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A new HVAC system is a big investment, but a new system doesn’t have to cost you significant amounts of money. If you need a new HVAC system for your Brooksville, Florida, home, take advantage of rebates, tax credits, contractor discounts, and other ways to save money on your system.

Upgrade to an Energy-Efficient HVAC System

Energy efficiency should be at the top of your list when shopping for a new HVAC system. An energy-efficient model will deliver both high quality performance and savings on your utility bills.

Choose a model with a high AFUE or SEER rating, and be sure to consider Energy Star ratings as well. Consider innovative, energy-conservation options like Carrier’s furnaces and heat pumps with Greenspeed Intelligence technology.

Take Advantage of Rebates and Tax Credits

Several rebate opportunities can come with new equipment. Carrier has a Cool Cash Rebate program that can earn you up to $1,650.

Additionally, you can get significant rebates from your utility company and qualify for federal tax incentives. Most of these rebates and tax credits are suited to homeowners who make energy-efficient investments in their homes.

Save With HVAC Specials and Discounts

Many HVAC contractors also offer special discounts. Specials can range from a discount on a new air conditioner, a coupon on a service plan, or a free upgrade or product with an equipment purchase.

A coupon for a free preventive service plan with your air conditioner purchase can be a great way to save money over time. A preventive service plan can help keep your equipment operating at peak efficiency year-round.

If you’re seeking a new HVAC system for your home, let Seneca Air Conditioning be the first place you look. Call us at 866-881-5935 to explore the various heating and cooling systems we have available. In addition, our service specialists can help you choose the right HVAC unit that not only is suited to your home, but also saves you money in operating costs.

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