If you purchase qualifying models, you may be eligible for local energy incentives and rebates.
Many high-efficiency heating and cooling products qualify for local utility and energy incentives and rebates. Your AirEase expert has the latest energy incentives information available at their fingertips, so be sure to ask them for details on how to save. Additional resources such as energy.gov provide the ability to search for federal, state, and local incentives for your energy-efficient home improvements. Don’t miss out on money-saving opportunities.
Under the Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020, Congress has extended individual tax credits for homeowners who make qualified improvements of higher-efficiency HVAC equipment to their primary residences. Tax credits are effective for all qualified energy property installed from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2020.