What The Inflation Reduction Act Means For Your HVAC Equipment

Advice For Homeowners

As energy costs and environmental concerns continue to rise, understanding the Federal Government’s Inflation Reduction Act is crucial. In today’s blog, the heating and cooling experts at Cencal Mechanical will explore everything you need to know about the program – the incentives, credits and green technologies changing the way you heat and cool your home, and ensure a sustainable future.

Posted by Ignacio | May 16, 2024 | Reading Time: 3 minutes, 41 seconds

As energy costs and environmental concerns continue to rise, understanding the Federal Government’s Inflation Reduction Act is crucial to mitigating the effects on your wallet and the planet.

In today’s blog, the heating and cooling experts at Cencal Mechanical will explore everything you need to know about the program – the incentives, credits and green technologies changing the way you heat and cool your home, and ensure a sustainable future.

Cencal Mechanical is the Central Valley’s trusted source for heating and cooling system installation, maintenance and repair, and we’re proud to offer 7 day, quick response service. Contact us today.

Having an energy efficient home could save you money in the long run on energy bills!

What Is The Inflation Reduction Act?

The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is the largest investment into clean energy we’ve seen yet. The act aims to create jobs and revitalize communities, while lowering energy bills, and increasing our independence from fossil fuels with a renewed focus on green energy.

By 2030 the IRA will provide clean energy to power every home, save the average homeowner $1000 a year on energy bills, and deliver a wide range of incentives and rebates to benefit you and your family.

Impact On Energy Bills

Investing in more efficient HVAC systems not only aligns with California’s robust environmental goals, but also reduces the monthly strain on our wallets! By upgrading, California homeowners can enjoy reduced energy consumption and increased home comfort particularly during the hot summer months on the horizon.

The efficiency of these systems means less energy is wasted, resulting in direct savings for households. On average, California homeowners can save anywhere from 20-40% annually with the installation of a heat pump and other high-efficiency systems.

Heat Pumps are just one energy efficiency upgrade that you could add on to your home.

Energy Efficient Upgrades

Examples of eligible equipment upgrades for your home include:

To learn more about eligible home upgrades from Cencal Mechanical, call our friendly team today!

Next Steps

If you’re interested in taking advantage of all the IRA has to offer contact the experienced team at Cencal Mechanical! Our team has installed thousands of upgrades for California homeowners who want to enjoy an energy-conscious, climate-controlled home.

We’ll conduct a comprehensive energy audit of your home, identifying current issues and areas for improvement. We’ll then provide you with detailed equipment recommendations that qualify for the numerous rebates and incentives offered by the act.

We’re also proud to offer comprehensive financing options, and installation starts as low as $150/month, so call us today!

Trust the experts at Cencal Mechanical for all your preventive maintenance.

The Importance of Regular, Preventative Maintenance

The best way to ensure your new heating and cooling system works efficiently year round is by signing up for Cencal’s exclusive Gold Membership. For a low monthly fee, you’ll get routine maintenance, priority service, special discounts and maintain your unit’s warranty.

When you become a Cencal Mechanical Gold Member you can spend your time making memories with the ones you love, instead of worrying about home comfort. Contact us today to learn more!

The Inflation Reduction Act is a wonderful opportunity for California residents looking to upgrade their heating and cooling systems. With financial incentives aimed at boosting efficiency and sustainable practices, the act not only makes it easier for homeowners to invest in greener technology but also supports their climate goals.

As we continue to move towards a more sustainable future, understanding these opportunities will be crucial to making more informed decisions about home energy use and investments. We can’t wait to see where we go from here!

Frequently Asked Questions about the install process, and warranties that are offered.

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does installation take?

No two installations are the same. While most can be completed in one day, the time it takes to install your new high-efficiency system depends greatly on the size and type of equipment and the complexity of your home’s systems. Our experts will do their best to give you an accurate estimate on expected installation timelines during your diagnostic visit.

How long will my new system last?

Your new system will always benefit from regular maintenance, as explained above. And you can expect new equipment to operate normally for at least 10 years, and up to 15 years when well-maintained units. Our installations are always completed with care and designed to maximize each model’s lifespan.

Are there any warranties on new system installation?

We’re proud to offer a 10 year parts warranty on all new HVAC systems. Contact us today to learn more.

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