The current $1,500 tax credit for the purchase of energy-efficient appliances ends at the end of the year, but that doesn’t mean that the procrastinators out there have totally lost out. While not quite as liberal as the current program, the Federal government will still provide some assistance to help you upgrade your heating and/or air conditioning system.
- For 2009 and 2010, taxpayers were allowed a 30% credit for home energy-savings improvements with a 2-year combined maximum of $1,500.
- For 2011, that credit has been replaced with a less lucrative 10% credit and a $500 lifetime cap.
- Additionally, certain efficiency standards that were weakened in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act are restored to their prior levels, and the provision provides that windows, skylights and doors that meet the Energy Star standards are qualified improvements.
Click for information about energy-efficient heating and cooling and a home maintenance checklist to improve your home’s energy efficiency on the Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning website.
Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning has a wide selection of heating, cooling and ventilation products that qualify for a tax credit, ready for our skilled team of technicians to install in your Central Indiana home, including:
At Thiele, we pride ourselves in performing the best heating & air conditioning installations in the industry. Not only do we train our installers in the most up-to-date installation techniques, we use only the best products and materials.
For more information about available products or our installation team and services, visit www.CallThiele.com, or call (317) 639-1111.