BREAKING: New California Heat Pump Incentive Can Save You Up to $6,000 On Heat Pump Installation
Are you in the market for a new HVAC system for your home? Then you may have perfect timing. As of December 7, 2021, Tech Clean California is offering homeowners in the San Diego area up to a $6,000 incentive on new heat pump HVAC system installation.
This offer is available from select contractors – and Same Day Heating & Air Conditioning is one of them! We front YOU the rebate as a discount – so the savings are instant!
Do You Have An Incentive To Get A New Heat Pump?
Why might you be thinking about a new HVAC system?
- Your energy bills are higher year over year
- Your system works but is inefficient
- Your system needs more continual maintenance year over year
- Your system has required multiple repair calls in the immediate past
- Your system is more than 10 years of age
Cost is what often holds homeowners hostage in purchasing a new HVAC system. The reality is, if your furnace or air conditioning meet any of the requirements listed above, you may be paying more to keep everything status quo.
Are Heat Pumps Right For My Home?
If you have a gas furnace and/or central air, you may want to think about switching over to a heat pump, which can be more energy-efficient.
Heat pumps cover both your heating and cooling needs and could save you money on your energy bill. Often the price difference in purchasing a heat pump can be offset by this cost savings – but now with an extra added cash incentive, homeowners should take a harder look.
Each home and each family situation are different from a cost and comfort standpoint. Same Day Heating and Air Conditioning promises to make a proper assessment and give you the most viable options that suit you and your family’s needs from a value perspective.
Why Is California Offering Such A Great Return On Heat Pumps?
TECH Clean California is a $120 million initiative designed to help advance the state’s mission to achieve carbon neutrality by 2045. They want homeowners to adopt low-emissions space and water heating technologies for single and multifamily homes, because traditional gas furnaces are a notable source of carbon footprint.
To see details, view the PDF for TECH Incentives here.