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Tax Credits Help Bring Geothermal Systems Home

April 25, 2018

As a financial incentive to conserve power by converting from a standard HVAC system to a green, highly efficient geothermal system, federal and state tax credits are currently available for those seeking to do heating and cooling for their home in a new way.

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Geothermal heating and cooling systems for your home or business are energy-efficient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly.

As a qualified provider of WaterFurnace geothermal products, AGL Services can help you save up to 70% on your heating, cooling and hot water expenses by taking advantage of clean, renewable energy stored right in your backyard.

As a financial incentive to conserve power by converting from  standard HVAC systems to green, highly efficient geothermal systems, federal and state tax credits are currently available for those seeking to do heating and cooling for their home in a new way.

Federal

U.S. residents may claim a credit of 30% of eligible costs to purchase and install a geothermal heat pump in a dwelling located within the United States that is owned and used as a residence by the taxpayer.

State

South Carolina residents and commercial business owners may claim a credit of 25% of eligible costs to purchase and install a geothermal heat pump in a building owned by the taxpayer. What better way is there to beat the Charleston heat than by installing a new and more efficient HVAC system?

Contact AGL Services, your local HVAC contractor and HVAC maintenance company, to request a free estimate for geothermal heating and cooling systems. Our HVAC service contractors are available for 24-hour support.

 

1 https://www.energy.gov/savings/residential-renewable-energy-tax-credit
2 https://www.energy.gov/savings/solar-energy-small-hydropower-and-geothermal-tax-credit-personal

 

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