Explore Energy Tax Credits and Rebates for Georgia Residents to Boost Home Efficiency.

Last August, the federal government introduced the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) to cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 40% by 2030.

This legislation has significantly impacted two key tax incentives:
  • Energy Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit (25C)
  • High Efficiency Electric Home Rebate Program (HEEHRP)
At Precision Heating & Air, we provide a wide selection of ENERGY STAR® certified HVAC and water heater products that qualify for these incentives. Use the calculator below to determine your eligibility. If you have any questions about the new tax credits and rebates, our knowledgeable team is ready to assist you.


Frequently Asked Questions

Homeowners, as well as renters for specific expenses, who invest in energy-efficient appliances and products.

Complete IRS Form 5695 according to the provided IRS instructions and submit it with your tax return. Be sure to attach any pertinent product receipts.

Consumers can claim the same or different credits each year for new product purchases, though certain credits have annual limits.

Eligible products include electric or natural gas heat pumps, electric or natural gas heat pump water heaters, central air conditioners, natural gas, propane, or oil water heaters, and natural gas, propane, or oil furnaces or hot water boilers that meet or exceed the efficiency standards set by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency. Additionally, solar water heating products certified for performance by the Solar Rating Certification Corporation or an equivalent entity approved by the state government where the product is installed also qualify.

Reduce Your Utility Bills by Upgrading to a High-Efficiency Air Conditioner

Switching to a high-efficiency air conditioner can lead to significant monthly energy savings. Air conditioners are rated by their efficiency using the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). A higher SEER value indicates a more energy-efficient system.

Older AC units generally have a SEER value between 8 and 12, while newer models boast SEER values from 13 to 25, making them much more economical to run. To estimate how much you could save by upgrading to a more efficient air conditioner, contact Precision Heating & Air today.

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