Maryland Energy Rebates
Upgrading your water heater, heating system or air conditioner is undoubtedly a major investment. For some, the upfront cost is enough to make them put of upgrading until the last possible second when the system totally fails. Did you know, however, that there are huge incentives for upgrading that can help balance out your out-of-pocket costs and make the project more affordable?
Taking advantage of energy rebates is the best way to balance out the cost of upgrading the systems in your home. These are just a few of the energy rebates currently available depending on your area:
- Heat Pump Water Heater – $500
- Central Air Conditioner – $500-1000
- Air-to-Air Heat Pump – $750-1250
- Ductless Mini-Split Heat Pump – $200-600
- Geothermal Heat Pump – $1800
Certain home improvements, such as air and duct sealing, may also qualify for valuable rebates.
In addition to valuable cash back rebates, there are also federal tax rebates and credits. For example, you can save up to 30% of the cost of a solar water heater with a federal tax credit. You may also qualify for a $300 federal tax credit for installing a tankless water heater or a heat pump water heater.
Of course, upgrading your water heater or HVAC system also saves you money over time. Upgrading to Energy Star appliances can drastically cut down your energy bills and save you a considerable amount of money each month.
At Larry & Sons, we can help you choose the new water heater, air conditioner or heating system that provides the best energy efficiency for your home. We will also help you make sure you get all the rebates and incentives you qualify for. To learn more about the energy rebates currently available, contact us today. Call 301-733-5428. Don’t wait; these rebates won’t be around forever!
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