New Jersey residents who are utilizing energy efficient appliances can get renewable tax credits from the US Department of Energy. The following heating and cooling technologies that meet energy efficient standards are applicable for these tax credits: boilers, heat pumps, central air conditioners, water heaters, building insulation, furnaces, roofs, windows and circulating fans used in a qualifying furnace.
The Entech Group has found that homeowners spend an average of 44% of their utility bills on the cost of heating and cooling in NJ. In order to see drastic savings on their utility bills, homeowners should switch to energy efficient systems.
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Energy efficient cooling and heating units in NJ purchased as early as 2009 maybe be eligible for this personal tax credit. Under this new incentive, homeowners can receive up to $1,500 in tax credits. More information about this incentive can be found online here.
Over the years, The Entech Group has helped many homeowners in NJ heat their homes more efficiently. In addition to the complete removal of underground storage tanks, they also of natural gas heating systems. If natural gas is not available in a certain area, The Entech Group can replace out of date oil heating equipment with new, more efficient units.
Those who are interested in more efficient heating and cooling in NJ can contact The Entech Group for information about their complete HVAC services for residential and commercial customers.