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Federal Geothermal HVAC Tax Credit Ends on December 31, 2016

Geothermal HVAC Tax Credit Homeowners and residential property owners throughout Texas have just a short time to earn a federal tax credit for up to 30% of the total cost of installing a qualifying geothermal heating and air conditioning system at their residence or residential investment properties. This program, which began in 2009, expires at the end of 2016, and a new system must be fully installed by December 31, 2016 to qualify. While this tax credit program may be renewed after 2016, there is no certainty of that. So, if you live in the Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth or San Antonio areas, the time to act is now. Here is the information you need to know about this tax credit, which can offset the higher initial cost of a geothermal heat pump system. Then, your highly efficient heating and cooling system will save you money through lower energy bills throughout its lifetime:

Find a Texas Heating and AC Company for Supply and Installation

There are many the experienced, trusted heating and air conditioning companies that specialize in selling and installing geothermal ground source heat pump systems across Texas, from LaVernia, Seguin and Macdona to Campbellton, Fentriss and McQueeney in the San Antonio area, from Mineral Wells, Cleburne and Rockwall to Desoto, Cedar Hill and Frisco in the Dallas Fort Worth area, and from Dobbin, Pasadena and La Porte to Conroe, Rosharon and Baytown in the Houston area. Find contractors in your area and call them right away for a free consultation and price quote on systems that qualify for this money-saving tax credit. There is still time to have a new geothermal system installed in 2016 to qualify for this federal tax credit. If you act quickly, you’ll save 30% of the total cost on this year’s IRS taxes, and then continue to save money on your energy bills throughout its lifetime.