Are There HVAC Tax Credits for New AC & Heating Units in 2019? We receive a lot of calls from people asking if there are any HVAC tax credits for new AC units. If you’re not already aware, HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. HVAC Contractors like Magic Touch Mechanical typically […]
Should I Wait for Manufacturer Rebates to Buy a New AC Unit? I’ve seen this question pop up several times in a Facebook Group I’m a member of so thought it would be good to share some industry insider secrets about the factory rebates manufacturers offer every year before the start of summer. […]
APS AC Rebate Program Placed on Hold Effective 3-7-18 In a surprising twist of events APS Qualified Contractors and participants in APS’s AC Rebate Program received a message late Friday afternoon March 2nd, that effective March 7, 2018 no more rebates would be issued to APS customers who replaced their existing air conditioning and […]
Utility Company Rebates for Air Conditioners – What’s the Rub? I’ve met people that generally loathe the local their power company. After all, these are the same companies that charge us thousands of dollars per year to keep the lights on, run our air conditioners, and wash our clothes on a daily basis, and most […]
Is an Energy Management System Right for Your Building or Business? As the owner of a medium-size contracting business in Mesa, AZ I know as well as the next entrepreneur that keeping operating expenses as low as possible equals a healthy bottom line. As the owner of both a commercial building which I lease back […]
Depending on the type of air conditioning or heat pump system you purchase, you may qualify for rebates and be eligible for energy tax credits.
SRP, one of our local power companies, is offering a rebate of up to $800 when you have a new high-efficient central air conditioner or heat pump installed.
Did you know that the government offers you savings on many of home improvements? Tax rebates for energy efficienct HVAC systems offer you even more ways to cut down on your comfort costs for the year.