(EMAILWIRE.COM, November 02, 2009 ) Phoenix - AC Phoenix - the air conditioning, heating and electrical contractor in Phoenix - is now offering a sale on Heat Pump Installation, using which consumers can benefit from the Efficient Energy Grants available currently. These grants are in the form of attractive Federal Tax Credits to promote Energy Efficiency in America.
As per the new federal bill passed, you can avail tax credit on all purchases, installations and improvements of energy efficient systems between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010. You can spend up to $5000 during this two year period period on single or multiple energy efficiency projects and get 30% or up to $1500 back as the tax credit.
The tough economic environment of today brings tension and uncertainties as people are unsure what the next month will bring. Unlike some other expenses, your energy bills, and urgent AC or Heating System repairs or upgrades just donÂ’t wait. When these expenses are delayed, they just grow bigger with time.
Therefore, ACPhoenix is now offering reduced installation costs without sacrificing quality of heating and cooling equipment, so that consumers can make timely AC and Heating upgrades.
In addition to offering low cost installation, consumers can take advantage of the Federal Tax Credit and the utility companies rebate programs. All three heating and cooling models that are on sale with ACPhoenix qualify for the federal tax credit and SRP rebate program.
ACPhoenix is also offering discounts on any heating and cooling repairs. Our AC and Heating System maintenance program is designed to make AC systems run more efficiently and keep homeowners comfortable without major expenses.
ACPhoenix is a Phoenix based air conditioning, heating, and electrical contractor. ACPhoenix specializes in service, repair and installation of high efficiency heating and cooling systems. In addition ACPhoenix provides electrical wiring installation for residential new construction and remodeling. ACPhoenix has expertise in Heat Pump Installation to benefit from the efficient energy grants available currently.