Sacramento Heating and Air Fun Facts

Did you know heat is attracted to cold like a magnet to steel?

Your air conditioner transfers that heat back to the outdoors and will do so for a lot of money or not–depending on how efficient it is. An air conditioner’s efficiency is rated with a S.E.E.R number (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio).

If a 10 S.E.E.R. unit will work at 30 cents per hour cooling your home or office, a 15 S.E.E.R. A/C unit will work just as hard but more efficiently for only 15 cents per hour making it 50% more efficient. This is not only a huge savings in your monthly energy bill, but you won’t have to deal with those expensive repair bills that an aging air conditioner often requires.

Currently the Federal Government and the local utilities are giving money away to people that install more efficient air conditioners, heating units, and furnaces. The Feds are offering 30% of the job cost off of your taxes up to $1500. And rebates up to $650 from local utilities are easy for Sacramento residents to qualify for.

The federal incentive to replace your current heating and/or air conditioning with qualifying equipment will end December 31, 2010. If ever there was a time to replace your old equipment, now is the time. We offer great prices and the best warranties in the business.

Call Sacramento’s Affordable Heating & Air now for more information at 916-922-2775 and a free estimate!

Affordable Heating & Air Company provides free estimates on furnace and heating installations, air conditioning installations, and HVAC installations of every kind to the Greater Sacramento Valley region including South Sacramento, Downtown Sacramento, North Sacramento, Sacramento County, Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln, Rancho Cordova, Folsom, Florin, Citrus Heights, Carmichael, Fair Oaks, North Highlands, Antelope, Orangevale, Elk Grove, Rancho Murieta, Slough House, Wilton, Franklin, Lodi, Stockton, Galt, Natomas, West Sacramento, Woodland, Dixon, and Davis.

Please contact us by

Phone: 916-922-2775

Fax: 916-244-2709



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