Fall 2010 Volume 2 Number 2
Last Chance For Federal Tax Credit
Last Call… Your window of opportunity to claim the $1,500 Federal Tax Credit is closing December 31st, 2010!
Many of you have already taken advantage of the tax credit, but for those who haven’t there is still time to replace your inefficient furnace, boiler, or air conditioner, with a new high-efficiency system. The $1,500 tax credit allows you to install top of the line equipment near the same price as you’d pay for standard equipment; while providing additional benefits:
– Quick payback with lower utility bills
– More comfortable and quieter operation
– Peace of mind and less maintenance with new equipment
– Better indoor air quality
Improve the energy-efficiency of your home, get a $1500 tax credit, and find additional savings with our great offers (expire 12-31-2010):
The truth is, there has probably never been a better time to buy a new heating and cooling system than in 2010. With a hefty combination of the federal tax credit, special incentives (WI Focus on Energy), and manufacturer rebates, your savings could add up to as much as $2,850! If you’ve thought about replacing your furnace or air conditioner over the next few years, then now is the time as these savings will not be available after the end of the year.
Time is running out so hurry and call 608-233-1001 today! Learn more on how you can take advantage of these great offers. We’ll do all the work so you can sit back and enjoy your new comfort system from Pharo Heating & Cooling.
To learn more about the Federal Tax Credit, visit energystar.gov and click on ‘Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency’, located on lower-left side of homepage; or call Pharo Heating & Cooling at 608-233-1001.
Gas Furnace Trouble Shooting Guide
If you ever have trouble with your heating system, remember that you can always call Pharo Heating & Cooling for help or service; as we have 24 hour service, 365 days a year. But here are some simple things to try before calling:
1. Check to make sure that your thermostat is set to the “heat” position.
2. Make sure that the temperature setting on the thermostat is set above
the indoor temperature showing on the thermostat.
3. Ensure that there is power to the furnace:
◦ Try turning the fan to the ‘On’ position using the switch on the thermostat dedicated to the fan to make sure you have power to the furnace. If the fan turns on, that means you have power.
4. Check the circuit breaker or fuse at the electrical panel.
5. Check the switch located on the side of your furnace. Is it turned ‘On’?
◦ Most furnaces will have a switch installed on the side of the furnace for service purposes.
6. Has your furnace filter been changed recently?
◦ Dirty filters can shut down the furnace due to not having enough air moving through the system.
7. Check all return air grilles to make sure they are not blocked by
◦ Your system needs to pull air from these returns in order to operate. Blocking return grilles will also cost you efficiency as the equipment needs to work harder.
8. Check all supply air registers to make sure the dampers are open and
air is blowing.
“Checking these items could save you a service call and who doesn’t like to save…?”
– Clint Pharo