30% Heat Pump Tax Credit Omaha

Energy Efficiency Has its Own Rewards. And Then Some.

When are you most likely to think about how much it costs to heat and cool your home?

Two times, actually: when your utility bills arrive, and then when you pay them. Does the word “ouch” ring b ell? If so, and you’re truly tired of paying too much, then ntaxow is the perfect time to consider replacing your current heating and cooling systems with one system that does it all: a geothermal (in-ground) heat pump.

Yes, they cost more to install than two separate systems. But with energy savings alone, your new heat pump will more than pay for itself. Plus, the federal government is now offering a 30% tax credit on the total cost of your new heat pump, including installation.

This tax credit is available at least through the end of 2016, and there’s no upper limit on how much you can receive. Click here to learn more about the Energy Star purchase requirements.

Or, simply pick up the phone and call Burton to schedule an in-home consultation and proposal, where we’ll also explain just how the tax credit program works.