Inflation Reduction Act
With the Inflation Reduction Act, you can now take advantage of tax credits and rebates to help offset the costs of upgrading your current heating and air conditioning systems. In addition to reducing your energy bills in the long run, taking advantage of these incentives can also reduce your carbon footprint and help preserve our environment.
Not ready to upgrade your system? You can also receive rebates when you cut down on your energy consumption! The amount varies depending on household income, but you could get a maximum of $8,000 in rebates by reducing your energy usage. See the table below.
So if you’re looking for a way to consistently improve your home comfort, reduce energy consumption and save money simultaneously, don’t overlook the benefits of the Inflation Reduction Act! Keep in mind that specific details, including the list of eligible models, are still under discussion. As soon as that information is available, we will update this page.
What Do You Qualify For?
Upgrading an existing system can dramatically affect energy usage, savings, and home comfort levels. With the added incentive of tax credits and rebates from the Inflation Reduction Act, now is the perfect time to invest in something that will benefit you for years to come.
When you upgrade to a heat pump or a qualifying high-efficiency heating or cooling system, you can receive a rebate and a tax credit (if you owe taxes). The largest savings is for heat pumps—up to $2,000 in tax credits and up to $8,000 in rebates.
Your eligibility for the heat pump and AC rebates in Rockwall, Wylie, and Garland, TX, depends entirely on household income. See the table below for details.
What Can I Do To Prepare?
Homeowners can prepare for the Inflation Reduction Act by getting a home energy audit or HVAC inspection. You may want to consider upgrades such as installing a new thermostat, sealing and insulating ducts, replacing old windows and doors, and adding insulation to walls and attics. Some energy-efficiency improvements are also included in the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA) under the Inflation Reduction Act.
In addition to these measures, you can also take other proactive steps to reduce your energy bills, even without investing in upgrades. These include setting the thermostat higher in summer and lower in winter; using ceiling fans to circulate cool air; running appliances during off-peak hours; unplugging idle electronics; and using LED light bulbs instead of traditional incandescent bulbs.
By combining all of these strategies, you will be able to maximize your AC and heat pump rebates in Rockwall, Wylie, and Garland, TX. Our team is excited to help you save money and the environment! Give Rockwall One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating today to schedule your inspection!