A new tax credit website offers homeowners information and advice.

At its new tax credit website, Rheem Mfg Co. announced it has a wide range of products that qualify for the new federal tax credits, and is helping homeowners save on upfront product costs, lower monthly utility bills and conserve energy.

“From now until the end of the year, there is a window of opportunity for consumers to affordably replace inefficient equipment with energy efficient comfort systems,” said Ed Raniszeski, marketing director of Rheem.

Home heating and cooling equipment, including air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces and boilers, may qualify for a tax credit of 30 percent of the installed cost, up to $1,500. Homeowners can view a complete list of Rheem heating and cooling products that qualify for a tax credit at here.

Many of Rheem’s water heaters also qualify for federal tax credits. Solar water heaters, such as the company’s SolPak® active solar water heater, qualify for a tax credit of 30 percent of the installed cost, with no cap.

In many areas, local governments and utility companies are also offering homeowner rebates or other credits to upgrade the efficiency of their home comfort systems.  Homeowners can visit the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiencies for a listing of state and local government and utility incentives in their area.