ATTENTION: The federal HVAC credit was not renewed for 2017. In the interest of public awareness, we are maintaining this page and will update it in the future if the federal HVAC credit is ever renewed. Thank you!
ACCESSIBLE FOR EQUIPMENT BOUGHT AND INSTALLED BETWEEN 2012 – 2016
The U.S. government renewed the 25C tax credit for high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment in 2015. This credit is accessible as part of a bigger [incentive|enticement|inducement]6] for home energy-efficiency progress.
What it covers
- Equipment installed in a current home and in your primary residence; new construction or rentals do not count
- Up to 10 percent of the cost to $500, or a specific amount from $50 to $300
- If you obtained $500 or more for developments to the facade of your home (i.e. windows, skylights, doors, roofing, insulation) from 2006 to 2014, your HVAC purchase made between 2012-2016 will not be eligible
- If you claimed $500 or less, you may qualify for a credit, but you may not get the full amount defined
- $300 maximum credit offered for eligible central air conditioners, heat pumps, packaged units and ductless mini-split systems
- $150 maximum credit accessible for eligible furnaces and boilers