Is it time to replace that aging HVAC equipment in your home? This might not be the best news you’ve received lately, but there is always a silver lining. Not only can new equipment (i.e. furnace, heat pump or air conditioner) be much more energy efficient, saving you money every month, but two fantastic national and local promotions can help you save big time on initial cost.
American Standard HVAC Trade-In Offer
Beginning January 1 through March 15, 2017, residential customers that choose American Standard replacement equipment for both the indoor, outdoor and control units of their homes may qualify for a rebate up to $1000. That can be significant savings when replacing HVAC equipment. There are certain requirements, and installation must be completed within 30 days of purchase.
LES Sustainable Energy Program Offer
LES utilities has another great offer for Lincoln, NE residents. Starting January 1, 2017, with a total balance of $2,000,000 in funds, LES is providing incentive payments to customers replacing existing HVAC equipment or buying for a newly built home. Heat pumps and air conditioner units that meet certain efficiency standards and are installed by a qualified contractor can yield incentive payments of $200 to $400. These incentives will be available until the promotional balance has been depleted.
Benefit from Both Offers with Bill’s
Customers that choose Bill’s Heating & Air Conditioning can take advantage of both of these great programs at the same time when the right equipment is purchased. Bill’s is a premier Lincoln, NE provider and installer of American Standard products. They are also a qualified contractor for the incentive program through LES. Bill’s will work with you to determine what equipment you need, what options you have and what is required for each offer to help you save the maximum amount. Save on your equipment, reap the benefits of expert installation and increase your home’s energy efficiency today with Bill’s Heating & Air Conditioning. Call (402) 477-1371 to learn more and get started on the path to saving big.