Don’t be this guy, because there’s a better way to stay cool this summer!
It’s no secret that new AC systems can deliver perfect temperatures and humidity levels to homeowners, as well as offering efficiency features such as energy monitoring, but did you know that three of the best reasons to consider a new AC system have nothing to do with your comfort, and everything to do with your bank account?
We say it every year, and we’ll say it again: homeowners ought to take advantage of rebates while they’re available.
New Hampshire utility providers and HVAC manufacturers offer energy-efficiency rebates on a variety of home comfort systems such as air conditioning systems, water heaters, and boilers, just to name a few.
However, to qualify for rebates from utility providers, you must act before the rebate pool is depleted. Once the funds are gone, they won’t be replenished until the following year … and they go fast.
Manufacturer rebates work a little differently, and generally become active and expire on certain dates. For instance, our current manufacturer rebates state that a new system must be purchased by May 31st and installed by June 30th … but the savings can be as much as $4,700, which make it well worth the investment.
Right now, homeowners can save hundreds or even thousands on a new AC system by taking advantage of rebates. We’re the only factory-authorized Carrier dealer in our service area, which means we have access to the best deals around.
Finally, you can enjoy the home comfort you deserve at a price that won’t shatter your piggy bank.
We’re thrilled to be able to offer 120 month/10 year financing on installations of AC, Ductless AC, Heat Pumps, Water Heaters, Boilers, Furnaces and more.
There are no prepayment penalties, and the interest rate is an amazing 9.99%!
This offer expires on July 1, 2018, so don’t delay and choose Sanford today.
3) The R-22 Phase Out
Are you surprised to hear that your home air conditioning system may soon be obsolete?
If your air conditioner was manufactured before 2010, chances are it uses an ozone-depleting refrigerant commonly referred to as R-22; many homeowners know R-22 as “freon.”
That’s bad news for your wallet.
R-22 is being phased out since it is one of numerous substances that are responsible for ozone depletion. R-22 is still available for existing systems, but homeowners ought to be aware that only a limited amount of new R-22 refrigerant is being produced to meet the needs of equipment manufactured before Dec. 31, 2009.
As supplies of R-22 decrease, the already high price will continue to increase. By 2020, production will be prohibited and only recovered, recycled or reclaimed supplies of R-22 will be available to service existing equipment. This means you’ll eventually have to replace or retrofit your unit, while incurring higher and higher operational costs with each passing year.
To learn more, read The R-22 Phase Out & You
Given the steep rebates and excellent financing options available, 2018 may be the best year yet to get the coolest house on the block. If you’ve got an old system, have a need for financing, or think it’s about time to take advantage of rebates, then give us a call or contact us today.
We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.