Save Your Air and Save Money with Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning Published on April 06, 2017 If you invested in qualifying energy-efficient home improvements in 2016, you could qualify for a tax credit of up to $500 when you file your 2016 taxes. This credit, part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, is no longer valid for purchases made this year, but don’t get too distressed yet: many rebates and incentives are still being offered by local utility and energy providers on energy-efficient upgrades such as heating and cooling systems, insulation, and water heaters. “Electric and gas providers are continuing their efforts to help homeowners conserve energy and save money by offering valuable rebates and incentives, even though the federal tax credit has expired,” said Dave Moody, Vice President of Marketing for Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. Did you know that upgrading your heating and air conditioning system to a newer, more efficient system can save up to 50% on energy bills? Did you also know that the optimal level of attic insulation can save up to 20% on heating and cooling bills? Not only does this directly influence your wallet, it also gives a significant environmental benefit. Speaking of the environment, studies show that if one in 10 households upgraded to ENERGY STAR®-rated heating and air conditioning equipment, it would get rid of 13 billion pounds of greenhouse gas emissions each year. Now that really helps #ServetheEarth and #SaveYourAir! To help our customers make the most of these benefits and the rebates, Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is offering discounts through June 9th on home comfort systems! Our team of NATE-certified technicians provide free in-home comfort analysis and estimates, furnace and A/C tune-ups, and smart technology like wi-fi thermostats that can help decrease energy consumption in your home. To learn more about how improving your home energy affects the environment, visit SaveYourAir.com.