Loading. Please wait.


Rebates And Tax Credits On Rheem Products

What equipment qualifies for the credit?
High-efficiency water heaters, furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, central air conditioners, building insulation, windows, roofs, biomass stoves, and circulating fans used in qualifying gas furnaces. Please see the chart below, which details the qualifying Rheem equipment.

When does the tax credit expire?
This tax credit expired at the end of 2013, however The Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 retroactively renewed this tax credit effective January 1, 2014, expiring again on December 31, 2014.

What's the maximum amount that a homeowner can receive in tax credits?
The maximum amount an eligible homeowner may receive in tax credits for improvements is $500. If you have already claimed credits of $500 or more from improvements made in 2011 or any year prior, you are ineligible to claim new credits for any new improvements made during 2012, 2013, or 2014.

Can these tax credits be applied to energy-efficient equipment purchased for a second home?
In order for purchases of high-efficiency heating, cooling and water heating equipment to be eligible for this tax credit, the equipment must be installed in a primary residence that is owned and used by the taxpayer 

What do I need to do to take advantage of this tax credit?
Your local contractor who installs the equipment can help make sure that you have the right documentation needed to claim the tax credit.

$300 Tankless Gas Water Heater EF >= 0.82 or TE >=90
$300 Heat Pump Water Heater EF >= 2.0
$150 High-Efficiency Gas Furnace AFUE >= 95
$150 High-Efficiency Gas Boiler AFUE >= 95
$300 High-Efficiency Central A/C System Must meet highest tier of efficiency established by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency
$300 Electric Heat Pump Must meet highest tier of efficiency established by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency