When you upgrade to a more energy efficient air conditioner or heat pump, not only can you lower your energy bill, but you can also save some cash come tax season. On January 1, 2023, new federal tax credit provisions under the Inflation Reduction Act came into effect. These new tax credits help reduce the cost of certain energy efficient improvements to homes and businesses—including air conditioners, heat pumps, and other home appliances and upgrades.
Hurricane season in Englewood, Florida may seem a long way off, but for our service technicians and for homeowners in Florida hurricane season is one in which we know we need to prepare for — before, during and after. We have tips on how homeowners can prepare for hurricane season.
Give our HVAC professionals a call and let’s discuss your residential heating and air conditioning needs whether we are in hurricane season or not. You may stock up on supplies for your family and pets, but do you think about the care your HVAC unit would need in order to make it through the storm without any — or minimal damage? Taking time now to prepare for hurricane season could safe you costly repairs later.
Did you upgrade your air conditioner in 2021 or 2022? Keep reading this post for information about the Non-Business Energy Property Tax Credits, which were extended and apply retroactively through 12/31/2022.
In addition to bringing you benefits like lower electric bills, your new AC could save you some cash this tax season.
In 2022, the government extended the Non-Business Energy Property Tax Credits on residential air conditioning equipment. This means that certain qualifying air conditioners and heat pumps installedthrough December 31, 2022 are eligible for a $300 tax credit.
The tax credit also retroactively applies to new air conditioners installed in the 2018-2021 tax year. (The tax credit originally expired December 31, 2017.) If you have not previously claimed the Non-Business Energy Property Tax Credit, consult with your tax professional for details.
Bbbrrrr. It’s cold outside, but is it time to turn on the heat? Some people will wear sweaters and put off turning on the heat as long as possible. Others will turn on the heat at the first sign of temperatures below seventy degrees! The geothermal air conditioning experts from Symbiont Air Conditioning regularly talk with their customers about the “perfect” time to turn on the heater for the season.
Hint: There is no perfect time! Just as when you turn on the air conditioning for the first time each year, turning on the heat is personal as well. Although there are some indicators that we offer to help you know when to make the switch from AC to heat.
Like much of the rest of the country, Florida home and business owners are in a state of quarantine and social distancing because of #coronavirus (COVID-19) If you’re wondering about coronavirus and your indoor air quality, we want to offer some insight.
Because the professionals at Symbiont Air Conditioning are considered essential employees we are fielding calls all the time about coronavirus and its impacts on our health because so many of us are confined to their homes.
Will the air filter in the HVAC unit trap and kill coronavirus? Here is what we know.
Whether you’re a new homeowner or a long-time homeowner, there are home maintenance projects that you need to perform either annually or more frequently. We have 5 money-saving home maintenance projects that you may well be aware of, or projects you may have forgotten to perform.
These projects could save you money simply because they are ones that seal your house up for efficiency or because they protect areas of your home you may not have thought about recently.
You don’t want to wake up one day to an unexpected project like a flooded basement, leaking roof or broken HVAC unit! That is no way to start a day, weekend, nor is it one that you may have a savings account set aside for to address.
These projects should be at the top of every homeowner’s to-do list to keep your house as intact as possible.