2015 Trane Spring Promotion

Trane Promotions 2015 (Ontario)

2015 Trane Canada Spring Promotion

Nothing enhances your comfort like a Trane. We think you’ll feel pretty good about the savings as well.

Trane products are designed down to every detail and rigorously tested for reliability and durability, which is why we can say “It’s Hard To Stop A Trane”. 

Take advantage of the Trane Spring promotion from March 16 until May 31, 2015.

Bundle your air conditioning and heating system purchase and get rewarded with year-round peace of mind and a super hot financing deal that’s too cool to pass up. Receive no interest for 36 months with equal payments* OR choose a trade-in allowance of up to $1,150**. Take advantage of no interest for 36 months today by getting an online financing pre-approval now.

Schedule your Free In-Home consultation online or call 613-727-4328 and see why Spring is a great time to trade up to Trane.

24 & 36 Months No Interest, Equal Payment Plan Subject to credit approval. A minimum purchase of $1000 including taxes. A $39.95 Administration fee will be debited from your account after installation. An equal monthly installment will be debited from your bank account each month through-out the promotional interest-free period and payment in full for this installment must be made prior to or on each monthly due date. If payment is not made by the due date, you shall without notice pay interest at a rate of 2% per month, calculated and compounded monthly not in advance on: (A) any past due Monthly Payments and (B) and any other amounts due to us which are not paid on their due dates including the total balance due. (See the terms and conditions on your Equal Payment Agreement for details). Financing provided by SNAP Home Finance. Offers available at participating Dealers only. Ask for details. Offer expires May 31st, 2015.

Get an On-line instant pre-approval for FINANCING TODAY. 

Ontario Rebates on Furnaces and Air Conditioners

Ontario RebatesOntario Power Authority (OPA) – Rebates Available on Trane Heating and Cooling Systems

In the past, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) only rebated homeowners who were upgrading their existing heating and cooling systems. As of January 1st, 2014, the Ontario Power Authority is now offering rebates on new installations, in addition to retrofit jobs.

This means that if you have a home that has no air conditioner, you can have one installed and apply for a rebate from the OPA. This is encouraging news and will translate into more homeowners taking advantage of the$250-$650 rebates offered on electrically efficient heating and cooling systems.

The Ontario Rebate breakdown:

  • The Trane XR13 Air Conditioner can now receive up to $650 in OPA rebates when installed with a Trane furnace (XT95, XV95) and the proper evaporator coil.
  • The Trane XR16 Air Conditioner can receive up to $400 in OPA rebates when installed with the proper evaporator coil (no new furnace required).
  • The Trane XR16 and XL16i, when installed with a Trane furnace (XT95, XV95, XC95m) and the proper evaporator coil, can receive up to $650 in OPA system rebates.
  • When installed with the proper Trane furnace and coil, other units can also receive up to $650 in rebates from OPA.

Units include our new TruComfort Variable Speed Air Conditioners (XV18 and XV20i) and our 2-Stage Air Conditioners (XR17 and XL18i).

The Ontario Power Authority website offers complete details on all of the rebates available. To find out what is right for your home schedule your free in home consultation from Impressive Climate Control, your local and trusted Heating and Cooling contractor.

CMHC Green Home

Mortgage Loan Insurance making Energy Efficient housing more affordable.

CMHC offers a 10% refund on your Mortgage Loan Insurance premium and a premium refund for a longer amortization period (if applicable) may be available if you use CMHC insured financing to renovate your existing home to make it more energy efficient.

More details on their website here.

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