Specials

Xcel Energy Rebates


High-Efficiency Cooling (AC or ASHP) – Effective October 1st 2018

SEER 13 – 14.5/EER 12
New Unit: $300
Trade-in: $0
Maximum Rebate: $300
SEER 15/EER 12.5
New Unit : $600
Trade-in: $0
Maximum Rebate: $600
SEER 16, EER 13
New Unit: $600
Trade-in: $0
Maximum Rebate: $600
SEER 17/EER 13
New Unit: $600
Trade-in: $0
Maximum Rebate: $600

 
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  • We’re one of the Contractors on Xcel Energy AC registered contractor list. We have our NATE-certified technicians that perform quality installation techniques during installation process. Our Sales Consultants also perform a load calculation for proper sizing.
  • Only new equipment located on ahridirectory.org qualifies for a rebate.

Furnaces

95% AFUE and above efficiency: $300 – BONUS $300 (for a Limited time)

Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) In New Furnace : $100

Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) Change-out Existing : $100

More Info:

  • Only new equipment located on ahridirectory.org qualifies for a rebate.
  • Customers must have electric service to qualify for the ECM rebate, and gas service to qualify for the furnace rebate. Qualifying customers may receive both a furnace and an ECM rebate.

Water Heating

Standard Tank
.67 EF
$70
Tankless
.90 EF
$100
Electric Heat Pump Water Heater
$450

 
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Federal Energy Efficiency Tax Credit – 2017 Status

The federal tax credit for high-efficiency HVAC products ended on December 31, 2016, while solar tax credits are extended through 2021.

There have been inquires about the possibility of an extension of tax credits for 2017. As the new Administration and Congress reviews tax policy, we have to wait and see if these credits will either be extended, modified or eliminated. Gustafson Heating & Air cannot speculate on the likelihood of an extension, modification or elimination, but our manufactures Government Affairs Department continuously monitors tax related legislation and will communicate any additional information as it becomes available to us.

The best source for U.S. tax credits is https://www.energystar.gov/about/federal_tax credits.