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Carrier Rebates

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.

Carrier Rebates

When you purchase an energy-efficient Carrier air conditioner, heat pump or furnace from a Factory Authorized Carrier Dealer, you can save even more on a new system. A world leader in highly efficient HVAC products, the Carrier name has been a cutting-edge source of cooling products since Willis Haviland Carrier first introduced air conditioning in the early 1900s.

Depending on when you make your purchase, the Carrier dealer you purchase from and the type of product you select, it's possible to save up to $1,450 on a new, energy-efficient heating or cooling installation. Some Carrier dealers also feature cash-back offers on select products for even more savings.

From now until May 31, 2014, homeowners can save up to $1,450 in factory rebates depending on equipment purchased. When you work with a Factory Authorized Carrier Dealer, you'll have access to seasonal Carrier promotions and special dealer rebates that change throughout the year. The only thing that won't change is that you'll always save money with a Factory Authorized Carrier Dealer.

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.

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.