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Vaughan A/C

Vaughan has a population of more than 240,000 people.  This city is known to most as one of the fastest growing municipalities in Canada. Vaughan has nearly doubled in population since 1991. Vaughan Air Conditioner Installer The high growth of Vaughan has resulted in numerous issues including congestion, and power concerns.  There are a number of grants and rebates available to residents of Vaughan who are looking to upgrade their air conditioner.  These rebates are offered in order to help reduce energy consumption created by the large growth in Vaughan air conditioners. The Ontario electrical bill distributed to home owners can be a hard one to swallow during the hottest moths in the summer.  A high efficiency central air system can really reduce that pain.  Let us show you how. The efficiency of these systems has increased substantially over the last five or six years.  If your homes central air conditioner is older than it may be time to look into upgrading. Air conditioners are huge power hogs and upgrading thousands of them significantly reduces the energy consumption of Vaughan.  This is a great opportunity as a home owner to get a top of the line A/C at a significant reduction. Get your hands on grant money here. Or Call: (647) 925...

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Maple A/C

Maple has an estimated population of over 50,000 people; it is a designated area to grow within Ontario’s  suburban community. Maple consists primarily of single detached homes and this makes it a high user of residential air conditioners.  Due to the number of homes and the number of builders that initially installed cheap, inefficient air conditioners Maple we frequesntly visit the area.  Maple is a great town to live in, which is a bit of a secret most of the residents don’t like to promote. Upgrading your air conditioner in Maple can be great way to reduce your electrical bills.  I know when looking at my electrical bill every month the first thing I want to do is reduce my consumption.  The cost for electricity seems cheap but once they add on delivery charges, debt retirement, taxes, and regulatory fees the price is ridiculous. Your air conditioner is one of the bigger consumers of electricity, upgrading to a more efficiency model can really reduce those fees attached to that electrical bill. Get an Air Conditioner Quote in Maple Or call (647) 925-1930 There are grants and rebates available to home owners living in Maple looking to upgrade their air conditioners.  The Government offers these rebates to reduce green house gases and shrink energy consumption. Get your home a new energy efficient air conditioner, save on energy bills and have the Government pay for portion of it.  Sign up here and find out more...

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Mississauga A/C

Mississauga is a city in southern Ontario and located in the western part of the Greater Toronto Area.  Mississauga has a population of over 700,000 and has basically doubled over the last 20 years.  The explosive growth is mostly attributed to its proximity to Toronto, but is also home to the headquarters of several major corporate companies. Mississauga is made up of thousands of single detached homes of which a good portion have recently been built there is a large market for new air conditioners.  Homes typically last anywhere from 50 to 100 years where as an air conditioner has a lifespan of maybe 10 to 15 depending on how the owner treats it. So if you’re reading this and know your air conditioner is over 10 years old you should have us come out and give you a free quote (at the very least). Call to schedule an appointment today.  (647) 925-1930 Air conditioners are major electricity consumers in the summer months in Mississauga.  As you have heard the Provinces electrical system is reaching it capacity and it requires massive investment to upgrade it.   The Governments action plan is to promote conservation and efficient reducing the demand and stalling costly upgrades. This means that there are air conditioner grants and incentives available to Mississauga residents who upgrade their cooling (and heating) systems.  New air conditioners are significantly more energy efficient than models 10 years or older, you can easily expect to reduce your electricity bills with a new central air unit. We are a Mississauga air conditioner installer who can rent, finance, sell, and service central air conditioners.  If you’re thinking it might be time to have a new system installed give us a call and we can have a professional come out and give you a free assessment and quote.  No obligations. Don’t miss out on a new efficient air conditioner for your home and find out how much you can save...

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Etobicoke A/C

Etobicoke Air Conditioner Etobicoke is located in the western portion of Toronto, Ontario, Canada and has a population of roughly 340,000. Etobicoke is home to only 13% of Toronto’s population yet it occupies about 20% of its total land area. It is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the east by the Humber River, on the west by the city of Mississauga. To the north it’s bordered by the city of Vaughan, and on the northwest by the City of Brampton. Most of the homes in Etobicoke are single detached and thus employ air conditioners to cool the inside air. Getting together with neighbours or friends and purchasing multiple air conditioners can result in significant savings for home owners. If this is something you are able to organize give us a call or send us a quick message and we can offer some great savings. Homes in the Etobicoke region are also able to apply for Government grants and incentives to help in replacing old air conditioners. You can find out more about grants and incentives on central air conditioners for Etobicoke residents here.  These rebates apply to more than just A/C systems, your homes furnace and toilets can also net you a tidy rebate! Call: 647 925...

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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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