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Save $50 on Your First Service Call * or
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*One offer per NEW customer. Offer valid through June 30, 2023.
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2023 York AC & Heat Pump Rebates up to $480 Plus a No-Cost Extended Warranty
Spring & Summer Savings: March 1–September 30, 2023
Take advantage of big savings when you upgrade your air conditioner or heat pump this spring or summer! You can receive up to $480 in rebates when you purchase qualifying York equipment* from Symbiont Service, your York Certified Comfort Expert. Combine this offer with Florida Power & Light’s $150 Instant Rebate and the YORKCare™ Protection Plan extended warranty** to maximize your savings!
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*Rebates offer valid only on select York air conditioner and heat pump models purchased and installed March 1–September 30, 2023. Terms and Conditions apply. Contact Symbiont Service Corp for more information: 941.474.9306.
**With the purchase of a qualifying York air conditioner or heat pump system. YORKCare™ Protection Plan offer ends December 31, 2023. Contact Symbiont Service Corp for further information: 941.474.9306.
30% Federal Tax Credit on GeoThermal Heat Pumps
Saving Americans Money on Renewable Energy Improvements
What is the Tax Credit?1
The renewable energy tax credit covers 30% of the total system cost, including installation, of GeoThermal heat pumps meeting the requirements of the ENERGY STAR program. Under the Inflation Reduction Act in August 2022, the GeoThermal tax credits have been extended through December 31, 2034. The 30% tax credit may also be retroactively applied to GeoThermal systems placed in service on January 1, 2022, or later.
Residential Tax Credit
You’ll want to act soon to save the most on Your GeoThermal installation. The 30% tax credit will reduce to 26% in 2033, then to 22% in 2034, before it expires altogether.
|30% Tax Credit
|26% Tax Credit
|22% Tax Credit
Commercial Tax Credit
The commercial tax credit is extended under a two-tier structure:
- A “base rate” of 6% (or 1/5 of the bonus rate)
- A “bonus rate” of 30%
The tax credit will reduce in 2033 and again in 2034, so you will want to act soon to make the most of the available savings.
Credit for commercial geothermal installation rates:
/ 6% Base
/ 5.2% Base
/ 4.4% Base
How Do I Apply?
To claim residential tax credit, fill out IRS Form 5695 and file it with your tax returns. The 2022 form 5695 has not been released yet, but you can get the 2021 Form 5695 here. If you have already filed your return, you will need to file an amended return (Form 1040X) to claim these credits. Save your receipts and the Manufacturer’s Certification Statement2 for your records. Please contact the IRS directly, or talk to your tax professional, with questions on how to file.
To claim the commercial tax credit, consult with your tax professional, or contact the IRS directly.
Learn More about the GeoThermal Federal Tax Credit
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1 Disclaimer: The tax credit information contained within this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to substitute for expert advice from a professional tax/financial planner or the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The information was adapted from documents published by GeoExchange and WaterFurnace following the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act in August 2022. Statements on this page are being finalized by the federal government and are subject to change and interpretation. To understand what you qualify for, please see your tax professional.
2 A Manufacturer’s Certification Statement is a signed statement from the manufacturer certifying that the product or component qualifies for the tax credit. Manufacturers should provide these Certifications on their website. Call the manufacturer, or search their website. EPA does not have copies of the Manufacturer’s Certification Statement. Taxpayers must keep a copy of the certification statement for their records, but do not have to submit a copy with their tax return.