Now is the perfect time to invest in a high efficiency heating or air conditioning system. The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2015 (H.R. 2029), extends the §25C tax credits for highly efficient HVAC equipment which ended in 2014. With this extension, homeowners are able to receive up to $500 in tax credits for qualified hvac equipment installed before December 31, 2016.

The good news is you don’t have to purchase the top of the line equipment to be eligible. The tax credit sets the minimum requirement just above the legal minimum efficiency standard. If you would like to take part in these extra savings, mention this tax credit and we’ll prepare a system replacement option that best fits your needs. The available tax credits are listed below, with a maximum of a $500 credit.

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Utility Incentives Always Help

Along with the government tax credit, many local Utilities offer efficiency incentives to promote energy savings. Depending on where you live, and which utility company you have, there are rebates from hundreds, up to thousands of dollars. To find out what rebates you qualify for, go to http://www.dsireusa.org and enter your zip code. Once you enter your zip code, you can narrow down the results to just include rebate programs.

As an example we’ve shown the rebates offered by Johnson County REMC. Many other utilities offer similar rebates, which can usually be used along with the federal tax credit.

With these credits and incentives, there’s no better time to invest in new hvac equipment. Call us today to get a free system replacement estimate, within the surrounding Indianapolis area.