Tax Rebates for Homeowners in the Four Corners

December 1st, 2022
Rebates are available, ask us about these possible options for you!

Most of us don’t typically associate tax season with something to be excited about, but maybe this coming year will be different for you. This summer, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 was signed into law, which extended benefits for homeowners who can claim various residential upgrades as tax rebates of up to $500. 

            Were you one of the many homeowners who upgraded your heat pump, furnace, AC unit, or water heater this year out of necessity? While it may have been an inconvenient setback, you may be eligible for federal or state government rebates for the 2022 tax filing season. Homeowners often don’t realize there are government incentives for upgrading various parts of their homes to energy-efficient standards. The rebates can apply to windows, doors, insulation, high-efficiency heating systems, air conditioning systems, and water heaters. If you’re curious about which items you purchased that fall under the correct eligibility, you can head to  https://www.energystar.gov/rebate-finder and browse their website to learn more.

            For homeowners that upgraded their heating and air-conditioning systems, Robbins can help you gather the necessary information to maximize your tax preparation. We assist with identifying the products purchased, determining if the equipment meets the eligibility standards, and supplying you with the required documents to receive a tax refund or rebate. Robbins will issue you an AHRI certificate that you’ll need to hang on to until you’re ready to file your taxes. It’s that simple!

            If you’ve been planning to upgrade some of your residential equipment that falls into these categories, your purchase will qualify through December 31, 2022. Now is the perfect time to make the most of your home’s potential in preparation not only for the upcoming winter but for the added benefit of the tax rebates and refunds. No need to feel in over your head if you aren’t sure about what kind of equipment would be most beneficial for your living space. The professionals at Robbins can help guide you in making the most reasonable decisions that work for you and your home.

            Don’t forget to get that AHRI certificate to have when you’re ready to file next year. While we don’t offer any tax advice or services, we look forward to answering your questions about how to make the most of your residential upgrade tax rebate.

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It’s Not Too Late for Furnace Repair

February 19th, 2024

Maybe you have been putting off scheduling furnace service this season, or maybe you have not scheduled it for a few seasons now. Either way, it’s not too late to repair your furnace and get it working better again. Even if something happens and your furnace breaks down completely, there’s still a chance that our team can help. 

You just have to give us a call and schedule an appointment for furnace repair in Aztec, NM. You can keep reading to learn more about the benefits of scheduling a furnace repair appointment and why it’s not too late to do so now.

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The Benefits of an Electric Furnace

February 5th, 2024

If it’s time to install a new furnace in your home, you may be deciding between gas and electric models. Which one is better for your home and the family? While both have their own pros and cons, electric furnaces do offer some unique benefits.

Our team is here to help whether you’re looking for new furnace installation or electric furnace repair in San Juan County, NM. We can help you every step of the way. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of an electric furnace, and then give our team a call to schedule your service.

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Insulation Can Help Your Air Quality

January 22nd, 2024

Winters here may not be quite as harsh as the ones in our neighboring states to the north, but it still gets very cold in the winter. In the summer, we can face high heat on the warmest days. Insulation is a great way to keep the cold out during the winter and the heat out during the summer.

You can elevate your indoor air quality with insulation services in Farmington, NM. Aside from helping with energy costs, extra insulation can also help to alleviate humidity levels. You can keep reading to learn more about how insulation can help to improve your indoor air quality, including how it impacts humidity levels.

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5 Signs Your Furnace Needs Repair

January 8th, 2024

Most homeowners would love to prevent a furnace breakdown from ever happening. Are you one of them? If so, you need to be able to identify the signs of furnace repair needs. Identifying furnace problems early and addressing them is the best way to prevent your furnace from breaking down weeks, months and even years from now.

Our team are the experts at furnace repair in San Juan County, NM. We’ve compiled a list below for your reference. You can keep reading to learn more about five common signs of furnace problems. Then give our team a call to schedule service when you notice anything unusual with your furnace’s operation.

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The Expert Difference: Benefits of Partnering with Certified HVAC Professionals

December 25th, 2023

When it comes to having someone work on your air conditioner or heater, you want to make sure you only partner with a certified HVAC professional. Well-meaning friends and family may offer to help with any heating and air conditioning problems to save you money, but that’s not a wise decision.

Heaters and air conditioners required highly specialized care. You don’t want to trust your system with just anyone. Instead, give our team a call when you need heating repairs in Aztec, NM. You can also keep reading to learn more about the difference in having an expert care for your residential HVAC system.

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Watch for These Signs of a Faulty Commercial Heating System

December 11th, 2023

As a business owner, you rely heavily on your heater to keep your business warm and comfortable for both your customers and your team all season long. When your heater is on the fritz, it can cause problems for everyone and you are left scrambling to come up with a solution.

But when you watch for signs of problems in advance, you can schedule service for commercial heating in Farmington, NM. It’s a great way to stay ahead of your commercial heater breaking down completely. Keep reading to learn more about the common signs that can warn you ahead of a commercial heating breakdown.

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Why Your Furnace Shouldn’t Be Booming

November 27th, 2023

Any usual sounds coming from your furnace are never a good thing. But some sounds are more concerning than others. Booming sounds are particularly concerning if you have a gas furnace and require immediate attention. 

If you hear a booming sound, it’s time to schedule gas furnace repair in San Juan County, NM. Allowing the problem to continue could lead to significant heater damage that requires a complete system overhaul. You can keep reading to learn more about what a booming sound means and why it is so dangerous for your gas furnace.

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Will a Ductless Mini Split Work for Your Home?

November 13th, 2023

Ductless mini splits are an increasingly popular HVAC system choice for homeowners in our area. If you’ve heard the buzz about ductless mini split systems and you’re interested in learning how one would work in your home, you can give our team a call.

The one downside is that ductless mini splits in Aztec, NM may not get quite as warm as you would like in the deep of winter. However, there are some solutions to help with that. You can keep reading to learn more about ductless mini splits, including their benefits and potential downsides.

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Why Won’t My Heat Pump Switch to Heating Mode

October 16th, 2023

When your heat pump won’t switch modes in the fall, you may be stuck with cool air when you really need heat. This can feel alarming as temperatures continue to drop and you’re left in the cold. But luckily the problem is usually a very easy fix. It usually has to do with the reversing valve on your heat pump.

When you need to schedule a repair appointment for heat pump problems in San Juan County, NM, give our team a call. We are here to help for all of your heat pump needs. You can also keep reading to learn more about why your heat pump might be stuck in cooling mode, and what we can do about it.

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Some Important Tips for Safe Heating This Coming Winter

October 2nd, 2023

Keeping your home and family warm this winter is probably at the top of your priorities. And you don’t just want to keep your family warm, you want to do so safely. We have some tips to help you stay warm and safe all at the same time. 

Our HVAC safety tips for Aztec, NM, will help you maximize heating efficiency in the best way possible – maximizing both safety and efficiency. After all, creating heat using a gas or electric furnace does pose some risks. You can keep reading to learn how to mitigate heating risks while also keeping your home and family warm no matter how cold it gets outside.

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