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Breaking down the IRA for Trade Professionals

See how you can benefit from this new legislation that will help electrify America.


Understand the incentives for a once-in-a-generation opportunity

The Inflation Reduction Act (or IRA) provides billions of dollars through a series of tax credits, rebates and grants — much of which will flow through contractors — to help American consumer homes become electrified and more energy efficient.

Earn significant savings and help protect the future

This funding will make heat pumps, solar panels, smart thermostats and other intelligent upgrades the smarter choice for millions of households across the country.

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The IRA program is still being developed.

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When will rebates and tax credits be ready for homeowners, contractor or builder?

Consumer rebates won’t be ready until 2024 and will vary by region. Tax credits will start to be available in Q3 of 2023.


What can businesses do while waiting for things to get ready?

Look into local utilities rebate programs and look for opportunities to stack rebates and credits together. Also take this time to educate possible homeowners on all these benefits so they can prepare to make updates.

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Thousands of ways Resideo can help.

From intelligent thermostats to heat pump controls to apps, much of what Resideo makes deals with heating and cooling, where 50% of a home’s energy goes. Resideo has 16 ENERGY STAR® certified thermostats, more than any other manufacturer.

Savings are available on almost every job

Explore all the possible incentives available to your business.

Name and type of incentive

What does it do?

Conduct energy audits on homes
The Inflation Reduction Act can offer $150 for qualified Pros to conduct home energy audits*

ENERGY STAR upgrades
HVAC pros and builders can get direct money back for meeting ENERGY STAR program requirements for singlefamily, manufactured, and multi-family homes — up to $2,500 per single-family new home*

Home Energy Efficient Contractor Training

This gives the States $200 million to develop and implement contractor training programs

High-Efficiency Electric Home (HEEHR)

Contractors can earn an up to $500 rebate per qualifying HEEHR project

Home Owner Managing Energy Savings (HOMES)

Contractors can earn a $200 rebate per qualifying HOMES project

High-Efficiency Electric Home (HEEHR)

Up-front discounts for qualified LMI electrification projects, up to $14,000 per unit

Home Owner Managing Energy Savings (HOMES)

Rebates for modeled or measured energy savings, up to $8,000 for LMI households and $4,000 per unit otherwise

25C Residential Energy Efficiency

Consumers can get a 30 percent tax credit for select upgrades, including up to $2,000 annually for heat pumps or heat pump water heaters

45L New Energy Efficient Home

Contractors can get up to $5,000 per unit for new construction or major retrofits

179D Energy Efficient Commercial Buildings Deduction

Contractors can get up to $5 a square foot for reductions in energy costs or energy use intensity
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*These values are estimates. The rebates may be implemented differently in each state, so we cannot guarantee final amounts, eligibility, or timeline. And without additional appropriations from Congress, the rebate programs will end once their initial IRA funding is exhausted. Taz credits can only be used to offset your federal taxes owed, which we estimate but do not know. ** The IRA’s prevailing wage provision applies, and the contractor must earn the prevailing wage in order for the company to earn these tax benefits. Prevailing wage refers to the amount particular classification of laborer in geographic area as determined by the Secretary of Labor.