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Missouri Energy Efficiency Upgrade Tax Deductions & Rebates

There are many financial incentives for individuals and businesses to upgrade to energy efficient systems in Missouri and the Kansas City Metro Area.  Click here to view the Database of State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency (Dsire.com) to see what may be available in your area. In Kansas City, in addition to the Federal Tax.. read more →

Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency Upgrades & Solar Power From Energystar.gov

Energystar.gov has a list of all active federal tax credits for upgrading your heating and cooling system as well as certain water heater, insulation and weatherization upgrades.  Some tax credits are set to expire at the end of 2013 and some have been extended to the end of 2016. Be sure to review all the.. read more →

Solar Myths & Misconceptions: Get the Solar Facts

Myth:  I should wait because solar is getting less expensive or new technology is just around the corner. Fact:  Solar technology has changed little in the past 20 years.  Unlike your phone, tv or car, solar panels are simple in design and construction and the advancements in efficiency have been far outweighed by the savings.. read more →

Is my roof a good candidate for solar panels?

Every situation is different and the only way to know for sure if your Kansas City area home or commercial building is a good candidate for solar panel installation is to have one of our experienced & highly trained Solar Technicians. Our Solar Techs can inspect your roof, measure angle, orientation and shading at no.. read more →

Why Go Solar?

Savings Every Month – Your solar electric system powers your home so you can use considerably less electricity from the public utility and you may even be able to sell excel power back to the electric company. Local Rebates, State Deductions and Federal Tax Credits – You may be able to offset as much as.. read more →

What Type of Energy Efficient Water Heater is Right for My Home?

Below is some information from Energystar.gov about high efficiency water heaters and which one is right for your home. Eric Kjelshus Energy Heating and Cooling is the Kansas City area leader in installing high efficiency water heaters and helping Kansas City residents and businesses save money on energy cost by installing Energy Star Rated Water Heaters including super.. read more →

Why Convert My Home, Office or Commercial Building to Solar Power?

Solar power is coming into its own with advancements in design, installation & improvements in efficiency, solar power is a reliable and effective way to reduce utility bills at your home and business. Eric Kjelshus Energy Heating and Cooling is Kansas City’s leader in solar energy applications for homes and businesses. We have been installing solar systems for.. read more →

Geothermal Heat Pump Experts Kansas City Metro Area

Eric Kjelshus Energy Heating and Cooling is the Kansas City Metro Area’s top geothermal ground/water source heat pump installation, service and conversion company. Since 1972, we have been helping Kansas City residents & businesses save energy and  money by converting their heating and air conditioning systems to geothermal ground/water source heat pumps. We are Kansas City Metro Area’s.. read more →

How do solar water heaters work and should I get one?

Eric Kjelshus Energy Heating and Cooling are experts and diagnosing your hot water heater issues and recommending the best solution – repair your existing hot water heater (saving you money) or replace your water heater with a new hot water heater. Our Master Plumbers will work with you and your budget to select the best solution for your situation.. read more →

Home Heating & Cooling Equipment Tax Credits

On August 8, 2005, President Bush signed a bill that established tax credits direct to the consumer for the installation of high-efficiency furnaces. For furnaces installed between January 1, 2006 and December 31, 2008, taxpayers will receive a $150.00 tax creditif their new furnace has an energy efficiency level of no less than 95% AFUE… read more →