HVAC Tax CreditPosted On: March 20, 2013
If you installed a new furnace, heat pump, air conditioner, or HVAC system in the last year, you may qualify for a tax credit in 2013. The previously-expired energy efficiency tax credit was re-established as of January 2, 2013 as a part of the legislation that helped us avoid the fiscal cliff. The tax credit, known as the 25C tax credit, provides up to $500 in federal tax credits for energy efficient HVAC systems.
This tax credit is retroactive, meaning you can qualify for the tax credit even if you had your system installed in 2012 when the energy efficient tax credit was expired.
Heating and Cooling Systems that Quality for 25C Federal Tax Credits
You qualify for a $300 federal tax credit if you installed one of the following air conditioners in 2012:
- Packed central air conditioning systems with 14 SEER and 13 EER
- Split system central air conditioning systems with 16 SEER and 13 EER
You qualify for a $150 tax credit if you installed one of the following furnaces or boilers in 2012:
- Oil furnaces with 95 AFUE or better
- Propane furnaces with 95 AFUE or better
- Natural gas furnaces with 95 AFUE or better
- Boilers with 95 AFUE or better
You quality for a $300 tax credit if you installed one of the following heat pumps in 2012:
- Packaged electric heat pumps with 8.0 HSPF, 12.0 EER, and 14 SEER
- Split system electric heat pumps with 8.5 HSPF, 12.5 EER, and 15 SEER
If you have had one of these systems installed in the last year or you would like to install a new energy efficient heating and air system in your home, contact T.E. Spall & Son today! We are are leading heating and cooling company in the Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, PA area with more than 25 years of experience. Call us today to find out why northeastern Pennsylvania area residents have trusted us with their heating and cooling installation and repairs since 1985!