How to Make Your HVAC Purchase More Affordable

Your Heating and Air Conditioning system is one of the most important and expensive appliances in your home. However, you can’t put a price on your family’s health and comfort. An HVAC system is a long-term investment, so it’s important to purchase a system that meets the needs of your home and your family.

According to, the national average HVAC replacement cost is $9,600. HVAC system cost depends on many factors. For instance, the size of your home, the brand and efficiency rating of the equipment you choose, and your family’s indoor air quality needs.

When deciding to purchase a new HVAC system, you may also want to consider how long you intend to stay in your home. If you are planning to sell your home sometime in the near future, could this investment add value to your property or even allow you to increase your selling price? Does your family have allergies or other health requirements that would make it essential to improve the quality of the air in your home? Once you have reviewed your needs, you can then start planning your budget and getting options that will help you meet your budgetary needs.

Temperature Doctors is here and ready to help you find the best financing programs, energy rebates and promotions available to help you meet your budget. As a matter of fact, we offer some of the best financing for HVAC systems available in the market.



Financing can be an excellent option for those who would like to spread out the investment over several months or years. This, of course, saves you from having to dish out a large amount of cash at one time and ensures your family is safe and comfortable in your home.



Promotions often come at the beginning of the heating and cooling seasons. My father always said, “The early birds catch the worm.” This saying is true in terms of purchasing an HVAC system. If you need to replacement your system, check for promotions in early spring and early fall. These promotions can save you money by offering competitive financing options, low monthly payments and equipment rebates. To find out if you are eligible for equipment rebates, contact Temperature Doctors, Rockford’s HVAC experts.


Utility Rebates

The goal of the US Environmental Agency, the Department of Energy and its partner Energy Star is to protect the environment and help consumers save money by promoting the use of energy-efficient products. Because of this, they offer incentives when you investment in energy-efficient HVAC equipment. Nicor and ComEd utility rebates are available on qualifying equipment.
Rebates are generally given in 2 different ways. 1) the HVAC company will give you an instant rebate by taking the savings directly off your invoice total. 2) The HVAC contractor will give you the documents you need to apply for the rebates.


Federal Tax Credits

According to, the federal income tax credit for residential energy efficiency has been extended through December 31, 2021. This credit is for installing energy star certified equipment in your home.

Temperature Doctors Heating & Cooling is here to help you determine your needs and finalize your purchasing decisions. Contact us today so we can assist you in the process of finding the best comfort system for your home and your family.

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