Air Conditioning Voucher Program and Tax Credits | Beaufort Air

Air Conditioning Voucher Program and Tax Credits

Do not want to waste your hard earned money? Join our voucher programs today to save on year maintenance. Central AC units are a big investment for families and companies alike. Over time, technology wears out and requires maintenance. With our voucher system, you can save quite a bit of money on repairs or new installations. Are you shocked and suspicious at an outrageous repair estimate? Youíre not alone. We offer free second opinions on any competitor inspection! Below, youíll also find a guide for federal and state tax credits for energy savings.

Online Savings for All Repairs and Installations

Beaufort Air proudly offers special rebates exclusively for online customers. Just by submitting your information below, you can qualify for instant savings, including: 10% off the final cost of repairs 5% off any new installations Make sure to claim your offer as it is only one certificate per customer. This opportunity is not applicable to a diagnostic, yearly maintenance checkup, or filter change.

Second Opinions on All Competitor Inspections

Extensive repairs on your system can really take a toll on your wallet. You should get multiple quotes from different companies to get a full picture of what may be wrong with your unit. Unfortunately, many HVAC companies charge for their inspections, even if they donít find the problem or even leave the system worse than they found it. Many smaller companies donít have the right tools or arenít qualified enough to really assess the complications that plaguing your homeís heating and cooling. Others are outright scams that will tell you any nonsense to bill you. Donít anyone take advantage of you! Do some research yourself. By staying informed, you can better evaluate your HVAC service needs. For your convenience and peace of mind - Beaufort Air Conditioning offers free second opinions on any competitor inspections! Multiple perspectives can help you make the best decision for your comfort and budget needs. How many times have professionals serviced your home, and then you get a gut feeling they werenít 100% honest with you about the job? Itís okay for you to show some healthy skepticism! We have an established name in HVAC care, serving South Carolina residents since 1980. We thoroughly train technicians to ensure they are highly qualified to handle any all HVAC models and their various complex components. Before committing to a service anywhere else, allow us to offer a trusted second opinion on what they're offering. This offer only applies to second opinions based on the competitorís inspections and does not apply to the further diagnostics by Beaufort Air Conditioning. Please present the company information and ticket to expedite our service. Fill out the form below to qualify:

HVAC Tax Credits

HVAC tax credit or residential energy efficiency tax credit expired at the end of 2016. If you installed your equipment before January 1st, 2017, it may still be eligible for this credit.

HVAC Rebates Background

The federal government created HVAC rebates with the aim of improving the public energy efficiency of existing homes by encouraging new, cleaner unit installations, particularly EPA Energy Star approved systems. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 established residential energy efficient property credit applications. Initially, the law limited credits to just models purchases in 2006 and 2007. There was an aggregate cap saving of up to $500, though different models capped in various ways. Congress renewed and expanded the law in 2009 by passing The Energy Improvement and Extension Act of 2008. Later on, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 further opened government energy incentives to the public, by increasing the $500 cap up to a potential $1500. The government has continued to renew HVAC tax credits, though pushing the total rebates back down to $500. The window to redeem credit from last year has expired, meaning any new models you have installed now are not applicable under the law.

How Can I Redeem These Tax Credits?

Your new air conditioner is indeed tax deductible If you purchased it before January 1st, 2017. You must make these purchases for your primary residence (rental properties are generally excluded). Then, when itís tax season, complete your IRS 5695 Form by filling out all the accurate information on the separate sheets for energy savings. You may wish to consult a legal tax advisor. If you installed improvements between 2011 and 2016, the maximum tax credit would be $1500.

Federal Energy Tax Credit 2017

You can redeem Energy Star approved equipment installations from now until 2021 up to 30% with no cap! Find out if your HVAC system qualifies by visiting the Energy Star tax credit page. For solar powered equipment, tax credits are available at 30% until December 31, 2019. All tax credit opportunities will decreases to 26% for the fiscal year 2020. Then, further drop to 22% in 2021 before expiring on December 31st

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