MidAmerican Rebates Decreasing By 40% in 2018
Yes, you read that right. MidAmerican HVAC rebates are decreasing by nearly 40% in 2018, which means you could be losing out on an average of $800 per heating and cooling system. Don’t miss out on easy money back in your pocket. Get your new furnace or air conditioning installed by Friday, December 29th to lock in rebates & savings! Questions? Give our office a call at 515-635-5525. We’re happy to answer any of your rebate questions.

What You Need To Know About HVAC Rebates
Rebates can help reduce your overall bill and here’s why you MUST take advantage in 2017:
  1. Higher efficiency units cost more, but can result in bigger rebates and incentives.
    Not only are higher efficiency units better for your home, they’re better for your pocketbook in the long run. While higher efficiency systems often are priced more, they also tend to come with greater rebates and government incentives. Check out the 2017 MidAmerican rebates here.
  2. Incentives are offered by federal, state or local governments and utility companies and change frequently without notice.
    If you’re shopping for an item, you buy it when it’s on sale, right? Right! An HVAC rebate is the same way. Take advantage of 2017 rebates before they decrease. HVAC incentives often come in the form of direct rebates, tax credits or tax deductions and can sometimes total more than $1,000 per system, depending on your location and the type of system purchased.
  3. The SEER is Rising!
    Incentives for air conditioners and heat pumps are generally tied to efficiency ratings and performance. In 2017 the minimum SEER is 14.5. In 2018, the minimum SEER will rise to 15. So what’s SEER?  The efficiency of air conditioning systems in the U.S. is measured by Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating or SEER. Heat pumps are measured by Heating Seasonal Performance Factor or HSPF.  A higher SEER or HSPF number signifies higher efficiency.
Is a 2017 Rebate Worth Spending The Money Now?
Yes! When trying to decide if a higher efficiency system with incentives is worth the cost, it’s helpful to calculate the expected payback, or time required before additional efficiency savings cover the cost of the unit. Click here to calculate your payback within 5, 10 and 15 years. Your exact payback will depend on the system cost, amount of incentive, cost of electricity, and your regional climate. Call us today at 515-635-5525 to answer any 2017 rebate questions you might have.