Posted by: Valley Services HVAC | December 23, 2009

Perfect Time to Upgrade your Home Comfort

Times are tough right now for you and I both.  But during these dark economic times there are a few bright spots.  Because Wisconsin wants us to spend money and be efficient, you can save up to $1,000.00 in tax rebates for installing a furnace 96% efficient or better.  Energy costs continue to increase and the only way to combat rising utility costs is to BE MORE EFFICIENT!  (Or you do not have to use your furnace in the winter, but we all know that would be tough to do.)

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Day and Night Heating and Cooling Products

Valley Services proudly installs Day and Night Furnaces, Air Conditioners, and Heat Pumps for all Residential and Commercial Replacements.

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Freon R-22 and R-410A

In 2010, the law banning the manufacturing of Air Conditioners with the refrigerant R-22 will be enacted and only R-410A will be allowed.  This will increase the price of R-22 and make it difficult to obtain.  Also, it depletes the ozone and is unhealthy for the environment.  Get ahead of the curve and GO GREEN with an Air Conditioner with the new and more efficient Freon R-410A (does not deplete ozone).

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Call now for a FREE Estimate.  It does not hurt just to look at the possibilities!

Valley Services gladly serves Western WI and Eastern MN, more specifically, in Wisconsin: Hudson, River Falls, Somerset, Baldwin, Hammond, New Richmond, and in Minnesota: Stillwater, Lakeland, Afton, Woodbury, and Oakdale.

Bryan Corbett

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Responses

  1. This is a really good post about furnaces.

    Many people don’t know they can get a tax rebate for furnaces and heat pumps that meet certain efficiency criteria.

    Thanks for the great information

    • The tax credit is still there, but now it is reduced to a max of $500 which is too bad. I hope that they increase it again. The great tax credit was a great way to get people thinking high efficiency!


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