Now — before summer — is the best time to make a change.

The incentives to provide complete home comfort for your family at a fraction of the cost have never been higher than in 2023

Now's the best time to make a big change.

Lower the price of a new cooling system with rebates and attractive financing options

Lower the price of a new cooling system with rebates and attractive financing options

Continuing public support for the reduction of our nation's dependence on oil and gas — especially that which is imported from other countries — has led many state governments, energy providers and equipment manufacturers to offer significant rebates for high-efficiency heating and cooling components. Combined, you can now replace inefficient cooling and heating components with new, high-efficiency ones at a net savings that is greater than ever!

Carrier® Cool Cash

Cool Cash

Instant savings of up to $1,550 on Carrier's best heating and cooling systems and components. From gas furnaces to central air conditioning, the perfect answer to your home comfort needs resides with your New England Carrier dealer.

Limited time offer through June 30, 2023

Carrier's AC UPGRaid Program

Carrier ACUpgrAid

Supercharge your savings when you add a qualifying A/C unit, heat pump or hybrid ductless system to your purchase of a new Carrier furnace. Additional rebates are available up to $600. Or save up to $1200 more on Carrier's Inverter A/C system, or up to $1400 for a ductless hybrid system.

Limited time offer through May 31, 2023

Other incentives:

– The Federal Inflation Reduction Act offers tax credits to homeowners equal to 30% of installation costs up to $2,000. This includes efficient air conditioning, furnaces, boilers and heat pumps.

– Most New England states offer programs to assist homeowners in making the switch to high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment.

Your New England Carrier dealer will explain all of your options, and help you select the system that’s right for you.

Talk with a New England Carrier dealer today.