Tax Credit for Air Source Heat Pumps

Tax Credit for Air Source Heat Pumps

The federal government is offering a $300 tax credit for homeowners who installed a qualified air-source heat pump in their principal residence between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2016. Ductless mini-split systems with an HSPF of at least 8.5, a EER of at least 12.5 and a SEER of at least 15 qualify for the rebate. The same rebate is available for central air conditioning systems with ann HSPF of at least 8, a EER of at least 12 and a SEER of at least 14.

The tax credit is available only to existing, owner-occupied residential construction. Newly constructed homes and residential rental properties do not qualify. You can check the AHRI database for a list of qualified products. To claim your tax credit, file Form 5695 with your tax return.

You can still take advantage of this credit by installing a qualifying air source heat pump in your primary residence before December 31, 2016. If you would like more information about air source heat pumps or this particular tax credit, please give us a call at New England Ductless at (781) 995-2665. We’ll be happy to help you find products that qualify for this credit.

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