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Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am to 5pm

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April 4th, 2016 - Posted in Tax Credits and Rebates

Lennox Spring 2016 Promotion!!

Get ready for the summer heat by taking advantage of Lennox Manufacturer Rebates.  Lennox is currently offering up to $1,700 in manufacturer rebates for qualifying systems through June 10th.  Certain systems may also qualify for the Duke Energy Progress Home Energy Improvement Program rebates (available year round) and the renewed for 2016 Home Efficiency Federal…

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January 8th, 2013 - Posted in Furnaces

Your Furnace Providing These 3 Essentials? If Not, It’s Time For A Change

Heating your Asheville home each winter accounts for a large portion of your overall annual energy costs. And if your furnace is inefficient or unreliable, or if you and your loved ones aren’t as toasty and comfortable as you might like during the cold weather, you might want to consider upgrading to a new furnace.

October 25th, 2012 - Posted in Energy Efficiency

9 Ways You Can Boost Home Performance

It’s not just the efficiency of your HVAC system that dictates energy costs. Although you may not know it, multiple factors in your home contribute to either manageable or out-of-control energy bills. Ultimately, to boost home performance — and keep energy costs low — you need to approach your home systematically, ensuring that all of…

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