If you have been thinking about investing in a new furnace or air conditioner, now is the time! In 2018, MidAmerican Energy will decrease HVAC rebate incentives on HVAC installation by 60 percent. What does this mean for homeowners? If you install a new heating or cooling system before December 31, 2017, you can maximize savings. Making an investment in your home comfort now, could save you in more ways than one. Here’s how:
Investing In a High-Efficiency HVAC System Will Result In Great Rebates And Decreased Utility Costs
High-efficiency furnaces and air conditioners more efficiently heat and cool your home. Essentially, it’s easier for new systems to keep your family comfortable. In turn, this saves energy and cuts down on monthly utility bills. And best of all, high-efficiency systems often come with greater rebates and government incentives. But don’t wait until the clock strikes midnight in 2017!
If You Have a Costly Repair Or Old Furnace, Now Is the Time To Replace
Does your furnace or air conditioner require frequent, expensive repairs? If your HVAC system 10 years old or greater? Rather than consistently spending your hard earned cash on system repairs, if your heating or cooling unit is getting towards the end of its lifetime, now is a great time to invest in your long-term home comfort, instead of pouring money into an outdated system. Though the upfront cost is more expensive, the long-term savings will be well worth the upgrade.
Rebates And Incentives Change From Year To Year
Unfortunately, as an HVAC company, we can’t control the rebates and incentives available to homeowners each year from the government or utility companies. However, we do know that with each passing year, the trend has been toward decreasing incentives – a 60 percent decrease in 2018 – for heating and cooling installation. Don’t miss your opportunity to save in 2017; there’s no guarantee this incentive will return in 2019 or beyond.
Don’t miss your opportunity to take advantage of MidAmerican HVAC rebates in 2017. If you have any questions regarding HVAC installation in your home, contact us today.