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.
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed by President Biden in August 2022 aims to build a new economy that helps working families. These actions will push to switch households and companies over to clean energy, save American households up to thousands of dollars a year, and tackle the climate crisis in the United States. Switching and installing certified energy-efficient systems can put money back in Americans' pockets through tax credits and rebates. These tax credits cover a wide range of home energy-efficiency improvements, including equipment like heat pumps, air conditioners, heat pump water heaters, doors, windows, insulation, and more.
Smart home devices have gotten more popular and complex over the years, with a ton of devices that have been created over to make your everyday life more convenient. But smart thermostats do more than make your life easier -- they also save you money. Continue reading to learn more about ecobee, Honeywell, and Google Nest smart thermostats and how they can benefit you and your home.
The Trane XL824 Thermostat utilizes modern, cutting-edge technology for anyone looking to upgrade the thermostat system in their home. Upgrading your system can increase the money in your pocket with its ability to schedule around your life, with features that turn down your heating and cooling when you are not home. With its colorful, easy-to-read HD touchscreen display, the Trane XL824 has several features that homeowners can easily maneuver.
It's that time of year again! The temperatures are dropping and it's time to use our heating systems. But before you crank the heat and get cozy, ask yourself this: have I prepared my home for these wintery conditions?
Here are some home improvements that will keep your home more comfortable, your heater energy-efficient, and even help save you money.
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced a plethora of changes to our daily lives, from the health measures we take, to the places we go, to the altered schedules we now follow. But one of the biggest adjustments for adults has been the switch to working from home (WFH).
You might have heard of it: the high velocity home comfort system that so many home owners are switching to. But what does high velocity really mean? And why should you make the investment -- especially if you've got no complaints with your old system?