Government Rebates

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Receive up to $650 by installing ENERGY STAR® qualified central heating and cooling system when purchased from and installed by a participating contractor.

  • $250 incentive when you have an existing furnace replaced with the purchase and installation of a high-efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM).
  • $250 incentive when you have an existing central air conditioner (CAC) replaced with the purchase and installation of an ENERGY STAR qualified CAC system (NOTE: ENERGY STAR qualified criteria = minimum 14.5 SEER and 12 EER ).
  • $400 incentive when you have an existing CAC replaced with the purchase and installation of a stand-alone CEE "Tier 2" level central air conditioning system (NOTE: "Tier 2" level qualified criteria = minimum 15 SEER and 12.5 EER).

Did you know as much as 60% of your annual electricity costs goes towards heating and cooling your home? It makes sense to look for ways to reduce your usage.

2012 Installations:
*Incentives for installations of eligible equipment completed between Jan 1, 2012 and Dec. 31, 2012, must be submitted no later than Feb. 2, 2013.

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"Dear Darryl, Upon receiving the news that our furnace would be shutdown due to a cracked heat exchange unit, I promptly called you for a second opinion. Within a matter of hours, I had a qualified, well-informed technician at our door ready to provide a clear diagnosis of the problem. Not only was I impressed with the array of diagnostic equipment used to determine the furnace problem, I was pleased to learn that the repair would not involve spending the hundreds of dollars quoted by others. We learned a valuable lesson that day: it pays to get an informed second opinion from a reputable company and one must continue to support local business. Thanks for your friendly, informative and fast service. Our entire family was overjoyed to learn that we would have heat for the New Year's Eve weekend and beyond!"

- Martin & Lisa

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