Spring is coming!
With spring officially starting on March 20, 2016, what does that mean for us in South Florida? Well, for one thing it means we start getting back to our normal heat temperatures, it also means A LOT more rainfall (usually, and being this is an El Nino year this is probably very true) and finally, MANUFACTURER’S REBATES!
Starting March 15, 2016, the new Trane 2016 Spring Rebates go into effect. Trane offers some of the best rebates and financing options available in the industry, combine that with high quality equipment, now is definitely the time to make that purchase before we head into summer.
This year Trane has 2 great consumer offers to choose from, and consumers will be able to select from either 1. financing offers or 2. trade-in allowance (i.e. INSTANT rebates). So depending on your financial situation there is an amazing offer for you.
OFFER 1: FINANCING
NO INTEREST UNTIL JANUARY 2021*
*With approved credit. Call for details.
OFFER 2: TRADE IN ALLOWANCE
UP TO $1,000 ON QUALIFYING EQUIPMENT
What equipment qualifies? That’s the great thing about Trane, about 95% of their lineup is included in this promotion. To qualify a purchase including a new Condenser Unit (Outdoor Unit), Air Handler (Indoor Unit), Electric Heater and a Trane Nexia Thermostat is required. Want specifics on what rebates or incentives are for certain equipment, give us a call to schedule your FREE IN-HOME CONSULTATION.
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