Current Promotions

$20 OFF Your Next $150 Service Call

You choose: Heating and Air, Electrical, or Plumbing.

Offer cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Residential customers only. Limit one offer per household.

Expires July 31, 2017.


10% Off Repair Services Following a Maintenance Check

(with a current signed maintenance agreement)

Upgrade your outdated heating and cooling system to a higher efficiency heating and cooling system and you could qualify for a rebate of up to $500.

As a participating vendor in Duke Energy’s Smart Saver program, we can help you save money!

Switching to a more energy-efficient system can save you big.

You might be surprised at which areas of your home use the most energy. Heating and cooling use the most energy in an average household – more than 40 percent of your monthly bill comes from the energy needed to heat and cool your home.


These figures represent the expected overall performance of the unit for a year, based on average weather and location.
Annual operating cost based on 3 ton heat pump and .10 kilowatt-hours. Average cooling degree days based on Charlotte, North Carolina, from 2009 – 2013. Operating cost vary depending on climate conditions, home characteristics, energy rates and usage patterns.

Installing an energy-efficient heat pump can save you up to $300 on your heating and cooling costs each year.

This chart illustrates how much you can save when you install a new HVAC system that uses less energy to heat and cool your home. A SEER number is an energy efficiency rating. The higher the number, the less energy the system needs to use to make your home comfortable. And the benefits add up!

Eligibility requirements

  • This program is available to Duke Energy residential electric service customers residing in single-family homes, condominiums, mobile homes, townhomes and duplexes.
  • Additionally, all application and supporting documentation must be successfully submitted and approved within 90 days of date of service after April 20, 2016.

Qualifying HVAC equipment requirements

  • Heat Pumps must be 14 SEER or greater, have an HSPF rating of 8.2 or greater and include an ECM fan on the indoor unit.
  • Central Air Conditioners must be 14 SEER or greater and include an ECM fan on the indoor unit.
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps must be 10.5 EER or greater and include an ECM fan on the indoor unit.

Contact us at 864.423.3606 for more information .