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Now is the Time for a New, High-Efficiency Furnace

High-Efficiency Furnace

If your furnace is more than 15 years old, it’s probably only 60-70% efficient, which means that 30-40% of every dollar you spend on fuel disappears out the exhaust pipe or through the ductwork.

Installing a new, high-efficiency furnace will cut waste down to 5%, reducing your gas bill and providing you with a reliable heating source for years to come.

A high-efficiency furnace, not only reduces your gas bill in the long run, it can also earn you a tax credit up to $1,500. The federal government is currently offering an energy tax credit of 30% of the cost of installing a new, high-efficiency furnace in your principal residence.

A tax credit is even better than a deduction for the tax payer.  A deduction only reduces the income you have to claim, whereas a tax credit is subtracted directly from the amount of taxes you owe.

But you have to act soon, because this tax credit expires on December 31, 2010.

Email Welter Heating, located in Minneapolis, MN.  Or call now at 612-825-6867 for a quote on installing a new, high-efficiency furnace before December 31, 2010.

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Now is the Time for a New, High-Efficiency Furnace

High-Efficiency Furnace

If your furnace is more than 15 years old, it’s probably only 60-70% efficient, which means that 30-40% of every dollar you spend on fuel disappears out the exhaust pipe or through the ductwork.

Installing a new, high-efficiency furnace will cut waste down to 5%, reducing your gas bill and providing you with a reliable heating source for years to come.

A high-efficiency furnace, not only reduces your gas bill in the long run, it can also earn you a tax credit up to $1,500. The federal government is currently offering an energy tax credit of 30% of the cost of installing a new, high-efficiency furnace in your principal residence.

A tax credit is even better than a deduction for the tax payer.  A deduction only reduces the income you have to claim, whereas a tax credit is subtracted directly from the amount of taxes you owe.

But you have to act soon, because this tax credit expires on December 31, 2010.

Email Welter Heating, located in Minneapolis, MN.  Or call now at 612-825-6867 for a quote on installing a new, high-efficiency furnace before December 31, 2010.

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