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Fall Cool Cash is here!

Fall Cool Cash is here!

The 2015 Fall Cool Cash Promotion is here!  

Beginning on August 1st, 2015, homeowners can receive a rebate up to $1450 on qualifying systems.  Call Total Comfort Systems for details.

Sales contract signed                    Aug 1-Nov 15, 2015
Installation Completed                   Aug 1-Nov 30, 2015
Homeowners Claims processed   Aug 1-Dec 15, 2015
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Factory Authorized Dealers

Different isn't always "better," but "better" is always different. There's no doubt about it: a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer is different. And, is a dealer that makes a difference... in customer comfort, customer satisfaction and in the local community. But, "different" isn't enough. What makes a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer stand out is the unparalleled performance the company offers-true excellence in every aspect of operations, product solutions and technical know-how.

 When choosing a dealer, look for the Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer emblem which indicates your dealer has met our high standards for superior skills... superior service... superior products... superior comfort... and a superior promise-in writing-of 100% satisfaction, guaranteed. This is what your Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer and the dealership emblem stand for.
 All Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers have as a part of their team, at least half of their service technicians who have earned North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certification. NATE is the leading certification program for technicians in the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration industry and is the only test supported by the entire industry.

Introduction to Tax Credits

This is a short memo on valuable federal income tax credits for consumers who purchase fuel-efficient hybrid-electric or diesel vehicles and who make certain, specified energy-efficiency upgrades to their homes. These credits, which started in 2006, were changed most recently in the "stimulus" bill in February 2009.

Consumers who employ energy-efficient products in their homes or drive fuel-efficient vehicles enjoy multiple benefits. At home, these benefits include lower home energy bills, increased indoor comfort, and reduced air pollution. On the road, consumers will increase their gas mileage so they lower their gasoline costs, and they will dramatically reduce the amount of air pollution from their vehicles.

In addition to helping savvy consumers lower their energy bills at home and on the road, the energy-efficient products eligible for the new federal tax credits actually lower the amount of federal income taxes that these taxpayers must pay Uncle Sam.

What is a tax credit? You don’t receive an income tax credit when you buy the product, like an instant rebate. You claim the credit on your federal income tax form at the end of the year. The credit then increases the tax refund you receive or decreases the amount you have to pay.

Tax credits vs. tax deductions: In general, a tax credit is more valuable than a similar tax deduction. A tax credit reduces the tax you pay, dollar-for-dollar. Tax deductions – such as those for home mortgages and charitable giving – lower your taxable income. If you are in the highest 35-percent tax bracket, the income tax you pay is reduced by 35 percent of the value of a tax deduction. But a tax credit reduces your federal income tax by 100 percent of the amount of the credit.

Please note: We at Total Comfort Sytems HVAC experts on energy efficiency, not taxes, and we do not provide tax advice; you may want to consult a tax professional.