Time Is Running Out On Current IESO Incentives!
The current IESO incentives from Save on Energy are set to expire June 30, 2017. If you’re in the market for an air conditioner replacement, make sure to take advantage of the savings before they end!
As part of the current IESO incentive program, you can save hundreds when you install a new high-efficiency air conditioner:
$250 Savings – When you install an ENERGY STAR qualifying central air conditioning system with the following specifications:
- Minimum 14.5 SEER*
- Minimum 12 EER**
$400 Savings – When you install a more efficient stand alone “Tier 2” level central air conditioning system with the following specifications:
- Minimum 15 SEER*
- Minimum 12.5 EER**
Martino HVAC is proud to be a participating contractor in Save on Energy’s heating and cooling incentive and incorporate their rebates into our own spring promotion.
From now until May 31, 2017—we’re offering our
Daikin Spring into Savings promotion!
This limited time promotion includes the provincial heating and cooling incentive in addition to $1,350 in instant savings on qualifying Daikin equipment (when you replace both your heating and cooling systems).
If you’ve been contemplating air conditioner replacement, now is the time to act! Take advantage of the IESO incentives and our spring promotion before they expire both expire!
Contact us today to learn more about the IESO incentives, our spring promotion or if you have any questions about your HVAC system.
Martino HVAC has been proudly serving the GTA and Quinte Regions for 30 years. We have been family owned and operated since 1987 and have consistently provided reliable HVAC service and installation to our residential and commercial customers.
*SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) – Measures air conditioning and heat pump cooling efficiency for central air conditioners. A higher SEER rating means greater energy efficiency.
**EER (Energy Efficiency Ratio) – Measures air conditioning cooling efficiency for room air conditioners. A higher EER rating means greater energy efficiency.