Tax credits for geothermal are still in force
The temperature inside a NASCAR vehicle cockpit can reach as high as 120F. So it's easy to understand why NASCAR racers want the best in home comfort. For maximum comfort and efficiency in his new home in Charlotte, NC, four-time NASCAR champion Jeff Gordon selected an Envision™ geothermal comfort system from WaterFurnace International, Inc.
Available in seven single-speed sizes and five dual-capacity sizes, Envision units feature efficient Copeland Scroll™ compressors and coated air coils that resist corrosion and increase equipment life. In addition, a sophisticated microprocessor control sequences all components during operation for optimum performance and provides easy-to-use troubleshooting features with fault lights and on-board diagnostics.
Unit configurations in the Envision line include horizontal, vertical top discharge and vertical bottom discharge. Heavy-gauge metal cabinets are coated with durable poly paint for long- lasting protection. All Envision series units exceed performance standards for the ENERGY STAR rating and are eligible for tax credits available through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 – 30 percent of the total investment for a geothermal system installed before Dec. 31, 2016. This tax incentive is retroactive to Jan. 1, 2009.
Homeowners can also take advantage of utility rebates and state and local tax incentives where available to make geothermal systems more affordable than ever. To learn more about geothermal comfort systems, visit the WaterFurnace website at www.waterfurnace.com.