Rebates for energy-efficient upgrades to improve the overall energy efficiency of your home.
Rebates for upgrading heating and cooling systems to high-efficiency models.
Our team of experts has extensive knowledge and experience in home comfort and energy-efficiency. We know the ins and outs of HVAC rebates and have a proven track record of helping homeowners successfully apply for rebates.
Our goal is to make the process of applying for the grant as stress-free as possible. We have streamlined the process and partnered with the best energy-efficiency professionals to provide the required EnerGuide energy audits. We take care of all the details so you can focus on the important things.
Our top priority is your satisfaction. From the moment you reach out to us, you’ll receive unbeatable customer support from our team of home comfort experts. Whether you have questions about the grant or need help with the application process, we’re here to help you every step of the way.
We’ll help you schedule a visit from an energy advisor to conduct a pre-retrofit evaluation of your home to determine which funding opportunities you are eligible for.
Once the evaluation is complete, our team can assist you with qualifying for rebates and promotions, provide free estimates, and help you install your new heat pump.
Our install, customer care and quality-control team will create your complete step-by-step heat pump installation project plan.
Clean your vents to reduce blockage. Airflow is limited when furniture blocks the vents. Make sure there is no furniture blocking the cool air from circulating. Always keep your first floor vents open to prevent higher energy consumption or even damage to your HVAC system. Your vents should be cleaned every few months to reduce pollutants in the air.
Clean your air filter. Dirty air filters restrict air flow through and into rooms. Clean and change your filter as recommended by the manufacturer.
Check if your ducts are blocked. By restricting the flow of air in your home’s ductwork, blocked ducts can cause uneven cooling. You may also be experiencing air leaks in your duct system. In some rooms, holes in your ducts may cause too much air flow, while in others, not enough.
Ensure adequate insulation in attic. Insulation keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Inadequate insulation can cause temperature differences between floors in your house. By turning on your thermostat’s fan switch, you can even out the temperature between floors.
In order to keep your home comfortable, you need to select the right size air conditioner. During the summer, a small air conditioner won’t provide enough cool air, while an oversized air conditioner wastes energy and cannot dehumidify your home.
Other important factors a heating and cooling expert will consider include:
What are your family’s needs?
How old is your home?
Age and size of windows
Ventilation and ductwork
Here are some simple yet effective ways to reduce your energy bill:
Smart or programmable thermostats are a great investment
You can program your thermostat to turn on about an hour before you arrive home, saving you money on cooling an empty house. More and more thermostats are becoming mobile-compatible, so you can manage your energy more efficiently on the go!
Rebates are great — no debates about it
Check for any seasonal rebates when upgrading your air conditioner. Contact us to get more information on what rebates are currently available to you.
ENERGY STAR® certified air conditioners are the best choice
SEER ratings of ENERGY STAR certified central air conditioners are higher than those of conventional new models. Our experts can help you select the right ENERGY STAR certified air conditioner based on your needs.
There are several signs that may indicate your air conditioner needs repair, including: strange noises coming from the unit, uneven cooling in your home or business, a unit that won’t start or stay on, and an increase in your energy bills. If you notice any of these issues with your air conditioner, it’s important to have it checked and repaired as soon as possible.
There are a few signs that your air conditioner may not be working as efficiently as it could be, including: high energy bills, uneven cooling in your home or business, and frequent breakdowns. If you notice any of these issues, it may be time to have your air conditioner checked and serviced by a professional to ensure it is running as efficiently as possible.
It’s generally recommended to have your air conditioner checked and serviced at least once a year, preferably before the start of the cooling season. This can help to identify and fix any issues with your air conditioner before they become major problems, and can help to ensure that your air conditioner is running efficiently and safely.
Air conditioner repair can be complex and often requires specialized knowledge and tools. It is generally recommended to hire a professional HVAC technician to diagnose and fix any issues with your air conditioner. Attempting to fix an air conditioner yourself can be dangerous and may cause further damage to the system.
The cost of air conditioner repair can vary depending on the specific issue and the type of air conditioner you have. In general, simple repairs may cost a few hundred dollars, while more complex repairs may cost several thousand dollars. It’s important to get an estimate from a professional HVAC technician before beginning any repair work.
The length of time it takes to repair an air conditioner will depend on the specific issue and the type of air conditioner you have. Simple repairs may only take a few hours, while more complex repairs may take several days. It’s important to work with a professional HVAC technician who can give you a timeline for the repair work.
There are several signs that may indicate it’s time to replace your air conditioner, including: the air conditioner is more than 10-15 years old, it frequently breaks down or needs repairs, it is inefficient and causing high energy bills, and it is unable to cool your home or business effectively. If you notice any of these issues with your air conditioner, it may be time to consider replacing it.