Heating and Air Conditioning System

Invest In a New Heating and Air Conditioning System

Face it; the stock market is in the tank. The bond market is erratic and real estate is still a shaky proposition. So where does an astute investor put money these days?

How about in the one place that really makes sense? Your home.

"Now is an excellent time to replace an older, less efficient heating and air conditioning system," says Bruce Locker of Robertson Electric. "It’s a good investment in your home."

Currently, there are numerous incentives that make buying a new system even more attractive. The financing, for one, is excellent.

"We have financing plans allowing customers to take up to 3 years to pay with no interest if they pay in full or finance before the period is up." Bruce noted. "We can also finance the purchase with interest rates as low as 5.99%."

In general, the savings a homeowner realizes in reduced utility bills more than pays for a new heating and air conditioning system. In fact, homeowners frequently realize savings of anywhere between $500 and $1000 per year, depending on the efficiency of the new unit and the condition of their old system. On an $8,000 investment, that’s a pretty decent return.

In the past few years, manufacturers have made huge strides in the improved efficiency of heating and air conditioning systems. The units are now quieter, more efficient and safer than ever before. The increased comfort level within the home is substantial. Also, the SEER ratings have increased. Units up to 20 SEER are available from several manufacturers. And the higher the SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio), the more efficient the system becomes.

Eager to increase sales on a national level, manufacturers are giving rebates to consumers, creating very favorable pricing on the new units. The government will allow tax credits on certain high efficiency systems up to $500 for 2013.

"We are also giving large discounts and other incentives to make replacement even more attractive to homeowners." Bruce pointed out.

The average life of a heating and air conditioning system is about 12 to 15 years. If your system is approaching that age, it really makes sense to consider replacing it now, preventing expensive labor calls in the summer or winter when the weather is at its hottest or coldest. And saving money on utility bills is more important now than ever before.

To find out about the many tax credits, rebates and incentives from Robertson Electric, and to learn more about the attractive financing options available, call 434-973-4348. Ask Lynne Gilbert for a no-obligation consultation with a highly trained Robertson Electric Home Comfort Advisor and find out all the advantages of replacing your inefficient heating and air conditioning system and investing in your home.

Please click here for an online credit application through Wells Fargo.
Financing provided by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank, a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Financial.  Wells Fargo Financial is an affiliate of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Please click here for an online credit application through Springleaf Financial Services.
Financing only available to residents in state of Virginia.

Wells Fargo and Springleaf Financial Services are just two of the many finance options we offer.