Our Las Vegas plumbing company wants customers to save money whenever possible (which is apparent in our awesome affordable prices)! We want to take it a step further and provide our customers with information regarding rebates and tax credits.
FEDERAL TAX CREDITS FOR OUR LAS VEGAS PLUMBING CUSTOMERS:
Through the end of 2016, the IRS is offering incentives for people who are switching to lower energy appliances (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act). Now this money saving tip is federal, which means it doesn’t just apply to our Las Vegas plumbing customers, but everyone in the US. Additionally, it is retroactive to purchases made in 2015 per The Consolidated Appropriations Act.
Cliff-Notes Version: Existing homes served as a principle residence qualify for 10% of credits for up to $500 or a set amount from $50-$300. Which means, not only do you save on energy monthly, but you also receive money back from Uncle Sam for it! It’s a win-win!
LOCAL REBATES FOR OUR LAS VEGAS PLUMBING CUSTOMERS:
Opting for a Las Vegas tankless water heater installation will provide cash back options and save on your monthly bill as well. Rinnai offers incentives on their units which will vary per unit. You can check out their rebate page to see what you qualify for. Innovative Plumbing Pros also offers “going green” discounts for Las Vegas Tankless Water Heater Installation.
The “get cash for your grass” rebate offered by the Southern Nevada Water Authority pays homeowners $2 per square foot of grass that is replaced with desert landscape. Homeowner’s will save on their monthly water bill and get paid by the local water company for doing it!
Southwest gas is currently offering rebates through the end of 2016. Like upgrading to an Energy Star certified clothes washer will get you $35! You can check out the rebate page on Southwest Gas’ site to see what other incentives they are offering.
So, there you have it! You not only save by hiring the best Las Vegas plumbers to make your plumbing repairs, but now you have all the info you need to save money elsewhere.