Posts Tagged ‘tax credits’
The Energy Star Sheds Light on Home Efficiency
Energy Star is a program headed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which helps businesses and homeowners save money and protect the climate with energy-efficient HVAC options. Energy-efficient products bearing the Energy Star logo have been proven to reduce energy consumption and pollution.
Energy Tax Credits Can Help Ease the Pain of an Ailing A/C or Furnace
Replacing your old furnace or A/C unit doesn’t have to be as painful as it may appear.
Replacing Your Air Conditioner? 8 Significant Benefits You Stand to Gain
Constant issues with a home’s air conditioner can cause headaches and put a real strain on homeowners’ wallets. When repairs become common, looking into a replacement A/C unit can be a worthwhile option, since the investment also comes with several benefits. Benefits of air conditioner replacement Higher efficiency: The efficiency of your system is based on […]
Get Your Tax Credits for 2013 With These High-Efficiency Appliances
Tax credits for energy-efficient HVAC appliances were enacted by Congress in the late 1970s. Their focus was to help reduce Americans’ reliance on foreign oil and other polluting forms of energy generation and encourage the use of clean forms of energy.
Looking At Energy-Efficient Furnaces? Smart Move
If you’ve been shopping for energy-efficient furnaces, it’s an excellent time to make your move toward higher fuel efficiency, enhanced component performance and safety features that help you relax in comfort and enjoy the rewards of lower heating bills. Learn how these components make high-efficiency furnaces a smart choice.
Looking At Solar Or Geothermal in Denver? You Can Still Get A Tax Break
Solar and geothermal systems are extremely efficient sources of energy for your home. If you’re a Denver resident who has been considering one of these systems, you may not be aware that they’re still eligible for federal energy-efficiency tax credits. Most of these tax credits expired in 2011, but those for solar and geothermal remain […]