Take advantage of the best deals on York AC & Heat Pump Systems before the summertime rush! Promotions below are valid on installations until 3/31/2024. You can receive up to $480 in rebates when you purchase qualifying York equipment* from Symbiont Service, your York Certified Comfort Expert. All our York units come with a add a YORKCare™ Protection Plan extended warranty** for your peace of mind. Combine this offer with an additional 5% off AC changeouts! You can also apply a Florida Power & Light’s $150 Instant Rebate* and see if you qualify for Federal Tax Credits† to maximize your savings.
Take advantage of the best deals on York AC & Heat Pump Systems before the end of the year! Promotions below are valid on installations until 12/31/2023. You can receive up to $480 in rebates when you purchase qualifying York equipment* from Symbiont Service, your York Certified Comfort Expert. Combine this offer with Florida Power & Light’s $150 Instant Rebate*, the YORKCare™ Protection Plan extended warranty**, and Federal Tax Credits† to maximize your savings!
Not only can upgrading to a more energy efficient air conditioner or heat pump lower your energy bills, but it can also save you some cash come tax season. We’ll tell you how.
First, some background. On January 1, 2023, federal tax credit provisions under the Inflation Reduction Act came into effect. These Energy Efficient Home Improvement tax credits help reduce the cost of certain upgrades to homes and businesses—including air conditioners, heat pumps, and other home appliances and upgrades.
Though the requirements are more complex than previous credits, the maximum credit amount available to you is also much higher. The Energy Efficient Home Improvement tax credits are available for equipment installed between January 1, 2023-December 31, 2032. (Go here for tax credit information for 2022 and earlier.)
When homeowners or commercial building owners in Englewood, Florida call our Symbiont Service Air Conditioning office and ask, “why is my AC making noise?” That is a red flag and prompts action on the part of our HVAC professionals. Why? Because if you’re hearing a noise that is new to you — chances are it is a problem that needs to be addressed.
The last thing you want to do, on one of the hottest and most humid days in Florida is to have your HVAC go out. If you hear a noise, schedule a service call. Chances are it could be nothing, but you don’t want to take that chance and cross your fingers hoping the noise goes away.
When you live in an area like Florida, it is crucial to have a working air conditioning unit and this is especially true if you have a health condition or are elderly. High heat and humidity in a home or office could prove to be fatal.
Have you ever wondered how to reduce your carbon footprint? That is one of the questions our air conditioning professionals get asked all the time. When you make a change to #geothermal heating or cooling, you are reducing your carbon footprint because you’re not using any fossil fuels to heat and cool your home.
If the coronavirus pandemic taught us anything it’s that if we are going to spend time in our homes for extended periods of time, we need them to be comfortable, right? One way to ensure you are comfortable in your home is by having an air conditioner that is energy efficient and working properly. We have put together this list and tips for saving money on air conditioning bills.
The air conditioning and geothermal professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning can ensure the HVAC unit in your home or office are operating at peak efficiency. When you have a HVAC inspection and take other steps you just might be able to save money on your utility bills and have more money in your pocket.
We wanted to give a brief rundown of what our professional service technicians will do and why. The reason to schedule an inspection of the air conditioning unit is something that experts agree should happen at least two times a year — and the beginning and the ends of the season. Even though Florida’s weather is somewhat consistent and there may not be a clear line between Summer and Winter, you should still plan to have an inspection every six months.
Bigger is better, right? You supersize your fries or buy a bigger container of something because it’s a better bargain on a per pound basis. This may be true in some cases, but is bigger better for the HVAC unit? Not necessarily, the air conditioning professionals from Symbiont Air Conditioning in Englewood, Florida explain.
A properly sized HVAC unit is crucial to proper cooling, heating, ventilation — and on your budget. When one of our professionally trained HVAC and geothermal technicians comes to your home or office, they will explain the importance of having a properly sized HVAC unit and will let you know the best, most efficient size for your home or office.