace, stove, or other appliance.

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    Barbecue Outdoor Living
    Policymaker

    Homeowner

    Older woodstoves and wood heaters can impact the quality of the air both outdoors and even inside your home. If there is a woodstove changeout program in your community, you should invest now in updating your old stove to start saving money, conserving energy and improving air quality.

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    What is a woodstove changeout program?

    A woodstove changeout program is a voluntary program initiated at the local, state, or regional level that provides eligible communities incentives to positively impact air quality. Residents of participating communities often receive rebates, low/no interest loans and/or discounts to replace their old appliances, especially conventional woodstoves, with cleaner-burning, more efficient EPA-certified wood or pellet stoves and/or gas and electric heating stoves and fireplaces. Today, homeowners enjoy a variety of options for replacing their old stoves, including EPA-certified woodstoves, fireplace inserts, and masonry heaters that are fueled by gas, pellets, corn, and electricity. 

    Find out if there is a changeout program near you.

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