What would an extra $550 do for you? You could decorate your home, take a trip or treat yourself or your family to the newest electronic gadget.
If you’re a member who owns a manufactured home (or you’re in the market for one), now's the time to let us help boost your savings by making your residence more energy-efficient. Plan ahead to reduce your heating costs by an average of $550 per year.
To make manufactured homes more affordable to purchase, they typically come equipped with electric furnaces. This heating system is very cost-efficient for the dealer but the least energy-efficient. In some cases, homeowners with electric furnaces face winter electric bills that are higher than their monthly mortgage payments!
That’s why we’re powering savings by offering incentives to upgrade electric furnaces to high-efficiency heat pumps in new or existing manufactured homes. 52340010
Purchasing a new manufactured home? We’ll cover the difference to upgrade the furnace to a heat pump, at no cost to you. The difference is paid directly to the home dealer, without adding anything to the mortgage. You’ll enjoy the comfort of a more efficient heating and cooling system while saving an average of $550 a year on heating costs. To find out if you qualify for the rebate, contact our Energy Services Department.
Already own a manufactured home? You may qualify for a rebate to cover the cost of upgrading your unit. You can get a rebate up to $400 per ton for replacing an electric furnace with a high-efficiency heat pump. Take comfort in a more efficient system and save on heating costs for years to come. To find out if you qualify for the rebate, contact WFEC at 800-342-7400.
This is just one more way your cooperative is helping you save energy and money. This equates to an average savings of $550 per year on heating costs. That frees up household budgets to provide for the
family in other ways.
Get more information at www.westflorida.coop or call 800-342-7400 today.
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Ceiling fans are a great way to keep cool & can even allow you to raise or lower your thermostat setting about 4 degrees without affecting your comfort.