Heating Contractors based in Jacksonville, FL
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The city of Jacksonville is served by numerous heating contractors, many of whom also service and install air conditioning and plumbing systems. The Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan Area, which includes outlying area such as Atlantic Beach and St. Augustine, also has many heating contractors that operate throughout the region.
Some of heating contractors in the Jacksonville area belong to the North Florida Air Conditioning s Association. This thirty year-old organization works to promote the interest of contractors through education, lobbying and creating legal and ethical standards. For more information about this organization and its members, you can call their office at 904-783-3155.
Florida law does not require that landlords have heating systems installed in their properties. However, heating systems that are installed in rental properties must function properly. If they do not, the tenant can take the following steps:
- Before doing anything, it is advisable that the tenant gives the landlord a letter of non-compliance that states the problem, provides details, and refers to any laws or codes that are being violated. The letter should also notify the landlord that he or she has seven days to fix the problem before further action will be taken.
- The tenant can withhold rent until the problem is solved. For more information about how to do this legally, contact the Florida Division of Consumer Affairs at 1-800-HELP-FLA.
- The tenant can break the lease and move out.
Alternative Energy in Jacksonville
Alternate Energy Technologies, LLC is a company based in Jacksonville that manufactures products for the collection and use of solar power. This company distributes its US-made products nationally. It has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, the highest that organization issues.
Jacksonville also hosted its second biannual Green Expo, which highlighted the many aspects of sustainability, including alternative energies. The expo featured a solar-powered car and numerous alternative energy businesses.
Aid for Upgrading Energy Systems
Progress Energy, a North-Carolina energy company that provides services to the Carolinas and Florida, offers its customers a rebate for installing solar-power water heating systems. The Solar Water Heater Program gives residents up to $450 in credit with Progress Energy and up to $60 in credits each subsequent year. Homeowners who participate in this program are also eligible for federal income tax credits. You can call 1-888-282-9757 for more information on this program.
The State of Florida also provides a property tax exemption for homeowners who have installed a renewable energy system in their homes. This includes solar power, photovoltaics, wind power, and geothermal heat pump systems. The exemption amount is 100% of the cost of equipment and installation. For more information, you can call the Florida Department of Revenue at 1-800-352-3671.
Jacksonville has moderate temperatures all year round. On average, the s daily lows never drop below 40 degrees and its daily high temperatures never rise above 91 degree. Heating systems keep residents comfortable during the cool winter nights and air conditioning is often necessary during the days.
Though generally very humid in the mornings, its rainy season spans from late summer to early fall. Despite this, the city sees plentiful sunshine throughout the year.
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