Follow these tips to save money on a new home HVAC system
A new HVAC system is a major home investment for sure, but luckily, there are several ways smart homeowners can save money both on the initial purchase and in the months and years to come.
1. Special offers and promotions
Depending on the time of year and where you are,we will be able to offer you several ways to save money, including rebates, special financing options and more.
2. Special financing
A new HVAC system is truly a long-term investment for your home. In order to help with the upfront costs, Trane offers financing options for those who choose to use it.
3. Tax credits
Finally some good tax news! Trane offers many products that are eligible for residential energy credits. Some of our most popular systems are our most energy-efficient. The good news for you is that you can save on your monthly energy bill as well as apply for immediate tax credits on qualified products. Trane offers a wide variety of products that qualify and the tax credits are offered on the federal, state and local levels. So chances are when you purchase a new HVAC system, you’re going to be eligible for some kind of tax credit.
4. Eco rebates
Certain high-efficiency products may also be eligible for an eco-rebate. These rebates are sponsored by your local energy company and are typically used as an incentive for consumers to use less energy per household by purchasing more energy-efficient appliances. See which Trane products qualify for an eco rebate in your area when shopping for a new HVAC system.
5. Buy an energy-efficient air conditioner
This seems obvious, but buying a more energy-efficient air conditioner will have the biggest influence in your costs over time. According to the Department of Energy, over half of your home energy use goes to heating and cooling. If your current system is ten years old or more, you may be able to save up to over $500 a year if you upgrade to a more energy-efficient system**. Energy saving features to think about when looking to purchase a new air conditioner include SEER rating, cooling stages and Energy Star® qualification.