Geothermal Home Heating And Cooling: Steady Comfort Meets Shrinking Costs.

Switching your home heating and cooling to a geothermal system is an energy-smart choice that could save you a lot of money on your monthly utility bills.

A geothermal system taps into the earth’s even, steady underground temperatures to regulate the comfort of your home with great efficiency. At Bentley’s Air Conditioning, we find that reductions in home comfort costs as high as 70 percent are common for our Lebanon – Wilson County, Tennessee customers. What’s more, geothermal systems are quiet, clean, easy to maintain and extremely dependable, providing exceptional humidity and temperature control.

Put Cost-Cutting Tax Credits In Your Corner.

Here’s more good news. To help offset the costs of geothermal installations and promote sustainable energy, in February 2018 the U.S. government reinstated significant tax credits toward the purchase of a geothermal heat pump system. These credits are applied directly to your income taxes for the year in which the system was purchased and installed.

Tax credits:

  • Amount to 30% of the geothermal system’s cost, with no upper limit.*
  • Apply to both the cost of the heat pump and installation.
  • Are valid for geothermal systems at a primary residence or secondary home. (The credit cannot be taken for systems installed at rental properties.)

At Bentley’s Air Conditioning, our geothermal experts know how to install and service your system to enhance home comfort year-round and provide peak energy savings over the long run. For added peace of mind, we provide a 10-year warranty on both parts and labor.

For more information on geothermal heating and cooling in Lebanon – Wilson County, Tennessee, and for help finding a system that will qualify for all available tax credits, call the Bentley’s team at (615) 444-1452.

*Tax credit is subject to IRS regulations. Consult a tax professional for advice on tax preparation.

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