Spring is a great time to think about replacing an old air conditioning system. When you purchase a new system in spring, you get to enjoy the benefits for the entire cooling season. You also know you won’t have to worry about repairs or breakdowns during hot weather. It’s also a great time to replace your air conditioner because this time of year manufactures often offer specials that can lower replacement costs greatly.Right now MTB Heating and Air has a great Lennox special going on. Buy a new qualifying Lennox system from MTB, and you’ll receive an $1,100 rebate. Add in a $200 rebate from Duke Power and you’re taling about a $1,300 savings. And that’s just the beginning of extra money in your pocket. A new higher efficiency air conditioning sytem will continue to save you money on your monthly power bills for years to come.
There are many great Lennox models to satisfy your cooling needs and suit the budget. All of the high efficiency systems are designed wtih two things in mind…comfort and energy savings. Take for example the Lennox XC17 air conditioner, which is simply the most efficient and quietest single-stage air conditioner you can buy. This unit has an energy rating of up to 18 SEER which means you can save hundreds of dollars a year on utility costs as compared to a standard air conditioer. This model has been designated as one of the most efficient Energy Star qualified products in 2013 and SilentComfort technology delivers low sound levels from the fan.
If you are considering replacing your old air conditioner, don’t wait. Call MTB Heating and Air to take advantage of our great Lennox special. You’ll stay cool and save.
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