Considering upgrading your AC unit before the intense Phoenix summer may involve a seemingly high initial cost. However, investing in a new, high-quality air conditioning system proves to be a cost-effective long-term solution. Older units are less efficient, leading to higher energy consumption for cooling. A new AC unit not only lowers energy bills but also aligns with the city’s goal of reducing greenhouse gases. Additionally, there are rebate programs, federal tax credits, and local utility incentives that make installing a new AC unit financially advantageous. Seize these opportunities to save money while supporting Phoenix’s environmental objectives.
Take note of various rebate programs and federal tax credits that provide unique and time-limited chances to upgrade your AC unit and keep extra cash. Phoenix-based utility companies also offer enticing incentives for locals. With Phoenix aiming to reduce greenhouse gases by 50% by 2030 and achieve a carbon-neutral city lifestyle by 2050, your efforts contribute to substantial savings. Embrace these opportunities to align with environmental goals and enjoy financial benefits.
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Rebate Programs For Phoenix Homeowners
In Phoenix you have two amazing rebate programs that are designed to help homeowners who are interested in upgrading to high-efficiency HVAC systems, HEEHRA and HOMES. Let’s take a closer look at both to see how it can help you and your family.
Maximizing Home Savings: Strategic Programs, Tax Credits, and Efficiency Upgrades with Semper Fi
If you’re ready for a new unit to be installed, let’s get started on saving you money! The Inflation Reduction Act is designed to help you save big using the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Act (HEEHRA). This is essentially a 10-year rebate program that was designed to help low to moderate-income households in upgrading to new high-efficiency electric appliances.
When you qualify for HEEHRA purchases, you get a rebate of up to 100% of the costs to help electrify your home. As well as up to 50% in moderate-income households. HEEHRA rebate caps at $14,000. There is also a $500 dollar rebate for contractors or installers. To qualify for these savings you must fall under one of these household income brackets:
Low-Income: Less than 80% of your area’s median family income.
Moderate-income: 80% to 150% of your area’s median family income.
The median family income for the city of Phoenix is $72,092 for 2022.
Unlock significant savings by participating in strategic home enhancement programs such as HEEHRA and HOMES. HEEHRA provides upfront rebates, reducing upgrade costs, while HOMES offers rewards based on energy improvements, including a doubled rebate of up to $8000 for low-income families. To qualify, demonstrate a minimum 20% reduction in efficiency savings. Semper Fi stands ready to guide you through the process, ensuring optimal savings before submitting rebate applications. However, combining HEEHRA and HOMES is not allowed.
The Inflation Reduction Act introduces the 25 C Non-Business Energy Property Tax Credit Program, enabling homeowners to deduct up to 30% of costs related to high-efficiency HVAC installations. Although combining HEEHRA and HOMES is restricted, you can pair one of these programs with the 25 C tax credit for enhanced savings, extending to emission reduction projects like energy audits and electrical panel upgrades. Phoenix residents can tap into the Renewable Energy Tax Credit, offering up to 30% tax credit for installed systems until 2034. Electricity suppliers in Arizona provide rebate programs, yielding savings on upgrades such as central air conditioning, air-source heat pumps, smart thermostats, solar water heaters, LED bulbs, and more.
Embark on your savings journey by scheduling with Semper Fi today. Seize the opportunity to optimize your home systems and enjoy substantial savings, tailoring your approach to fit your specific needs and circumstances. Explore the range of available programs and tax credits to make informed decisions for a more energy-efficient and cost-effective home.