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Tax Credits and Home Energy Improvement Programs

Energy-Efficient Upgrades

Enhance your home with energy-efficient upgrades and you could be eligible for tax credits. Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, there's a broader range of qualifying expenses and increased credit amounts. Let us guide you in evaluating these credits, whether they're for past expenditures or for energy improvements you're considering. Visit the IRS website for some very valuable resources and links.
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Home Energy Improvement Program

Georgia Power's 2023 Home Energy Improvement Program has rebates for your qualifying energy efficiency improvements. Below are improvements we thought may be of interest. For additional information on rebate application requirements, please email us at Marketing@daycosystems.com.

For Single Family & Manufactured Homes:

Mini-Split & Ground Source Heat Pumps

50% of cost up to $1,000

  • Must be ENERGY STAR certified as either Ductless Mini-Spilt Heat Pump or Geothermal Heat Pump

Smart Thermostat

50% of cost up to $75 for single family homes

  • Must be ENERGY STAR certified

Heat Pump Water Heater

50% of cost up to $500

  • Must be ENERGY STAR Certified

Duct Sealing

50% of cost up to $300

  • Majority of ducts must be in unconditioned space
  • A DET verifier must complete duct system testing and provide verification of a greater than or equal to 30% improvement in CFM25
  • Pre and Post CFM25 are required in the rebate application

Attic Insulation

50% of cost up to $250

  • Existing attic insulation must be less than R-19
  • Insulation must be installed across the entire attic structure
  • Add greater than or equal to R-38 and / or improve to comply with code as the structure allows
  • Homes with combustion appliances must pass combustion safety testing by a program contractor