- March 21, 2012 - YORK, Pa. --
Strine’s Heating and Air Conditioning, of York, PA, has been honored for performing more air conditioning tune-ups during 2011 than any of the 429 contractors who participated in the HVAC Tune-up Rebate Program in Met-Ed’s service area. Strine’
s completed 1,326 residential HVAC tune-ups in 2011.
Strine’s performance surpassed all other participating contractors in all of FirstEnergy’
s Pennsylvania utility service areas. More than 690 contractors worked on the program in the Met-Ed, Penelec, and Penn Power service areas. The recognition was provided by Honeywell, the administrator of the residential HVAC Tune-Up Rebate Program for FirstEnergy’
s utilities in Pennsylvania.
As part of Act 129 of 2008, Pennsylvania’
s seven largest electric utilities are required to reduce electricity consumption and peak demand. Through its HVAC Tune-up Rebate Program, FirstEnergy’
s utilities provide rebates for maintenance of air conditioning equipment to their Pennsylvania residential customers. This program is one of several offered by FirstEnergy’
s utilities to meet Act 129 requirements.
It’s not too late to take advantage of the rebate program. Air conditioning system tune-ups performed by participating contractors in the Met-Ed service area between April 1, 2011, and May 31, 2013, are eligible for a rebate amount of $60 (or $75 if an electronically commutated motor fan was replaced as part of the tune-up).
For more information, call Barry Strine, president of Strine’s Heating and Air Conditioning, at (717) 755-4127.
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