The idea of receiving any mail from the IRS can bring chills. No one ever wants to go through an audit. Most of us are not in fear of being caught cheating on taxes –the fear is about not having kept up with paperwork that they may request from years ago. The IRS has been trying to tone down their reputation but that letterhead still has negative connotations as does the word audit.
An Energy Audit Can Save You Money
Now it’s time to rehabilitate that word and think of it as a way to save money, not lose it. An energy audit can be done on either your air conditioning system or heating unit by a Lorain County HVAC pro to ensure that your system is operating efficiently.
Improving your system’s efficiency has a positive effect on how far your income goes. These performance checks are thorough and include cleaning filters and fans. Your Lorain County HVAC contractor will also check for any loose connections that are robbing the power going to your burner or the safety features in the system.
If the unit is older and a new, more efficient unit is within your budget an experienced HVAC contractor will be able to replace it. You may even qualify for government tax incentives and a First energy of Ohio rebate along with manufacturer incentives that will help offset the cost of the new installation.
Our website has a free download explaining the available federal tax incentives. One of our experienced HVAC contractors can clarify any questions on this and any other service offered.
Now is the time to make the word audit inspire a smile instead of a frown. Think of the money you have saved by improving the efficiency of your unit and the lower energy bills you can expect for years to come.
An HVAC pro can help you to simplify all the available Home Heating options
The advent of the internet has been a great way for everyone to educate themselves in whatever subject they want. This wealth of information at our fingertips has come with a price. Knowledge, though useful, can also complicate things. You used to be able to think of a problem and take action. Now you log on and check out if there are other options you may need to consider.
Take your heating system. It may have been years since you’ve had your heating unit installed but the wealth of options available to you that it may lead to confusion.
Questions about converting from oil to natural gas or decreasing your use of fossil fuels can complicate your decision. There are also a great deal of options that can improve the comfort in your home but deciding which, if any, make sense for you can be difficult. Humidifiers, dehumidifiers, heat pumps, and heat recovery ventilators are just a few of the options available to someone wanting to upgrade their heating and air conditioning unit.
These complications are easily defused when you speak with a Lorain County plumbing and heating professional. The different solutions for your particular problem can be discussed with every advantage explained in clear, easy to understand language. Our HVAC pros have been installing and repairing systems since 1957 - before there even was an internet.
That’s not to say the internet can’t be a great place to find out what the Lorain County heating professional can offer you. Our website has a free download that explains the federal tax credits still available to those who upgrade the efficiency of their system. The Raymond Plumbing website also contains information on rebates by Ohio Edison and they are a qualified contractor for this program.
There are manufacturer incentives such as one offered by the Carrier Corporation netting a $1,250 savings on the installation of a new heating system. It’s not like the only convenience the website offers is the savings made possible by others.
Raymond Plumbing offers $20.00 off to anyone using their website to schedule a heating service performance check. There is also a discount given on the yearly check up plan that services your heater in the fall and air conditioner in the spring. Your Lorain county HVAC pro can help you to simplify all the available options.