With these rebates being reduced even further, we want everyone to be aware of what their options are so they can take advantage of these money saving rebates before they’re gone.
Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) September 21, 2015
Utility companies have recently announced that they will further reduce rebates for many South Floridians starting on October 1st 2015. What does this mean for you? If you’re thinking of replacing an old or malfunctioning unit, now is the time to act. All Year Cooling, a local South Florida AC installation and repair company, wants to bring attention to these policy changes and give the community a chance to take advantage of the savings before they disappear.
Starting in October, the requirements for rebates through utility companies are going to be more restrictive, resulting in a loss of hundreds of dollars of savings to many in our local community. Not only will the SEER ratings that are eligible for rebates be more restrictive, but water-cooled units, common in condominiums or multi-family homes, will also be ineligible for rebates. As of November of last year, Florida commissioners were granted approval to cut utility rebates, which resulted in a loss of savings of up to 70%.
Tommy Smith, President of All Year Cooling was quoted: “With these rebates being reduced even further, we want everyone to be aware of what their options are so they can take advantage of these money saving rebates before they’re gone.” If your AC unit has started to fail, you are encouraged to look into replacing your unit with a newer, energy efficient model before the utility rebates are completely cut out for thousands of residents.
All Year Cooling is a South Florida family-owned company that has been servicing customers from Vero Beach to the Keys for over 42 years. Specializing in air conditioning installations, maintenance, and repairs, All Year Cooling knows what it takes to keep South Florida out of the heat. To learn more about the rebates that are being cut, or to see if you are eligible, please visit http://www.allyearcooling.com/