It’s Time for Sweet Rebates and Tax Credits

February brings not only Valentine's Day but also some pretty sweet rebates on select Rheem home HVAC systems. Add to that cash back for finaning, and rebats and tax breaks from the U.S. government, and February is a pretty sweet month.

Starting in February of 2023, there are a number of opportunities for savings when you upgrade your home’s HVAC systems!

There are Federal tax credits and state government rebates that make funds available under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. There are also NEW manufacturer rebates for 2023, AND, you can pay over time with Kwik Comfort financing – 25 Months at 0% Interest with approved credit. All of this adds up to SAVINGs for you!

New Energy Tax Credits under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, combined with manufacturer rebates and financing cash back offers mean now is the time to upgrade your home heating systems - with a sweet deal!
Green Energy Tax Credits
There are numerous options for tax credits or rebates for home energy improvements like furnaces, heat pumps, water heaters, thermostats and air conditioners under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 provides homeowners with significant benefits for upgrading their home’s mechanical systems to meet higher efficiency standards, which also took effect on January 1. The Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Credit, or section 25C of the act, lays out Federal Tax Credits for home improvements in four categories:

  • Weatherizing – things like Aeroseal Duct Sealing, Windows, Doors, etc.
  • Home Energy Audits, or Check-Ups
  • Residential Energy Property – things like natural gas/oil/propane water heaters or boilers, or central air conditioning.
  • Heat Pumps, Biomass Stoves/Boilers which includes things like electric or natural gas heat pumps or heat pump water heaters.

This means you could get money off your 2023 tax bill for home improvements made in 2022 in each category.

State Government Rebates

In addition, Section 45L of the act, or the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA) provides state-administered rebates for low- and moderate-income households (LMIs) who upgrade and electrify their homes’ mechanical systems. LMIs are determined based on the mean income in your area, so you may qualify. Each state will announce its program later this year, so check back for updates from Colorado.

In addition to Federal tax credits and State rebates, there may be rebates from your local or county governments, such as those highlighted on EcoWatch.com or on EnergyGrants.net. Also, check with your local power company for more options

HEEHRA will be administered by the State of Colorado
Manufacturer Rebates
Rheem Group A Econet Systems

As if all that wasn’t enough, Rheem is offering rebates on select heat pumps, furnaces, smart thermostats, air conditioning units, and other Rheem products from their Endeavor Prestige, Classic Plus, and Classic product lines. Most of the products offered with rebates meet the standards for the tax credits under the IRA. This is a great opportunity to stack savings opportunities and get the most value for your money.

You can also choose to pay over time with our Kwik Comfort financing program – 25 Months at 0% Interest with approved credit.

Where to Begin?

How about a Home Energy Check-up by All American Heating? Your Home Energy Check-Up is eligible for up to $150 in tax credits, by itself. During your Check-Up, we’ll help you determine where your home is losing energy – and costing you money in utility and energy bills. We’ll provide options you have for making your home greener and more energy efficient – and how you can get rebates and tax credits for your upgrades.

All American Heating can help you determine which systems are the best for your home and family, and provide guidance in terms of the programs for which they qualify.

Call (970) 239-3195 to schedule your estimate or book now!

Scroll to Top