Did you know that the government is offering up to $650 in rebates through the Save on Energy Heating and Cooling Incentive program? And to sweeten the deal, Kenetic Energy Ltd is matching these rebates on qualifying purchases and installations. That means up to $1300 in savings for our customers in Campbellford, Havelock, Hastings, Norwood, Warkworth, Trent Hills and surrounding areas!
As a Heating and Cooling Incentive participating contractor, Kenetic Energy Ltd can help you purchase and install eligible central heating and/or cooling equipment to qualify for this rebate and get you on your way to savings.
By participating in the Heating and Cooling Incentive you will receive:
$250 when you replace your existing furnace with a new high-efficiency furnace equipped with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM)
$250 when you purchase and install an ENERGY STAR certified central air conditioning (CAC) system with at least a 14.5 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) and 12 EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating
$400 when you purchase and install an ENERGY STAR certified CAC system with at least a 15 SEER and 12.5 EER rating
Kenetic Energy Ltd will match these rebates for even more savings!
By switching to energy efficient heating and cooling equipment, not only will you benefit from these rebates but you could see a savings of up to $325 per year on your energy costs. Other benefits include:
A furnace with an Electronically Commutated Motor (ECM) can reduce electrical consumption by 60%. Heating accounts for 60% of home energy use so savings can be significant.
An ENERGY STAR® certified high-efficiency model can cut cooling costs as much as 30%.
Replacing a 10 SEER central air conditioning unit with a 15 SEER unit will save about $690 over the life of the unit.
The Heating and Cooling Incentive program is available for a limited time and applies to equipment purchased and installed before June 30, 2017. To find out if you meet the eligibility requirements, contact Kenetic Energy Ltd at 705-778-7877 for an assessment.
For more information about the Heating and Cooling Incentive program, and other energy savings tips visit Save on Energy.