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Natural Gas for Builders

Natural Gas for Builders

Why Build With Natural Gas?

When your construction project is in the design and planning stages, think natural gas! It may be in your area.

Did you know that…?

In addition to rebates, you could also qualify for construction credits for service line, meter and main extension.

Our Builder Program also provides promotional, financial and other types of incentives that can aid in the sales process, including:

  • Point-of-sale materials
  • Sales staff training
  • Marketing presentations/support
  • Professional consultation

Contact FPU to receive a free builder’s kit!

Natural Gas Upgrades & Incentives

Heat up demand for your next development with natural gas multi-family incentives.

Natural Gas Multi-Family Incentives

Plus, earn up to the following rebate amounts when you help homeowners include natural gas appliances.



With Gas Appliances

Tank Water Heater $350
Tank Water Heater1
Tankless Water Heater $550
Furnace $500
Range $150
Clothes Dryer $100

Rebates are subject to program terms and conditions. 1 A water heater must have an Energy Factor (EF) of .63 or greater to qualify for a high-efficiency rebate. 2

You can also help your homes stand out with a large variety of natural gas outdoor/luxury upgrades!

  • Outdoor Kitchens
  • Fireplaces & Chimineas
  • Generators
  • Pool/Spa Heaters
  • Outdoor Lighting
  • And more!

Entice homebuyers with the long-term value and immediate appeal of natural gas appliances. Click on the categories below for individual appliance advantages.

Major Natural Gas Appliances 

Luxury/Outdoor Natural Gas Appliances

A Builder/Developer Agreement between a builder or developer and Florida Public Utilities Company helps defray the costs associated with bringing Natural Gas service to a new construction subdivision or neighborhood. In most cases, energy conservation incentives for new residential construction are paid to the builder or developer for the piping of qualifying appliances.

Homeowners are excluded from receiving additional new construction allowances for installed appliances, or future appliances where the piping has already been installed. If building a custom home, residential customers may elect to receive rebate incentives or have the rebate made payable to an FPU approved Energy Partner for a discount off their service contract.