Replace Furnace by May 2013 and Save Thousands in Orem Utah!
ATTENTION UTAH COUNTY HOMEOWNERS AND RENTAL OWNERS:
NEW FEDERAL LAW MANDATES PURCHASE OF COSTLY REPLACEMENT HEATING EQUIPMENT AFTER MAY 1ST
New Federal energy requirements mean that, after May 1st 2013, anyone in the state replacing their furnace with a new installation must replace it with a furnace that has an efficiency of at least 90%. This could mean a great additional expense for a lot of homeowners and rental owners. 90% efficient furnaces are thousands of dollars more expensive than the current standard 80% efficient models. Additionally, the way 90% furnaces vent may require some extensive work in older homes, townhouse and condos, risking even thousands of dollars more in installation costs.
The Federal Energy Star requirements mean that any contractor installing a furnace of less than 90% efficiency in this state after May 1, 2013 is breaking the law and may be prosecuted. Consumers looking to replace their furnaces only have a limited time to take advantage of it. They run the risk of a needless bill for thousands of dollars that they are unlikely to make up in energy bill savings from the higher efficiency models for a very long time.
Western Heating & Air Conditioning has a surplus of old furnace stock they are looking to shift. They have decided to offer a big discount on the standard 80% efficiency furnace to sell off their stock before it becomes illegal to install it. Western’s owner, Ryan Snow, said, “By being proactive now, homeowners and rental owners can literally save thousands of dollars by replacing their furnaces sooner than later!”
Western Heating & Air Conditioning can be contacted at 801-477-5917 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. This already popular offer will only last as long as the stock of standard furnaces, and they will not be ordering any more. Please share this information with any homeowners or rental owners that you know! Thank you!Western Heating & Air Conditioning Announces New Hours 8 to 8 Monday through Saturday! » « Major problem alleviated during furnace tune up in Pleasant Grove!