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.
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Exciting HVAC Incentives for Homeowners!
Ready to support the environment while tapping into lower energy bills? Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), investing in an energy-efficient HVAC system is more affordable than ever. This act allocates nearly $370 billion to climate and energy programs, and homeowners who invest in eligible HVAC systems may qualify for incentives that benefit both their wallet and the planet.
Homeowners who install a qualifying HVAC system:
- Before December 31st, 2022, and meet the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit (25C) requirements may be eligible for a tax credit between $50 to $300, or up to 10% of the installation costs ($500 maximum).
- From January 1, 2023, to December 31, 2032, may be eligible for higher incentives under the expanded the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit (25C). Savings are available nationwide and include:
- Up to $2,000 for a qualified heat pump
- Up to $600 for qualified air conditioners
- Up to $600 for qualified furnaces
- There is a $600 tax credit for electrical upgrades to enable heat pump installation
*Note: Some states and locations may offer additional tax incentives, rebates, or credits for investing in energy-efficient HVAC, depending upon income and other factors.
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 the type of system you have.
Save these certificates
for tax season and use them when you file your federal taxes.
Heat pump unit manufacturer certificate
Your heat pump or dual fuel system must meet or exceed these efficiency ratings that vary based on system type and installed location:
|Heat Pump Type
|Split system in the south
|15.2 SEER2, 12.0 EER2, 7.8 HSPF2
|Packaged system in the south
|15.2 SEER2, 11.5 EER2, 7.2 HSPF2
|Split or packaged system in the north
|15.2 SEER2, 10.0 EER2, 8.1HSPF2, COP of 1.75 at 5F and heating capacity ratio >58% at 17°F/47°F or >70% at 5°F/47°F
Gas furnace manufacturer's certificate
Gas furnaces use natural gas or propane to generate heat for your home. Your system must meet the following efficiency rating: 97% AFUE
Air conditioner manufacturer certificate
The air conditioner in your system must have both efficiency ratings per system type:
|Air Conditioner Type
|16.0 SEER2, 12.0 EER2
|15.2 SEER2, 11.5 EER2
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