FPL Energy Cost Guide
Use this spread sheet to help you see how much you can save between systems.
The air we breathe in our homes is loaded with pollutants like pollen, lung-damaging dust, pet hair, dander, dust mites, tobacco smoke, spores, disease-causing bacteria and viruses. Visually you can see, in a beam of sunlight, what represents only a fraction of the millions of airborne contaminants inside your home.
Whole home air cleaners and purifiers treat the air in your entire home, not just one room like many of the products in this category. Removing dust, mold, bacteria and pollen from the air will alleviate allergy and respiratory symptoms. We stock Carrier Infinity and Performance air cleaners and the Carrier Infinity Series Air Purifier, leaders in the air filtration industry.
Key benefits of whole-house air filtration for your family and home:
The air in your home is littered with virus-sized particles and bacteria, allergens, respirable dust and other airborne contaminants. A Whole-House Air Cleaner can help provide relief from these irritants—up to 40 times more efficiently than standard heating system filters.
• Energy Savings
Build-up of pollutants on your heating and cooling equipment can reduce its efficiency by as much as 25%. A Whole-Home Air Cleaner can filter out these particles and help maintain the efficiency of your central heating and cooling system.
Ever feel as if all you do is clean your home? Installing a whole-home air cleaning system means you'll need to dust less, keeping your home and its contents cleaner and more comfortable.
Did you know that build-up of dust and dirt can be damaging to your heating and cooling equipment contributing to increased and expensive maintenance or premature failure.
Tax Credit Program
On Feb 9 2018, President Trump signed into law the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018. Included in this legislation is a one year, retroactive extension of the Nonbusiness Energy Property Credit. The Rheem Air Conditioning Division of Rheem Sales Company, Inc. certifies that the models listed below (if placed in service after December 31, 2014 and before January 1, 2018 in a homeowner’s primary residence AND when installed as part of a matched system that meet the efficiency requirements according to AHRI’s rating system) meet the criteria of “Qualified Energy Property” as set forth by Section 25C of the Internal Revenue Code.