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Upgrade and Replacement

Your home comfort system is most likely the single biggest use of energy in your home. In fact, over a third of the energy used in the United States is used to heat and cool buildings. Having a properly designed and installed heating and air conditioning system will have the biggest impact on your energy costs.

Choose Jim's Heating & Cooling for your next equipment upgrade or replacement. We provide:

  • Free in-home consultation with one of our HVAC specialists.
  • Help selecting an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system that meets your comfort preferences and lifestyle.
  • Proper sizing of the equipment to meet the unique needs of your home.
  • A convenient way to pay for your installation through our flexible financing options.
  • Full factory warranties on all equipment and labor.

Ameren Missouri Act On Energy Rebate Program

Ameren Missouri

Ameren Missouri offers cash rebates for a variety of energy-saving upgrades on heating and cooling, efficient products, and more. Tuning up or upgrading your heating and cooling systems helps you stay comfortable without wasting energy - plus you'll get cash back. Jim's Heating & Cooling is a participating contractor in the Ameren Missouri Act on Energy program.

There are 3 ways we can help you save:

  1. A diagnostic tune-up keeps your bill lean and prevents untimely breakdowns. Jim's Heating & Cooling will measure your system's performance and optimize it for maximum energy efficiency.
  2. Choosing a new air conditioner with a SEER (energy efficiency) rating of 14 or higher will help you conserve energy even in the hottest weather. You qualify for a bigger rebate if your current system is still working.
  3. An air-source heat pump is an incredibly efficient way to heat your home in winter and cool it in summer. Choose one with a SEER (energy efficiency) rating of 14 or higher to qualify for cash back.

Watch the video below for an explanation of the Ameren Efficiency Analysis program.