Stay tuned for updates on 2013 Tax Credits and & Utility Rebates!
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Did you know there are federal, local utility and manufacturer rebates and credits available to assist you with your heating & cooling upgrades? Pretty cool stuff! So unless you have any objection to some extra money back in your pocket, check out the current rebate and tax credit programs available below. Rebates and credits may be subject to qualifying requirements. Some limits may apply. Contact us for details.
30% Credit on Geothermal Ground Source Heat Pumps
||An exciting new tax credit is now available for home and commercial building owners who install geothermal heating and cooling systems through the Energy Improvement and Extension Act of 2008. This program offers a one-time tax credit of 30% of the total investment for homeowners who install residential ground loop or ground water geothermal heat pumps. A credit of 10% of the total investment is also available (no maximum) for a commercial system installation.
Check below for additional geothermal rebates available from your local utility company.
Quick Link: What is Geothermal?
Local Utility Energy Efficiency Rebates
Avista 2012 Utility Rebates
||HIGH EFFICIENCY EQUIPMENT:
$400 - High Efficiency Natural Gas/Furnace/Boiler
$400 - High Efficiency Air Source Heat Pump
$200 - Ductless Heat Pump
$100 - Variable Speed Motor
$50 - High Efficiency Electric Water Heater
$50 - High Efficiency Natural Gas Water Heater/Tank Type
CONVERSIONS FROM ELECTRIC:
$750 - Electric to Natural Gas Furnace
$750 - Electric to Air Source Heat Pump
$200 - Electric to Natural Gas Water Heater
Inland Power & Light 2012 Utility Rebates
||HEAT PUMP REBATES:
$2,500 -PTCS Certified Geothermal Heat Pump (single-family built homes only). Must be Energy Star qualified and installed according to IGSPHA specifications available at the time of installation by a PTCS and IGSPHA certified technician. Only one pump per home.
$1,500 -Qualifying Mini Split "Ductless" HP Installations on single-family residence with permanently installed Electric Zonal Heating (must be approved by Fluid Market Strategies thru April 1, 2012).
$1,000 -PTCS Certified Air Source HP Conversion installed on All-electric Homes
$500 -PTCS Certified Air Source HP Replacement (new installations on homes with natural gas, oil, or propane forced-air furnace also qualify for this rebate).
$400 -PTCS Certified Duct Sealing on Qualifying Homes (must have electricity as primary heating source).
Kootenai Electric 2012 Utility Rebates
||WATER HEATER REBATES:
$150 -Marathon Water Heaters (50-gallon & larger)
$50-Standard Water Heaters
HEAT PUMP REBATES:
$3,500 -Geothermal Heat Pumps installed by a certified PTCS contractor only (yes, R&R Heating & Air Conditioning is PTCS certified).
$1,500 -Ductless heat pumps
$850 to $2000 -Energy Star Homes with heat pump installed to Energy Star specifications. Rebate amount depends on construction and heating system.
$300 to $1300 -Smart Choice HSPF heat pump, with optional levels to qualify for larger rebate. Must be installed by a certified PTCS contractor.
Vera Water & Power 2012 Utility Rebates
||$1,500 -Qualified Ductless Heat Pumps
$450 -"High Efficiency Heat Pump Program" - must be installed by PTCS certified contractor.
$400 to $500 -"Duct Sealant Program" for new homes or existing single-family homes.
$100 -Hot water tank rebate (new construction or replacement).
Current Manufacturer Rebates
There are currently no manufacturer rebates available - please check back soon, or check out the special offers page for more deals.