All Service Heating and Air Conditioning located in Islip Terrace, NY is your leading service provider for Heating, Air Conditioning, Cooling, Plumbing as well as water and fire Restoration. Located in the heart of Long Island, All Service Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing brings licensed and insured technicians to your residential or commercial location. From Garden City and Huntington to Riverhead and Hampton Bays, All Service is the answer to your Heating, Cooling and Plumbing needs.
Let All Service provide peace of mind for you and your family knowing you will feel warm and safe in the winter months and cool during the New York summers. We have great prices backed by nothing other than the finest installation and support team.
Through years of experience, we are pleased to represent such leading product lines as Rheem / Trane, Armstrong, Fujitsu, LG, SuperStor as well as Grandby and Roth. These Manufactures provide ‘best in class’ products for your residence or commercial application. Whether is it Heating and Air Conditioning, Boilers, Oil Tanks, Water Heaters, Warm Air Furnaces or Aqua Boosters, All Service has the products to meet your specific need.
Our service does not end with a new Air Conditioner or Furnace. If month-to-month or preventative maintenance is required, All Service has a number of options and programs to protect your investment in new or updated Heating and Air Conditioning equipment. We offer several different service programs and plans to fit any budget or location.
All Service is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and provide emergency services related to: Pipe repair or replacement, backflow testing, leak detection, drain cleaning, frozen pipe repair, sewer flood clean, replacement water pumps and more. Don’t hesitate to call anytime day or night. (631) 254-4328 or (631) 581-2665.
And if it is water in the basement, a broken pipe, a leaky water heater or fire damage, All Service offers Restoration services to ensure damage does not continue and steps are taken to protect your home and property.
A Guide to AC and Heating Rebates & Incentives
When you are looking for a new air conditioning or heating system, it is important to factor in the total cost of ownership, not just the initial sticker price. Here are a few points to consider:
- Higher efficiency units cost more, but can result in more rebates, incentives. While higher efficiency systems often are priced higher, they also tend to come with greater rebates and government incentives.
- Government agencies and power companies want you to be efficient. Government agencies and power companies want to encourage the use of higher efficiency equipment to help reduce power consumption during the summer cooling season. That is the time which most often stresses the ability of the local power plant to keep up with demand.
- Incentives are offered by federal, state or local governments and utility companies and change frequently. These often come in the form of direct rebates, tax credits or tax deductions and can total more than $1,000 per system, depending on your geographic location and the type of system purchased.
TIP: Incentives for air conditioners and heat pumps are generally tied to efficiency ratings and performance. The efficiency of air conditioning systems in the U.S. is measured by Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating or SEER. Heat pumps are measured by Heating Seasonal Performance Factor or HSPF. A higher SEER or HSPF number signifies higher efficiency.
Is it worth it? When trying to decide if a higher efficiency system with incentives is worth the cost, it’s helpful to calculate the expected payback, or time required before additional efficiency savings cover the cost of the unit. Using an app, such as e-Saver™ to calculate your payback can make the process quick and easy. Your exact payback will depend on the system cost, amount of incentive, cost of electricity, and your regional climate.
Did you know you can search online for rebates and incentives? Some of the best sources of information we’ve found to help search and keep track of incentives are:
- DSIRE USA
- New York Specific programs
These websites are searchable databases that also contain a lot of valuable information on policies that support renewable energy and energy-efficiency.