Rebates! Rebates! Rebates! Part Two: Coweta-Fayette EMC and Georgia Power

The following applies to single family residential homes….contact your local utility company for more information, or just call us at 770-253-2665 and we’ll do our best to get the answer for you!

Coweta-Fayette EMC – 770.502.0226

– Units need to have a 14.5 SEER or higher energy rating, on equipments replaced since January 1, 2013

  • $275 gas to electric heat pumps
  • $150 gas to dual fuel heat pumps
  • $75 for heat pump replacements
  • $500 geothermal
  • $250 – heat pump water heaters
  • $250 – gas to electric water heaters
  • $150 – R11 to R38 attic insulation, $90 for R19 to R38
  • $150 for R13 floor insulation
  • $75 for AC replacement [15 SEER minimum]
  • $25 per window for double-pane or storm windows [up to 8 windows]

Georgia Power  – 800.524.2421 x950

– Equipment installed between January 14, 2013 and August 31, 2013 with notification to Georgia Power by August 31, 2013

  • $400 rebate for 15 SEER heat pump
  • $200 rebate for 13-14.9 SEER heat pump

Would you like to talk to someone about replacing your system? Call us at 770-253-2665 for your FREE in home evaluation.

 


Rebates! Rebates! Rebates! Part One: Federal Credits

And you thought federal rebates for your home’s HVAC were gone….well, they’re BA-ACK!!

Below are the exact products that qualify for a federal tax credit.

  • Advanced Main Air Circulating Fan

    An Advanced Main Air Circulating Fan is an efficient fan, or blower motor which blows the air that your furnace heats up through the duct system.

    border

    Tax Credit Amount: $50
    Requirements

    Must use no more than 2% of the furnace’s total energy.

  • Air Source Heat Pumps

    Heat pumps offer an energy-efficient alternative to furnaces and air conditioners in moderate climates. Like your refrigerator, heat pumps use electricity to move heat from a cool space into a warm, making the cool space cooler and the warm space warmer. During the heating season, heat pumps move heat from the cool outdoors into your warm house; during the cooling season, heat pumps move heat from your cool house into the warm outdoors. Because they move heat rather than generate heat, heat pumps can provide up to 4 times the amount of energy they consume.

    border

    Tax Credit Amount: $300
    Requirements

    Split Systems:
    HSPF ≥ 8.5
    EER ≥ 12.5
    SEER ≥ 15

    Package systems:
    HSPF ≥ 8
    EER ≥ 12
    SEER ≥ 14

  • Central Air Conditioning (CAC)

    The best way to find tax credit eligible CACs is to ask your HVAC Contractor (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning). To verify tax credit eligibility, ask your HVAC contractor to provide the Manufacturer Certification Statement for the equipment you plan to purchase. Or, search the Manufacturer’s website.

    border

    Tax Credit Amount: $300
    Requirements

    Split Systems:
    SEER ≥ 16
    EER ≥ 13

    Package systems:
    SEER ≥ 14
    EER ≥ 12

  • Gas, Propane, or Oil Hot Water Boiler

    These are heating units that use water circulated throughout the home in a system of baseboard heating units, radiators, and/or in-floor radiant tubing.

    border

    Tax Credit Amount: $150
    Requirements

    AFUE ≥ 95

    Tax Credit includes installation costs.

  • Natural Gas, Propane or Oil Furnace

    A furnace uses the combustion of fuel and air to create heat.

    border

    Tax Credit Amount: $150
    Requirements

    AFUE ≥ 95

    Questions? Ask! Email us, submit a form online, or call us at 770-253-2665.

    All information courtesy of EnergyStar.gov.