Specials, Rebates, & Financing (2023)
0% For 60 Months Financing On Qualifying Systems
Financing From Synchrony
Financing From Wells Fargo
Along with these great offers we have featured, we also have some great rebates that we can pass along from a few different places…
The Electrical Association of Philadelphia (EAP)
February 13, 2023 – April 21, 2023– Rebates between $150 – $1200 are available for new qualified energy-efficient equipment.
This qualifies for Central Air Conditioning Systems (Up to $1000), Heat Pumps (Up to $1,200), and Ductless Mini -Splits ($100 – $150 per mini split).
For more information about the program click here.
Peco is offering rebates on ENERGY STAR-certified equipment, including:
- Air Source Heat Pump ($200 – $300)
- Central Air Conditioning Systems ($150 – $200)
- Ductless Mini Split Heat Pump Systems ($150 – $300)
- Room Air Conditioner ($10)
- Air Source Heat Pump Maintenance ($25)
- ECM Fan Motor ($50)
Rebates range from $10 – $300
Carrier Cool Cash: Fall Rebates for Heating and Air Conditioning
Rebates up to $1,550 on qualifying Carrier Systems between March 6, 2023, and May 26, 2023, including furnaces, heat pumps, and central air conditioning.
Rebates range from $200- $1,550
Mitsubishi is offering rebates on qualifying Ductless Heating and Air Conditioning equipment.
Rebates range from $100 – $300
Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Rebates and Tax Credits – January 1, 2023 – December 31, 2032
Most of us have heard about the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) which was signed into law in late 2022. The main focus is to reduce the amount of energy we use, and clean up the environment, mostly on a large scale, giving guidelines to big businesses.
There is also an incentive for homeowners to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes, through offering tax credits and rebates. As of now, there are still developments and sorting out of the rebates, but tax credits are available.
- Air Source Heat Pumps – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to a $2,000 max credit
- Central Air Conditioners – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to $600 max credit
- Furnaces (Natural Gas or Oil) – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to $600 max credit
- Hot Water Boilers (Natural Gas, Propane, Oil) – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to $600 max credit
- Heat Pump Water Heaters – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to a $2,000 max credit
- Water Heaters (Natural Gas) – Up to 30% of the project cost, up to $600 max credit
There are a lot more home improvement-based tax credits available, and you can read more about them here.
It’s also important to note that as of now, one home can only qualify for $3,200 in tax credits per year. So it may be a good idea to have a year-by-year home improvement plan, getting the most out of the tax credits and rebates as they are available.