Air conditioning can account for up to 50 per cent of your summer electricity bill.
Understand high efficiency vs. standard efficiency
High‑efficiency units generally tend to be better units. They’re much quieter, waste less energy, have fewer breakdowns and come with features that aren’t available on standard models.
By upgrading your HVAC system to the most energy‑efficient models on the market, you can get money‑saving rebates and also reduce your electricity use!
Upgrade your furnace and central air conditioner at the same time
Your units work altogether as a system. Not every old furnace will work with a new air conditioner and duct system. One of the most important factors in energy efficiency is the furnace fan. You should consider that o get the highest level of energy efficiency, everything needs to be compatible.
You may be eligible to receive up to $850 in AC and Furnace rebates from government!
Call us: 310-4328 now to learn more about our offers and find out if you are eligible for any rebates up to $1,450!
Use incentives to purchase an Efficient Air Conditioner!
Use up to 20% less electricity when you install a high‑efficiency ENERGY STAR®certified central air conditioner.
Ask Aire One about the NEW $600 rebate from government!
You can save up to 35% on your Annual Cooling Operating Costs, by upgrading to an efficient air conditioner!
Contact the local Aire One office in your area to know how you can save $400 per year on cooling costs with High Efficiency Air Conditioners:
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