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Energy-Efficiency Tax Credit

Tax break for select Lennox equipment.
In February 2009, The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expands tax credits to homeowners for energy-efficient appliances and improvements. As a four-time winner of the ENERGY STAR® Manufacturing Partner of the Year award—and the first and only winner in the heating and cooling industry—Lennox offers a complete selection of high-efficiency home comfort systems that are eligible for tax credits under the new plan.

If you are a Canadian resident, a 15% Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) may be claimed on high-efficiency furnace purchases of more than $1,000. If you purchase a SunSource™ Comfort System, you may also be eligible for financial incentives under the ecoENERGY Renewable Heat Program.

Qualifying Heating and Cooling Products from Lennox

Note: Units must be installed between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010 to be eligible for tax credits.

Tax credits are available at up to 30% of the cost of purchase and installation, up to $1,500,* for:

*    Furnaces such as the G71MPP with energy ratings of at least 95% AFUE

*    Air conditioners such as the XC14 with energy ratings of 16.00 SEER and 13.00 EER or higher

*    Heat pumps such as the XPG15 with energy ratings of 15.00 SEER, 12.50 EER and 8.50 HSPF or higher; this includes the XPG20 SunSource Comfort System™ central heat pump unit*

*    Boilers such as the high-efficiency GWB9-IH with 90% AFUE

*    Packaged systems such as the 15GCSX with energy ratings of 14.00 SEER, 12.00 EER, and  8.00 HSPF or higher

Tax credits are available at up to 30% of the cost, with no upper limit, for:

*    Photovoltaic energy installations such as the solar panel required to operate the SunSource® Comfort System central heat pump. An affordable alternative to a full-house solar system, SunSource is a first-of-its-kind system that uses renewable solar energy to reduce both your home electric usage and your utility costs.

Tax credits are available at up to 9% of the installed cost, up to $1,500, for:

*    Furnaces such as the G60V that do not qualify per AFUE rating but that incorporate an advanced main air circulating fan that uses no more than 2% of the furnace’s total energy

Please consult your tax expert on any tax credit to which you may be entitled.
Please note that not all ENERGY STAR products will qualify for a tax credit. For full details on tax credits available for home heating and cooling systems, visit energystar.gov.

* Tax credit calculation for the SunSource heat pump unit excludes cost of the solar installation component.