As a homeowner you’re faced with a neverending list of things to get done, one which can be air conditioner replacement. Sure, there’s a list of things to get done around the house, so when it’s time to take on one of the bigger tasks, make sure you’ve done your research so you can lessen the effect it has on your wallet.
Because you live in Alliance, you might qualify for utility rebates and other local incentive programs when you get a high-efficiency air conditioner from Lennox®. These rebates are tailored to your specific location, so rebates will differ, but chances are, there are savings to be had if you make sure to take the time to do a small amount of research.
Savvy homeowners searching for air conditioner replacement may save hundreds, and even thousands, of dollars when getting an energy efficient air conditioner this summer. Between the federal credits and those available in Alliance, you can improve your comfort while saving money. Something to keep in mind as you’re doing your research is that local incentives can change pretty quickly and without notice, so use them when they are available so you can save as much as possible.
If you decide to go the solar route, you may be eligible for even greater rebates as well. Purchasing a solar air conditioner like the SunSource® Home Energy System opens the door for the federal renewable-energy tax credit through 2016. That’s just the tip of the iceberg for solar bonuses too, so be sure to keep that option open as you shop around for the best option.
Considering air conditioner replacement doesn’t just mean you’re getting a new system, but you’re also receiving the benefits of updated technology. The life of the average air conditioner is around 10-15 years, and the advancements made in energy efficiency alone can make the investment worth the price. You’ll reap the benefits year-round too, with greater comfort and lower energy costs month after month.
If you want to find out more about the various savings available to you in Alliance, give the team at Jack's Heating, Cooling, Stoves & Fireplaces a call or check with your local utility company to make certain you’re getting the most savings possible.