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How Much Can I Save On Energy-Efficient Heating And Air Conditioning Installations?

If you're considering an upgrade to an energy-saving heating or cooling system, you're probably looking forward to lower utility bills. The furnaces and air conditioners of today are amazingly efficient; they're designed to deliver maximum indoor comfort at the lowest possible price. But did you know that there are many other ways to save on a new heating or air conditioning installation? When you buy name-brand, high-efficiency products, you can qualify for everything from special dealer discounts to federal tax deductions

25C Federal Tax Credits

25C federal tax credits were created to encourage energy-efficient home improvements. These home improvements include the installation of new furnaces, boilers, air conditioners, heat pumps and hot water heaters. If you purchase a product with a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) that meets federal efficiency requirements, you can deduct up to $500 from your taxes. Although these tax credits had expired at the end of 2011, they have since been reinstated until the end of 2013.

Federal Rebates

Federal rebates for energy-efficient products differ from the 25C federal tax credits. Although these rebates are funded by the federal government, the programs are administered by individual states. Depending on your state, federal rebates can net you up to $200 and, after submitting a rebate request, you can receive a check within weeks. To learn more about federal rebate programs in Texas, visit the U.S. Department of Energy website.

Recycling Rebates

Certain federal rebates are available only if you trade in your old heating or cooling system. Other rebates can be earned when you recycle an old system. Be sure to check with your HVAC service provider to see if these rebates apply to your purchase.

Federal Tax Credit And Federal Rebate Documentation

To claim the 25C tax credits, the IRS requires both proof of purchase and documentation that the furnace, hot water heater, air conditioner or heat pump you purchased meets specified energy-efficient SEER, EER and AFUE ratings. You may also be required to prove that you traded in or recycled your old system to get a rebate, so be sure to keep all receipts and statements related to your purchase.

State, City And Power Company Rebates

States create and administer their own energy-saving rebate and incentive programs, and each state does it differently. There may also be energy rebate programs offered by your city. Other programs are available through power companies, so it pays to search out all the rebate and incentive programs you might qualify for. The best way to do this is to visit state government, city government and local power company websites. You can also check with your HVAC service provider to learn about any new programs or special-case rebates for which you can apply.

Bryant Rebates

Factory Authorized Bryant Dealers also offer substantial rebates and promotions that can reduce the cost of high-tech Bryant air conditioner, heat pump and furnace installations. Bryant has been a trusted HVAC product provider since the early 1900s, and their modern, super efficient heating and cooling products undergo rigorous testing to ensure that they exceed industry standards.

Select Bryant dealers in Texas are currently offering new, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems on which you can save up to $1,650 in factory rebates and federal tax credits. The newest Bryant furnaces come with AFUE ratings as high as 96 percent, while air conditioners, ductless systems and heat pumps feature SEER and EER ratings that meet 25C tax credit requirements. If you're considering an HVAC upgrade, be sure to maximize your savings by taking advantage of these incentives and promotions while they last

Whether you're considering a state-of-the-art heat pump, a high-efficiency ductless air conditioner, or an energy-saving furnace, there's never been a better time to upgrade than right now. Not only will you save money every month on heating and cooling costs while enjoying a greater degree of indoor comfort, you'll also reduce your purchase price considerably by taking advantage of all the different ways to save.