If your air conditioner is on the ropes and you don’t think it will make it through the season, then it would be a smart idea for you to consider replacing it now. Read More Let Energy Tax Credits Ease the Pain of an Ailing A/C That Won’t Last >>
Legislation passed to solve the recent “fiscal cliff” dispute reinstated tax credits for homeowners who increase the energy-efficiency of their residence. Read More Fiscal Cliff Tax Credits Keep Your Home Energy Efficient >>
If you’ve become enthralled with the idea of geothermal heating — a system that draws heat energy from the ground or ground water to heat a home – then here’s an exciting news bulletin that just might cause you to grab a shovel and meet your contractor in your backyard: Geothermal heat pumps are still eligible for a hefty tax credit. Read More The Geothermal Heat Pump: Still Eligible For That Hefty Tax Credit >>
If you want to upgrade your home’s HVAC equipment, consider a geothermal heat pump system. Although these HVAC appliances cost more initially, they offer substantial ongoing energy and operational savings over the life of the equipment. Read More Weighing The Initial Cost Of A Geothermal Heat Pump System Against The Long-Term Savings >>
You’ve probably heard the old proverb from Ben Franklin, that “nothing is certain but death and taxes.” It turns out that old Ben might need to narrow the list down a bit. In order to encourage homeowners to save energy by investing in energy-efficient equipment, the U.S. government is offering tax credits to people who upgrade their home’s heating and cooling equipment. Read More With Tax Credits About To Expire, Now’s The Time To Make Those Upgrades You’ve Been Thinking About >>
Installing energy-efficient appliances in your home can not only save money on your utility bills, it can save money on your federal taxes. Tax credits are available if you upgrade heaters, air conditioners and hot water heaters with equipment that meets energy-saving requirements.
To claim tax credits in 2011 you must: Read More Install These Energy-Efficient Products, And You Can Get A Credit On Your 2011 Taxes >>
It’s a great time to upgrade your HVAC equipment to energy-efficient systems. While the federal government has extended tax credits for various HVAC-related equipment, the incentives are not at the same levels as 2010. Homeowners shouldn’t let that fact dissuade them, however. With additional rebates available from HVAC companies, incentives at the local level and those from utility companies, a conscientious homeowner can get big savings.
That’s where Rodenhiser steps in, because we want our customers to get the most savings possible off the price of equipment and installation, as well as savings from energy-efficient equipment. Read More Rodenhiser Rebates Mean More Money For You >>
Tax credits on HVAC equipment were extended by Congress for 2011. Massachusetts homeowners may be eligible for cumulative tax credits of up to $500 dollars, making an air conditioner or furnace upgrade more affordable. You should always consult with your tax advisor to see if you’re eligible.
To qualify for these tax credits, your new HVAC equipment must meet energy efficiency requirements or standards, which are explained in detail on the Energy Star site, a U.S. Department of Energy website that provides useful and easy-to-understand information about energy efficient products and practices. HVAC equipment tax credits available to you include: Read More Extended Tax Credits Can Help Pay For HVAC Upgrades >>
If you are a Massachusetts resident looking to upgrade your heating and cooling, make your home more comfortable or cut down on high energy bills, you should have the information you need to make an educated decision. Go to the Mass Save website, which has loads of information about government incentives and other ways to save money. (Then call Rodenhiser so we can get that equipment installed!) Read More Massachusetts Residents Can Find Heating and Cooling Deals Through New Mass Save Online Tool >>
If it’s time for a new hot water heater, consider switching to an energy efficient tankless water heater. This technology offers Massachusetts homeowners a host of benefits and advantages over traditional hot water heaters. And, you can save up to $2,500 if you purchase your system in 2010! Read More Tankless Water Heaters: Tax Credits & Rebates >>