Energy Efficient: The Smart Choice in Comfort
As much as half of the energy used in your home goes to heating and cooling.
So, making smart decisions about your home's heating and air conditioning
system can have a big effect on your utility bills — and your comfort.
Where Does My Money Go?
The high energy efficiencies of
$4,200, Fujitsu can save you up to
$1,050 annually or $10,500 in 10 yrs!*
*Savings may vary based on model selected, hours of operation
and geographical location. Example given based on 26-SEER
system versus 13-SEER system.
To encourage customers to buy energy efficient products, many
local utility companies offer significant rebates for the purchase
of a ductless mini-split system. Go to Fujitsu's web site to search
for local rebates, consumer loans and utility bill discounts. We
provide a listing of rebates and offerings on qualifying Fujitsu
mini-splits by state.
Halcyon systems slash utility
bills by up to 25%. If your
average annual utilities are
Federal Tax Credit Up To $300 through 2013
A tax credit can provide significant savings. It reduces the
amount of income tax you have to pay. Unlike a deduction,
which reduces the amount of income subject to tax, a tax
credit directly reduces the tax itself.
Federal tax credits are effective for systems purchased
through December 31, 2013 for "Qualified Energy Property"
The federal tax credit for qualified equipment is 10% of the
amount paid but shall not exceed $300 for the qualified
Fujitsu has 16 qualifying systems in 2013
Check with your tax professional for details and visit
and click on "Tax Credits" for additional