Learn how you can own an energy efficient unit without credit check or cash outlay through the PACE program, available in cities of Winter Park and Orlando and all of unincorporated Marion County.
Thinking of replacing your old cooling and heating system with an energy-efficient one?
Benefit from using energy-efficient systems in your Florida household:
✔ Reduced energy cost (saves you money on utility bills)
✔ Increased comfort & convenience in the home
While there are long-term benefits and advantages in the use of energy-efficient systems, not everyone will be able to afford such upgrades.
The cost of upgrading to energy energy-efficient systems can be very expensive.
But if you’re qualified for the PACE program, you can own an energy-efficient unit without credit check or cash outlay!
Basically, here’s how the PACE (Property Assessed Clean Energy) Program works:
✔ PACE will pay for the total cost of the project.
✔ The cost of the project is spread over the life of the equipment added to the property taxes on the residence or business, allowing the home or business owner to avoid any upfront cost or credit approval.
✔ If you sell your home or business, the agreement and any remaining balance can transfer with the property to the new owner.
Here’s how to qualify for the PACE Program:
- Must have equity in the home equal to or greater than the cost of the project
- Must not have filed bankruptcy during the previous 3 years or during the time you have owned the home if less than 3 years
If you’re thinking of making energy-efficient improvements to your Florida home, refer to these websites for more information: www.evestflorida.com and www.floridapace.gov. The same program also applies to insulation.
At AC Guys Cooling & Heating Services, we offer creative finance solutions to help you own a new energy-efficient unit.
CALL A/C GUYS HEATING AND COOLING SERVICES, PACE CERTIFIED CONTRACTOR, TO DISCUSS THE PACE PROGRAM.
* The PACE E/VEST program is available for residences located within the City of Winter Park, the City of Kissimmee, commercial buildings located within Osceola County, and residences located within Marion County. Residents of other areas may contact their city and/or county legislators to inquire whether the program may be available for additional areas..