Thanksgiving is a time to gather and be thankful for the things that have happened during the year. The day after, however, leaves many waking up early to journey to shopping malls and stores to purchase Christmas gifts for family and friends. Lots of people also take this day to find deals for their home on appliances and entertainment goods.
For those looking for Black Friday deals on HVAC products; we have good news and bad news. The bad news is that HVAC Black Friday deals don’t exactly exist. The good news, is that the deals in our industry are already applied to your purchase at any time before the end of the year. So in reality, it’s Black Friday every day until the end of the year!
Why You Should Purchase Before the End of the Year
No matter the year or the holidays that precede it, costs of HVAC systems always go up on January 1st. This is the time of year that manufacturers are looking at their costs and determining how much of an increase they need to make for the coming quarters. Without fail, these are passed down to local distributors and thus will affect the price of your new system.
Not only do prices rise in January but many rebates and tax credits also expire at the end of the year. Tax credit 25C is good for up to $500 on qualifying HVAC systems through December 31, 2016. If you’re thinking of going geothermal, qualifying installations can receive 30% through the end of the year as well.
Better Financing Before the End of the Year
At RSC Heating and Air Conditioning we work carefully with several banks to offer you the financing you’re looking for this season. Some Carrier and Mitsubishi systems also have special financing at 0% for 36 months with equal monthly payments. We love to work with you, to not only find something within your budget but also to find the system for your home and needs.
Don’t put up with a freezing cold home or uneven heating within your home. Give one of our experts a call, and we will personally work with you to make sure you get all the savings possible without having to wait for Black Friday.