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Federal and State Rebates for Energy Saving Products

Let’s face it, everyone likes to save money. We clip coupons, shop for sales and comparison shop to stretch our hard-earned dollar just that little bit further. Saving money on the most precious and valuable thing you own – your home – is one of the best savings out there. Morris Heating and Air Conditioning can help you find the best rebates, tax incentives and specials available for energy efficient heating and cooling products. Since we are knowledgeable about certain product restrictions and time sensitive savings, we can help guide you in your purchase that will not only make your home more comfortable but also save you money!

With the goals of supporting energy efficiency, encouraging renewable energy sources and conserving energy, government agencies offer incentives to homeowners to buy energy efficient products. Over the past few years the federal government has offered tax credits for high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment. The U.S. Federal HVAC Credit is still available for equipment purchased and installed in 2012 – 2016. States also commonly provide financial incentives through State Energy Offices and Departments of Revenue. There are lists online that can help you choose products when you decide to make your home improvements. Three sites that you may want to consult include theENERGY STAR product site, energy.gov, for some great general tips on saving energy and www.dsireusa.org, which acts as a clearinghouse for multiple agencies offering rebates for a variety of home improvement products.

The best advice we can offer you when it comes to rebates is this — pay attention to deadlines and product eligibility constraints. If the rebate language indicates it applies to a ductless system only, you cannot submit paperwork for a traditional system. In addition to rebates there are some excellent no interest loan programs available today. HVAC systems represent a significant investment and our government agencies are rewarding those who chose the most energy efficient products by offering some great loan programs. One such example is the MASS SAVE Heat Loan Program. This program offers 0% financing for loans of up to $25,000 with terms up to 7 years for eligible customers. And this is just one example.

Morris Heating and Air Conditioning has two decades of experience helping our loyal customers choose the right product that will get them the best return for their investment. Call us today to find out what incentives, tax credits and rebates you could qualify for. Rebates often change with the calendar year. To check out 2016 rebates click here https://morrisheatingandair.com/specials/rebates/

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