Coleman’s high-efficiency furnaces and air conditioners qualify for tax credits under the $787 economic stimulus bill signed into law earlier this year, company officials said.
“All Coleman 33-inch
condensing furnace models exceed the minimum 95 percent AFUE (annual fuel utilization
efficiency) requirements for these tax credits in 2009,” said Brian Michael,
Coleman brand manager. “In addition, 12 different gas-fired residential furnace
models achieve 97 to 98 percent AFUE, making them the most efficient in the
industry. For split-system air conditioners and heat pumps, the expansion of
the Coleman LX series and Echelon series provides more models at higher
efficiency levels than ever before.”
The American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act provides homeowners with tax credits up to 30 percent of the
total cost, including installation, up to $1,500. It applies to products
installed through 2010.
"When the federal tax credits
are combined with Coleman's industry-leading consumer rebate program, which
offers up to $1,700 cash back, 6-months same-as-cash financing options,
competitive warranties, reduced energy bills, improved comfort and any
applicable local utility rebates, our dealer network is able to provide an
array of sustainable, high-efficiency home comfort systems that should be an
easy sell,” Michael added.
HVAC units meet stimulus requirements, Coleman says
May 14, 2009