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Ontario Central Air Conditioner Rebate

Government Rebates are available to homeowners that upgrade their air conditioner. Looking to upgrade your air conditioner? well the winter is a great time to get good deals on last years stock and still get Government rebates and incentives.  We are able to service and install air conditioners in most of Southern Ontario; locations like Toronto, Burlington, Hamilton, Mississauga, Oakville, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Maple, North York, and all the areas inbetween. An energy audit on your home will get you access to a rebate of $250 when replacing your air conditioner (any other upgrades you decide to pursue will garner an even higher rebate). Get a more information on Air Conditioner prices and deals. Find out more about an Energy Audit and the rebates you can get.  ...

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Lennox 14ACX

The Lennox 14ACX Air Conditioner Lennox has several air conditioners in their line-up. Starting with the economical Air Conditioner and proceeding all the away up to large commercial grade units. They all posses advancements such as the R410A environmentally friendly refrigerant, Energy Star ratings, dependable scroll compressors and other important features. Lennox makes a great central air conditioner with a number of advancements other brands just don’t offer.  Some have said that the Lennox 14ACX is over engineered but realistically its one of the most dependable air conditioners on the market.  Sure it has some larger coils, a quieter fan, an insulated compressor but these are all add up to make an outstanding A/C.  This Lennox 14ACX is a product that encompasses  everything, efficiency, good looks, reliability, and it will keep you and your family comfortable for many years to come. Rebates are available for all sizes of Lennox 14ACX air conditioners – see all lennox rebates here An air conditioner is a big investment so it is important that as you do a little homework, read reviews, and research the product you’re interested in, in fact, that’s probably why you are here now.  Well the Lennox 14ACX is one of the best built units on the market, we highly recommend this air conditioner for homes throughout Southern Ontario. Will all HVAC equipment you have to understand that in many situations miss-sized or faulty installation is the core reason people have problems with any brand of HVAC equipment.  Proper installation can reduce breakdowns by over 50%, so make sure you hire a properly trained and local air conditioner installer. Watch out for flyby night HVAC companies as they will install anything to make a sale. Ultimately, this goes back to training and Lennox does a good job of offering their dealers training for both installations and service. Chances are when you call a Lennox dealer and hire them to install your new system you will receive a good reliable installation that will keep you comfortable for years. Fill out our form and we will get back to you within one business day to answer any question or to schedule your free in home consultation. We also service and maintain...

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Amana AC Rebates

If you’re thinking about purchasing any of the Amana series of air conditioners and live within the Toronto or Greater Toronto Area (GTA) you should know that you can be eligible for rebates. Amana Air Conditioners are eligible for rebates in Ontario. The list below outlines available rebate programs for Toronto and area homeowners interested in upgrading to a new high-efficiency replacement air conditioner. Peaksaver Plus This program is only available to customers of certain utility companies (see the website for a list). Once involved in the Peaksaver program, an authorized technician will install a device that is remotely activated when electrical demand is high. This automated system can make small adjustment to appliances you enroll in the program. These small adjustment can reduce demand on the grid as well as reduce your electricity bill. For example you can have your electric hot water tank or air conditioner tweaked to not run during periods of very high electrical coast for a short periods of time.     Low-Income Energy Assistance Program Available only In Select Regions LEAP is a year-round program designed to assist low-income families and home owners with their bill payments and natural gas costs. LEAP provides emergency relief with a one-time financial grant of $500 to eligible low-income customers experiencing difficulty paying “past due” bills.     SaveONenergy New Home Construction Grants are available to home builders and renovators who install energy-efficient measures in the updated home. See the website for full details.     SaveONenergy Heating and Cooling Incentive Receive up to $650 by installing ENERGY STAR qualified furnace and air conditioner systems. A rebate is still issued on individual systems but it depends on which unit you install and its efficiency rating. This rebate is only available from certain participating contractors (which we are). See the website for full details.     The Ontario Home Energy Audit Rebate The Government of Ontario will pay 50% of your home Energy Audit, up to $150. Although the ecoEnergy grant program has ended the home energy audit program still remains in effect. This program will fully test your homes efficiency rating. The results can be used as a blueprint on where to focus your upgrades for “the...

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Lennox AC Rebates

Lennox Air Conditioners are eligible for rebates in Ontario. Here are some of the current programs available to Ontario residents. Peaksaver Plus This program is only available to customers of certain utility companies (see the website for a list). Once involved in the Peaksaver program, an authorized technician will install a device that is remotely activated when electrical demand is high.  This automated system can make small adjustment to appliances you enroll in the program.  These small adjustment can reduce demand on the grid as well as reduce your electricity bill.  For example you can have your electric hot water tank or air conditioner tweaked to not run during periods of very high electrical coast for a short periods of time.     Low-Income Energy Assistance Program Available only In Select Regions LEAP is a year-round program designed to assist low-income families and home owners with their bill payments and natural gas costs. LEAP provides emergency relief with a one-time financial grant of $500 to eligible low-income customers experiencing difficulty paying “past due” bills.     SaveONenergy New Home Construction Grants are available to home builders and renovators who install energy-efficient measures in the updated home. See the website for full details.     SaveONenergy Heating and Cooling Incentive Receive up to $650 by installing ENERGY STAR qualified furnace and air conditioner systems. A rebate is still issued on individual systems but it depends on which unit you install and its efficiency rating.  This rebate is only available from certain participating contractors (which we are). See the website for full details.     The Ontario Home Energy Audit Rebate The Government of Ontario will pay 50% of your home Energy Audit, up to $150. Although the ecoEnergy grant program has ended the home energy audit program still remains in effect.  This program will fully test your homes efficiency rating.  The results can be used as a blueprint on where to focus your upgrades for “the best bang for your buck”.     Lennox Models That are Eligible for Rebates Lennox XC-14 – All sizes of this air conditioners fit Ontario Government requirements for rebates. Lennox XC-15 – Again All sizes of this Lennox Air Conditioner will enable you the...

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Air Conditioner Rebates

Current Air Conditioner Rebates For 2015 Ontario’s ENERGY STAR Program is offering rebates to encourage you as a homeowner to install and use energy efficient cooling or air conditioning systems. Here’s how it works. You will need a participating ENERGY STAR installer, (which we happen to qualify as) who will ensure you are eligible for: A $250 Purchase Incentive when installing a 14.5 SEER and 12 EER (Or Better)  ENERGY STAR Air-Conditioner A $400 Purchase Incentive when you replace an existing central air conditioning system with a tier 2-or better unit (15 SEER or better).   The Program Has Expired (Ended Jan 2012) The Government has pulled the plug on the eco-energy audit and removed the incentive program aimed at homeowners interested in improving the efficiency of their homes.  There was an incredible amount of work and resources put into this program, I wont be surprised to see it re-emerge in some form or another. Government Rebates The Ontario Government is offering air conditioner rebates to home owners that switch out their current cooling system for a new more efficient unit.  The air conditioner rebates value will change according to the new system you install but you can expect to save on energy costs on top of the offered incentives.  You can expect a Government rebate of $250 on any air conditioner with a SEER rating of 14.5 or better.  You will need to get a home energy audit on your home (find out more and get one here) which is a government sponsored program that enables home owners to discover how efficient their home is and where improvements can be made.  Once this program or audit has been completed you will be mailed a cheque with the value of the rebates that you should receive pertaining to your upgrades. Provincial air conditioner rebates are available to all of the greater Toronto area and all cities within Ontario.  Any Air Conditioner with a SEER rating of 14.5 or higher will qualify you for a rebate of...

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