How the Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits Save You Money on Energy-Efficient Upgrades

How the Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits Save You Money on Energy-Efficient Upgrades


As a homeowner, you must be ready at a moment's notice to handle significant home issues, including total HVAC system replacement and plumbing or electrical emergencies. No one likes to carve out extra space in their budget to handle these necessities. The good news is that replacing HVAC units and water heaters and installing heat pumps and new electrical boxes can be a much more affordable experience thanks to Inflation Reduction Act tax credits, rebates, and incentives.

How the Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits Save You Money on Energy-Efficient Upgrades

How You Can Benefit from the Inflation Reduction Act Tax Credits

Saving Money on Electrical, Plumbing, and HVAC Services

Is your home older than 25, and if so, does it still have its original wiring? If you can answer yes to that question, your home isn't operating as efficiently as it should be, and even worse, you could be at risk of specific safety hazards, like a home fire. If your HVAC unit is old, outdated, or has significant issues, a new system installation may be in your future.

If your water heater uses extra energy and water just to function correctly, it's probably not an energy-efficient model costing you more than it should in monthly energy and water bills. Changing your electrical panel, replacing your water heater or installing a heat pump water heater, and installing a new HVAC unit are all home updates that can feel overwhelming, not to mention financially burdensome.

How the IRA Saves You Money on Home Upgrades

The IRA provides homeowners with tax credits, rebates, and incentives for making these changes to improve the efficiency of their homes. With these changes, you'll be handed money to make upgrades that will reduce your energy and water bills, and with a new HVAC unit, improve your home's indoor air quality, which will, by default, support your health. With these incentives, these upgrades will no longer feel like a financial burden.

The HEEHRA Rebate

The HEEHRA rebate, also known as the High-Efficiency Electric Home Rebate, provides up to $14,000 to low and middle-income homeowners who make eligible energy-efficient upgrades. Built within this rebate are 100% of the costs of professional electrical services, equipment, and installation for low-income and 50% for middle-income homeowners.

The HOMES Rebate

The HOMES Rebate provides homeowners with rebates incentivizing them to make energy-efficient changes that significantly reduce total energy output. While homeowners in all tax brackets can save money with the HOMES rebate, low and middle-income homeowners are eligible for the highest rebates. Cash back rebates range from a total of $2000 to $8000.

The Energy Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit

The IRA also includes the Energy Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit, which allows homeowners to deduct up to 30% of their energy-efficient upgrades for a maximum rebate of $3200. To qualify, these upgrades must adhere to the Consortium For Energy Efficiency and Energy Star requirements.

If you're ready to make some home upgrades that will improve your home, save you money on installation and services, and improve your home's efficiency, we can help. We will give you more details about the IRA, answer any questions, and help you take advantage of all the incentives, rebates, and tax credits. Contact us today at Blaze Air to learn more about the IRA and our quality HVAC, plumbing, and electrical services you can trust.

*Disclaimer: "Brand Name" does not guarantee the availability of tax credits or rebate funds, nor the specific rebate or credit amounts that may be available to each individual. Rebates and tax credits are subject to change and may vary depending on factors such as geographic location, income level, and the specific details of the heating and cooling system being installed. In addition, please note that the information provided by "brand name" regarding tax credits is for general informational purposes only and should not be considered tax advice. Homeowners should consult with a qualified tax advisor to determine their eligibility for tax credits and to receive specific advice on their individual tax situation. "Brand Name" is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the information provided, and we make no guarantees or warranties regarding the availability or applicability of any tax credits or rebates.