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Energy Efficiency Improvement Federal Tax Credits

Residential Energy Efficiency Improvement Federal Tax Credits Extended Through 2016

The Consolidated Appropriations Act was jut signed in December, extending the Residential Energy Efficiency Improvements Federal Tax Credits for that had expired at the end of 2014.

For those owning qualifying Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters installed between January 1, 2015 and the end of 2016 this makes for a maximum credit of $300.

Energy Efficiency Improvement Federal Tax Credits

These credits, for residential energy efficiency improvements, include a maximum of $300. Those having a Rinnai Condensing Boiler installed during this same period time can qualify for a $150 credit.

The Raleigh plumbing professionals at Poole’s Plumbing offer all the quality Rinnai plumbing products, from tankless water heaters and condensing boilers to so much more.

For more information on how the extension of Energy Efficiency Improvement Federal Tax Credits applies to Rinnai products and/or how to apply for your rebate visit rinnai.us.

Tankless Hot Water Heater Rinnai Special Offer

Upgrade your Hot Water Heater! Now you can enjoy Rinnai energy-efficient tankless hot water heaters and direct vent wall furnaces for a low monthly payment, as low as $45/month*.

Rinnai Green


Rinnai’s superior hot water heater technology delivers greater efficiency and reliability, so everyone benefits – with environmental preservation and energy conservation that results in a better planet for us all.
Learn more at the Rinnai water heaters at the Rinnai web site.

Which system do you need?  a 8.0 gallons per minute gas condensing or will a 5.3 gallons per minute gas perform just as well? As a Authorized Dealer of Rinnai Water Heaters and products, Poole’s plumbing knows hot water heaters. We can help you select the correct tankless system for your family needs.

So don’t wait Save on a Brand name hot water heaters and get it installed by a professional plumber contact Poole’s Plumbing to learn more about a system for your home.