So your electric meter is spinning wildly, causing your electric bill to soar, as you try to keep your home at a habitable temperature.
There is some hope. Installing a new high efficiency heating and air conditioning system, to replace your older inefficient system, will reduce your energy usage, and your bills.
Newer systems can qualify for some rebates and other incentives. In addition, new equipment usually includes a 10-year parts warranty.
If you are planning to stay in your home for at least the next few more years, you will get the benefits of lower utility bills, and a typically quieter system that uses Puron (R-410a) refrigerant, instead of Freon (R-22) which is being phased-out.
A new system will also look better to any prospective buyer, should you decide to sell your home in the future, when the prices finally do go back up.
It’s an investment that will help keep your home comfortable and help you save money at the same time.
To learn more about the rebates, you should make plans to attend our next free Homeowners Workshop, or contact me anytime.
We will teach you everything you need to know before you sign on that proverbial dotted line. We will let you know about all of the rebates, Tax Credits, and incentive programs. Plus filters, thermostats, SEER & AFUE ratings, and how to insure that you’re getting good value for you money.
Contact us anytime with any questions at 818.886.2600 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.