Becoming a new homeowner is an exciting journey, and understanding your HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) system is key to ensuring comfort and efficiency in your new space. Here you'll find several helpful tips about your HVAC system as a new homeowner.
With the winter heating season just around the corner, spanning from October to March, the anticipation of a colder-than-normal season looms over much of the United States. This means that households across the country will be relying on more energy to keep warm as the chilly weather approaches. It's important to consider the type of heating system you have, as it can greatly impact your utility bills. In this article, we'll discuss what type of heating systems are expected to burn the biggest hole in your wallet this year.
Now is the time to slash energy costs with help from the Inflation Reduction Act. When it comes to installing a heat pump or another energy-efficient system, savings will depend on household income and qualifying equipment. While you'll have to wait a little longer to receive rebates, you can apply for tax credits any time through 2032. Find out more details with these seven facts you should know about the IRA and heat pumps.
The Inflation Reduction Act has started to persuade more homeowners to consider switching over to a heat pump due to the available tax credits and rebates. With these rebates and tax credits, homeowners can potentially earn back some the money they put forward for a heat pump within the year. The end goal of the Inflation Reduction Act is to reduce household emissions and reach net zero by 2050. This means that 23 million homes currently heated by gas or oil will need to move to a low-carbon alternative, such as a heat pump.
Since heat pumps are fairly new and so different from other heating and cooling systems, let's break down common misconceptions about them and cover what's actually true.
This season, Bucks County and Philadelphia homeowners can stay cozy and turn up the heat without turning up the costs using energy-efficient oil and gas heating systems. Homeowners can also enjoy cool homes with energy-efficient heat pumps and ductless systems. Check out these new rebates and incentives from PGW, NORA, and the IRA that can help alleviate costs when upgrading your HVAC system.
With renewed tax credits and rebates under the "Inflation Reduction Act", you can receive money back just for installing a new energy-efficient system! The 25C Tax Credit, which is an extension of an existing tax credit, covers eligible services and home improvements such as heat pumps, heat pump water heaters, insulation and air sealing, energy audits, and more.
From groceries to gas prices, to bigger purchases like new heating and cooling systems, U.S. homeowners and adults have been feeling the burden of rising prices over the last several months. As a result, the White House signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law in August. The $740 billion climate and health care bill aims to reduce emissions, invest in climate protection, and offer eligible homeowners money-saving incentives for "greener" home appliances and systems. Continue reading for an Inflation Reduction Act summary.
On Tuesday, August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law. Now one of the largest legislative packages that has been moved in years, the IRA covers healthcare, climate change, and tax bill.
You don't want to spend the summer sweating inside, but you also don't want to pay sky-high energy bills. So, what's the solution? Well, you can keep running your AC, but try following these seven tips to save you money while doing so.