Receive a tax credit on air conditioners for Kentucky residents
Looking to save on your HVAC system purchase or energy-related home improvements? Your DFH product could qualify for the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit on a residential property.
Recent legislation means your HVAC home improvements may offer you more than energy savings. Receive a tax credit on energy-efficient systems with DFH. Learn more and discover how you can maximize savings with DFH’s products with a federal tax credits.
Earn an HVAC tax credit with DFH’s energy-efficient air conditioners and systems in Kentucky
What is this tax credit?
Purchasing certain HVAC systems, like some of our Trane products, that make energy-related improvements to your home may qualify for federal tax credits.
What products qualify for this tax credit?
- Split system heat pump – Split system heat pumps have both an indoor and outdoor unit. Your system must meet all the following efficiency ratings: 15 SEER, 12.5 EER, 8.5 HSPF
- Split air conditioning system – Split system air conditioners have both an indoor and outdoor unit. Your A/C must meet all the following efficiency ratings: 16 SEER, 13 EER
- Packed air conditioning – Packaged systems are all-in-one solutions with most of the equipment housed in a single cabinet. Your A/C must meet the following efficiency ratings: 14 SEER, 12 EER
- Heat pumps of duel fuel products – Heat pumps use electricity to heat and cool your home. Dual fuel systems use a combination of electricity and natural gas. Your system must meet all the following efficiency ratings: 14 SEER, 12 EER, 8 HSPF
- Advanced main air circulating fans – Advanced main air circulating fans can be found in gas furnaces and packaged systems. Packaged systems are all-in-one solutions with most of the equipment housed in a single cabinet. The fan should utilize no more than 2% of the furnace’s total energy.
How do I receive my tax rebate?
- We will provide you with the Manufacturer’s AHRI certificate.
- Consult your tax professional on all the ways to take advantage of the new energy tax credits.
To learn more about the Energy-Efficient Home Improvement Tax Credit, visit Energy Incentive for Individuals from the IRS.
Information about the qualified systems and how to claim Home Improvement Tax Credits for 2023 and beyond is dependent on the release of application instruction from the IRS. Additionally, the rebate programs vary from state to state, and can differ depending on your income. Please refer to the IRS for details.