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Apart from all the energy you’ll be saving with a more efficient Carrier® system, you could be eligible for savings in the form of state and local rebates as well as rebates from Carrier during select promotional times.
The Cool Cash promotional period has ended. However, you can check the status of a previously submitted Cool Cash claim below. You might also qualify for financing options. Turn to your local Carrier expert for complete details on all our and financing options.
Many of our energy-efficient systems are eligible for state or federal tax credits. Find out if your system qualifies.
Once you’ve landed on one of our home comfort solutions, you may be inclined to check your credit card or home equity line for financing options. But before you tap into those resources, take a look at the flexible options we have available through Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. It offers a wide range of plans with features like:
To learn more about special financing promotions, contact your local Carrier expert. Participating Carrier dealers are identified in the dealer locator. Just look for a "$" icon or “financing available” beside their business names.
Given the cost and instability of energy sources like oil, the federal government encourages energy-efficient alternatives by offering tax credits on qualifying geothermal systems.
Geothermal heat pumps use electricity and draw thermal energy directly from the earth. Using your yard, pond or well, this ingenious technology enables you to enjoy higher energy efficiency inside your home – no matter how extreme the weather gets outside.
Go geothermal and you’ll see substantial savings on your energy bills year to year – and a big boost from Uncle Sam in the form of a one-time tax credit of up to 30% of the installed cost.
By tapping into the earth’s power with a geothermal system from Carrier, you could be saving energy in your home and money on your monthly heating and cooling bill.
A hundred bucks says you’ll love your next Carrier® product even more.
At Carrier, durability and reliability are built into all that we do. Many of our heat pumps, air conditioners and furnaces are still running decades after installation. Of course, we’re also known for innovation and fuel-efficiency breakthroughs. If you have a Carrier heat pump, air conditioner or furnace that’s 30 years old, you’re undoubtedly missing out on some very important benefits. As a thank-you for your loyalty, we’d like to make it worth your while to upgrade.
We’ll give you a $100 rebate check by mail when you trade in your 30-something-year-old Carrier air conditioner, heat pump or gas furnace for one of our Infinity® or Performance™ series units. The $100 rebate check is just the beginning of the savings you’ll see each month in the form of lower utility bills.
For more information about Carrier® products or to learn how your home can benefit from a Carrier system, contact a dealer today.
Homeowners may qualify for a Cool Cash rebate by purchasing qualifying Carrier equipment between September 1, 2016 and November 30, 2016. Equipment must be installed by December 15, 2016 and rebates submitted by December 30, 2016 by 6pm CT. Your Carrier expert must be a participating Cool Cash dealer. See your dealer for details regarding the specific dates of this promotion in your local market. ↩
Subject to credit approval. Contact a participating Carrier dealer for more details. ↩
For existing homeowners and those building a new home who install qualifying geothermal heating and cooling systems, a one-time tax credit is available totaling 30% of the installed cost of a residential ground loop or ground water geothermal heat pump.
To qualify for this credit, the system must meet current geothermal ENERGY STAR® requirements and be installed prior to December 31, 2016. For details, visit the ENERGY STAR® website. This notice is not to be considered tax advice. See your tax professional to determine how these credits would apply in your circumstance. ↩
Subject to credit approval. Ask for details. ↩
For qualifying models and more details, click here. ↩