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How to stay cool on a budget
Finding the right products for your home can be a challenge, especially when you are trying to figure out which high-efficiency unit will work best for your home, family and lifestyle. You want to find a line of products that are innovative and that will make your life better by taking home comfort and energy efficiency to the next level.
Compared to a 10 SEER air conditioner, the Infinity(R) air conditioner by Carrier(R) can save you up to 56 percent on your cooling costs while lessening your impact on the environment, because it uses less electricity to cool your house.
With the Infinity system, you can have unparalleled control and an ideal balance of temperature, humidity and air quality. It's a system so advanced, it continually monitors your home's comfort levels, and automatically adjusts itself for maximum efficiency and performance.
The Infinity system is so smart that it's capable of detecting and providing alerts when maintenance is needed. And with customizable zoning, it enables you to adjust comfort levels room by room, hour by hour and can even be set up to allow remote access via phone or Web. With the Carrier Infinity Home Heating and Air Conditioning System, the ultimate getaway is right in your own home!
More savings available
As part of an effort to reduce dependence on foreign sources of energy, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides a tax credit to help offset the costs of making energy efficiency improvements to your home. To qualify for the tax credit, you just need to find a dealer to install your new Carrier system that you purchase before Dec. 31, 2010.
How does the program work?
The tax credits apply to a variety of products (including installation costs) such as windows, doors, heating and cooling equipment and more.
The amount of the credit is equal to 30 percent of the installed cost of the qualifying products, up to a total of $1,500. (Consult your tax advisor to determine how this credit applies to you.)
If a qualifying purchase is not large enough to qualify for the maximum credit of $1,500, the remaining available tax credit can be claimed for additional qualifying purchases.
Stop throwing money away with an inefficient air conditioner. Find a Carrier dealer or find heating and cooling products that best fit your needs.
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