Tax credits that’ll keep you comfortable.
From time to time the IRS offers incentives in the form of tax deductions and programs to promoted consumer and business use of more efficient indoor comfort products. Currently, most of the programs have expired, but as the new presidential administration gets settled in, we hope to see new incentives and programs take effect.
If you’re considering buying a new HVAC system or upgrading your current system, let the experts here at Roscoe Brown can show you all the special credits and incentives that’ll save you some cold cash whether you’re in McMinnville, Murfreesboro, Tullahoma, Nashville, or anywhere in Middle Tennessee.
From time to time, municipal and state governments and utility companies offer special credits, rebates, and incentives to homeowners who choose energy-efficient appliances and HVAC units. In addition, you’ll discover Federal tax credits, too, which tend to give you even larger savings. Here are a few examples:
- Energy Star Rebates offered by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency.
- The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act, which provides IRS credits of up to 30 percent for homeowners who install geothermal heat pump systems.
- The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which increases IRS credits for the installation of qualifying systems to 30 percent until 2016.
- Energy property rules and how a geothermal heat pump may provide commercial customers with further tax savings.