Many Idaho home owners are now recognizing the benefits geothermal heating and cooling in their Idaho homes.  Residence swear by the comfort it provides and the simplicity of its operation.

Geothermal systems have proven themselves over decades of operation in all parts of the state of Idaho.  You owe it to yourself to learn more about the down-to-earth comfort of geothermal heating and cooling for your new, or older, Idaho home.

Idaho has a number of rebate and loan programs to install your new Geothermal System in your home: 

Personal Deduction
 Sales Tax Incentive
 State Loan Program
 Utility Loan Program
 Utility Rebate Program

The Federal incentive covers 30% of the expenditures in the year the incentive is taken, up to a cap of $2,000 if the property was installed prior to January 1, 2009. Qualifying geothermal heat pump property installed after December 31, 2008 is eligible for 30% of the installed cost without a cap, as provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009 (ARRA) . The incentive is available for taxpayers installing qualifying equipment at their primary residence or a second home, but not for a rental property.  This incentive is available till December 2016.

To qualify, tax payers will need to have evidence regarding:
  • the cost of the system,
  • when it was placed in service

ID Geothermal Testimonials

Anonymous from Coeur d\'Alene says:
17 year old submetered system with documented total annual heating and cooling costs of $250 per year for 2850 sqft all electric home!
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