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ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating Now Offering Energy Efficient Solutions

 
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Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/06/2013 -- Nobody enjoys opening up their energy bills during the winter months. As the temperatures drop, it becomes more and more expensive to heat a property. On average in the United States, a homeowner spends about $1000 to heat and cool their home each year. Thankfully, ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating can help homeowners and business owners reduce their annual energy bills. Updated heating and cooling systems have proven to reduce energy bills by upwards of 30%. ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating is now installing and servicing Energy Star HVAC systems.

After performing a thorough evaluation of a property and the current HVAC system, ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating will make a professional recommendation as to which options make the most sense for the property owner. One thing is certain; the property owner will be thrilled upon the arrival of the next energy bill. Not only does a modern energy efficient HVAC system help to reduce the monthly bill, but there are major tax incentives as well. In fact, property owners who decide to install a qualified HVAC system before December 31st can still capitalize on the $300 tax credit for 2013.

ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating is more than happy to help homeowners and property owners get the information needed to receive the 2013 tax credit. Once the information is obtained, tax form 5695 can be filled out and sent to the IRS for credit. This winter is shaping up to be long and cold. There may be no better time to invest in an energy efficient heating system. ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating will help every property owner find the best solution for their needs.

About ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating
ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating offers fast reliable HVAC, heating, and air conditioning services to Pennsylvania and New Jersey. For fast and same day services call ACTION Air Conditioning & Heating today.

To learn more, visit http://www.actionheatandair.com.