Up to half of your home’s energy bill can be spent on heating and cooling working to keep your home comfortable. Don’t let extreme Florida weather take a toll on your power bill — have your HVAC system checked out to ensure it’s running as efficiently as possible.
For additional savings, you may apply for a tax credit of up to $2000 administered by the IRS. Learn more about how a new HVAC unit and other residential renewable energy products can qualify for these federal tax credits starting January 1, 2023.
A new system should save you money on your energy bill. Your actual savings depends on the size of your HVAC system, the size of your home, and how well insulated your home is.
It’s also a wise energy investment that can result in major savings on monthly energy bills for many homeowners.
You should consider a new, more energy-efficient HVAC system if your current system:
Keeping your HVAC system running at peak efficiency can make a big difference in your energy costs and extend the life of your equipment. Whether you own a single-family or a multi-family residence, proper maintenance is key. This includes indoor and outdoor coil cleanings, as well as a performance diagnosis of your system’s other refrigeration components.
SEER stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio and is a measure of an A/C system’s average annual cooling efficiency. The higher the SEER, the more efficient the unit.
With FPL's $150 instant incentive, getting a new energy-efficient HVAC system for your home is no sweat. A new system will not only contribute to your home’s overall comfort; it can help you save money on your energy bill year after year.
A participating independent contractor (PIC) is an independent business you can hire to install your new HVAC system. These businesses have agreed to comply with FPL's program standards but are not employed by FPL.
When you're ready to upgrade to a new, energy-efficient HVAC system, and it meets the incentive qualifications, follow these simple steps:
To qualify for the FPL $150 instant incentive, the new HVAC system must be: