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Are you looking to upgrade your heating or cooling system in the upcoming years? Make sure your installation comes with a HVAC SAVE (system adjustment and verified efficiency) rating to ensure efficiency and qualify for rebates. With the most SAVE-certified technicians in Iowa, Wyckoff Heating & Cooling is here to help.
What is a SAVE certified system?
A SAVE certified system is one that is installed by a SAVE-certified contractor. Specific steps are utilized during the design and installation of your system to ensure that the performance is rated excellent. The SAVE certification assures the heating and cooling professional installing or maintaining your new HVAC system is properly trained in energy-efficient installation and measurement.
What does the certification mean to me?
The certification symbols accountability on the business end of the installation and provides piece of mind for each and every customer. Not only can you ensure your equipment is performing properly, but also add comfort to your home and save on your energy bills.
In addition, you can save in more ways than one. Besides the savings in energy efficiency, you may qualify for a rebate from participating energy companies including MidAmerican.
What does the SAVE inspection and rating entail?
A program of the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, the HVAC SAVE rating is derived from actual system performance and acts like a blood pressure test for your system to ensure your furnace or air conditioner is running as efficiently as possible. The system analysis requires a few simple tests. Testing is performed while your system is running under normal conditions, and requires a few harmless test holes be drilled in the system. These small holes will be plugged upon completion of the rating.
Keep in mind, only a SAVE certified contractor can provide this evaluation and rating for you. Remember to request a HVAC SAVE certificate on your new equipment with a rating of “Excellent” once your equipment is approved.
Do I need a SAVE-certified technician to perform a new installation?
The short answer if you would like to qualify for a rebate from MidAmerican – YES! Starting in 2014, MidAmerican requires that all rebate work be completed by a SAVE-certified technician. Wyckoffs is leading the local industry in SAVE-certified technicians, with over 25 available.
If you are interested in testing your current HVAC system or are looking to upgrade, we are here to help! Contact us and make sure you don’t miss the opportunity to SAVE on your energy bills and qualify for a rebate.