Fresh Solutions to a Stale Problem
Believe it or not, EPA studies show that the air inside most homes is at least 10 times more polluted than the air outside- even in the smoggiest of cities.
Modern homes are built to be as airtight and energy efficient as possible. This means that stale air- often full of odors, chemicals, irritants and even microscopic insects- becomes trapped inside a home.
The polluted air circulates over and over, leading to sneezing, colds, flu's, eye and throat irritation and outbreaks of allergies or asthma.
RUUD understands how important Indoor Air Quality is to you and your family and we're working to bring you energy-efficient products that improve the quality of your air. Your RUUD professional is ready to help you choose the best product for your family.
The new unit features advanced diagnostic capabilities that monitor and analyze data from the compressor and thermostat and can accurately detect the cause of electrical and system-related failures without any sensors. Additional, it offers best-in-class humidity control, as well as on -demand dehumidification and on/ off fan profiles.
This product joins the rapidly expanding Ruud package line and is designed to provide homeowners with a premium offering in the growing package market segment. For more information on this new, dependable product
Federal Tax Credit Up To $1500 for High Efficiency Heating & Cooling Models
On February 17, 2009, President Obama made important changes to the homeowner tax credits for specified energy-efficient home improvements, which includes qualified heating and cooling products. Two of the more significant revisions to this include the extension of the tax credit through 2010 and the increase of the total available tax credit from 10% to 30%. See below for a full listing of qualified Ruud products.
Homeowners who purchase a qualified Ruud heating and cooling product between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010 are now eligible for a tax credit equal to 30% of the full purchase and installation price with a cap of $1,500.