Confident Aire, Inc., Announces Rebates, Tax Credits and Sales Incentives Of Up To $4,500 On New Air Conditioning and Heating System Installations

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Confident Aire, Inc. announces Federal Energy Star Tax Credits, Nicor and ComEd rebates, manufacturer's rebates and sales incentives totaling up to $4,500 in potential savings on new air conditioners and heating systems for homeowners.

Confident Aire, Inc., Heating, Cooling, Plumbing and Energy Solutions Specialists Since 1992

Confident Aire, Inc., Your Trusted Home Comfort Professionals Since 1992

There has never been a better time to invest in a new air conditioning or heating system that today

Tom Wangler, owner of Confident Aire, Inc. announces time is running out to take advantage of combined savings of up to $4,500 when you purchase a new Trane Air Conditioning System and/or a new Trane Heating System from his HVAC Company serving the western suburbs of Chicago.

"This is an unusual year in that we have so many rebate offers and tax credits all happening at once", said Wangler. "We are a Trane Comfort Specialist and install their heating and cooling systems exclusively because the quality and reliability are so good." This year Trane is offering a $1,250 rebate for their featured XL20i Air Conditioner System, one of the industry's most efficient systems. There are also some attractive financing deals available that make it easy for homeowners to take advantage of early spring home improvement incentives. Additional rebate offers are also available for other Trane models.

In addition to manufacturer's rebates, the Federal Government is offering Federal Tax Credits For Consumer Energy Efficiency of up $500 when you purchase both a new furnace and air conditioner system. Tax credits are also available for the individual purchase of either a new furnace or air conditioner. Visit for more information.

Throughout areas of Illinois Nicor and ComEd are offering rebates of up to $1,000 for high efficiency furnace installations combined with the purchase of greater than 14.5 SEER air conditioners. Residents may also be eligible for up to $1,500 in rebates with purchases for qualifying storage water heaters, hot water pipe insulation and programmable thermostats when bundled with the purchase of their new furnace and air conditioner. These rebates include a bonus offering which expires April 30, 2013, so homeowners should act now to qualify.

Confident Aire has other incentives to make purchasing a new air conditioner even more attractive like a $500 cash back bonus with an extended warranty or 12 months same-as-cash financing.

There has never been a better time to upgrade to a new, more efficient home heating or cooling system than today. Not only will consumers save on the initial purchase, but they will save over time with reduced energy bills.

With air conditioners, the energy efficiency is measured by the SEER rating, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. The higher the rating, the higher the efficiency. The federal government is now mandating that all new cooling systems installed have a minimum of a SEER-13. However many models available are rated as high as SEER-18 or SEER-20. Confident Aire recommends that you install an air conditioning system of at least SEER-16 to see the best value benefit of decreased energy costs with the hot midwest summers.

When it comes to furnace fuel efficiency, the measurement used is AFUE or Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency. This thermal efficiency measurement applies not only to furnaces but boilers and water heaters as well. As an example, a gas furnace with a 95% AFUE rating means that it has an output of 95 BTUs of useful heating for every 100 BTUs of natural gas used.

Confident Aire, Inc. is located in Batavia, Illinois and serves the far western suburbs of Chicago with their HVAC and Plumbing Services. Since 1992 they have been providing homeowners with uncompromising quality and reliability in heating, cooling and energy solution services. For more information about these special offers and incentives visit

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