Offers, Rebates & Tax Credits
Discover the options available for you to save on a new HVAC system, including new incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
What is a rebate?
Rebates vary based on your location. They offer a way to save money by encouraging you to make greener energy choices for your HVAC system. Find a rebate by entering your zip code. Then, apply it via your local power provider.
What is a tax credit?
You may qualify for federal tax credits when you add certain energy-saving options to your lifestyle. Some American Standard Heating and Air Conditioning systems qualify and can help you save money with these tax credits.
2023 Set the Standard Sales Event
Up to $600* in Instant Rebates and 0% APR for 60 months¹
Buy qualifying equipment, receive an instant rebate, and take advantage of American Standard’s 2023 Special Financing offer available through participating dealers. See your participating independent Customer Care Dealer for details.
Offer valid through 04/01/2023 - 06/30/2023
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Inflation Reduction Act Incentive Details
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), signed into law in August 2022, includes nearly $370 billion dedicated to climate and energy programs. The bill includes clean energy tax credits and other relevant tax incentives that homeowners can benefit from when they make green upgrades. So, in addition to energy savings, here are some great tax credit incentives and offers to review if you are considering HVAC home improvements.
Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit (25C)
- Through December 31st 2022, the IRA extended the Internal Revenue Code Section 25C, currently known as the Nonbusiness Energy Property Tax credit, which provides a tax credit to homeowners when installing certain residential heating and cooling equipment. Equipment must meet energy efficiency requirements and be installed by December 31st 2022. Homeowners who meet the requirements may be eligible to claim a tax credit from $50 to $300, or in some cases, ten percent of the installed costs (up to $500 maximum).
- Beginning Jan. 1, 2023, and through Dec. 31, 2032, the expanded 25C tax credit, now known as the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit, will offer higher incentives, and annual (not lifetime) limits. This new 25C tax credit provides homeowners up to 30% of installation costs for qualified expenditures, with an annual maximum of $1,200. Qualified air conditioners and furnaces can receive up to $600 each. Qualified heat pumps have a separate aggregate yearly limit allowing the taxpayer to claim up to $2,000. This means that the maximum total yearly 25C credit amount may be up to $3,200.
Please note: Specific information regarding the qualified systems and how to claim Home Improvement Tax Credits for 2023 and beyond is forthcoming pending the release of application instruction from the IRS.
Rebate programs related to energy efficiency
Rebate programs may already exist in your state or become available through your state energy offices as a result of the Inflation Reduction Act guidance for rebate programs. Review the EcoRebates search tool at the top of this page to see what rebates are available in your area.
Please note: The rebate programs vary from state to state and can differ depending on your income.
How do I apply for a 2022 Nonbusiness Energy Property Tax Credit (25C)?
Apply in 3 easy steps! Tax credits directly reduce taxes you owe and are regulated by the IRS.
Download the manufacturer certificate for your system. Keep this for your records.
Talk with a tax professional about how you can make the most out of your energy tax credits.
File Form 5695 as part of your yearly federal tax returns.
Learn more about filing the form.
Download the manufacturer certificate for the type of system you have.
Save these certificates
for tax season and use them when you file your federal taxes. *Note: The 2023 application process is not yet available from the IRS. Check back for updates and certificates, if applicable.
Advanced main air circulating fan manufacturer certificate
These fans can be found in gas furnaces and packaged systems (which include a furnace).
The fan should use at most 2% of a furnace’s total energy.
Gas furnace manufacturer certificate
Your gas furnace must have an efficiency rating of 95% AFUE.
Heat pump or dual fuel products manufacturer certificate
Your heat pump or dual fuel system must have all of these efficiency ratings: 14 SEER, 12 EER, 8 HSPF.
Packaged air conditioning manufacturer certificate
Split system air conditioning manufacturer certificate
The air conditioner in your split system must have both efficiency ratings: 16 SEER, 13 EER.
Split system heat pump manufacturer certificate
The heat pump in your split system must have all of these efficiency ratings: 15 SEER, 12.5 EER, 8.5 HSPF.
SPECIAL FINANCING OFFER
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0% APR for 60¹ months special financing now available through participating dealers
Breathe easy with 0% APR for 60¹ months on your American Standard system purchase. Energy-efficient systems with an easy monthly payment — available exclusively through participating dealers.
Take advantage of this special financing offer, exclusively through participating Customer Care dealers, until December 31, 2023!
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