This summer has been a hot one! Here in Michigan we hit the 90s more often then I can remember. Those days were sweltering too, usually over 95 degrees and not getting below 80 at night. I know the rest of the country has been dealing with the same thing or worse and I heard that many records were broken for the blistering heat this summer
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Thank goodness for air conditioning! While I’m typically a freeze baby and love the warm weather…
…even this summer has me cranking the A/C.
When we moved to Michigan, we bought an older house. It’s a fantastic house, but it needs lots of love. We knew when we bought it that the HVAC was on its last legs. Thankfully it has made it through this summer but I’m not sure how much longer it will make it.
That’s why I was interested in this infographic from Sears Home Improvement about when to replace or repair your HVAC.
Did you know that Sears Home Improvement experts can be trusted to repair or replace your heating and cooling systems? This is good news because we may need both soon!
Here’s a great Q & A on the Sears Home Services Blog about what type of HVAC is right for you.
There are a lots of informative articles on the blog. It’s become my favorite go-to for home advice, new trends, tips, tricks, and more.
I’m also happy to learn that when it’s time to install a new furnace, central air conditioner, or other type of whole-house heating or cooling unit, you can schedule a free in-home consultation with a Sears heating and cooling expert.
The experts will explain your options, so you can choose an HVAC unit that’s right for your house and budget.
Be sure to schedule your free in home consultation to learn more about your HVAC units. It’s free! You can’t beat that!
Did you know that you can also save up to $625 on new cooling systems (includes possible federal tax credits**)? Visit Sears Heating & Cooling Offers for more info.
**About Federal Tax Credits for Home Improvements:
Did you know: there are federal energy tax credits available? You can upgrade your home, get tax credits and companies like Sears make sure you are aware of these benefits and you can stack savings.
A number of tax credits for residential energy efficiency have been renewed. These tax credits are available for purchases made in 2016, as well as retroactive to purchases made in 2015. ENERGY STAR products eligible for tax credits are independently certified to save energy, save money and protect the environment. Use up to 30% less energy in your home by outfitting it with ENERGY STAR products available across more than 70 categories.*
More info about Federal Tax Credits: https://www.energystar.gov/about/federal_tax_credits
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