Lennox Rebate

Lennox Rebate Offer runs September 4, 2017 – November 17, 2017.


Save on a complete qualifying Lennox® home comfort system that includes

air conditioner or heat pump, gas furnace or air handler and thermostat.


With the Schedule IQ feature, you only need to program the thermostat once. Whenever  there’s a change in your routine, the iComfort® S30 adapts heating and cooling to match.


Purchase iHarmony® zoning, a major advance in precision climate

control and enjoy savings and custom comfort.


Cleans the air in your home better than any other single system you can buy, doesn’t

produce ozone and that means cleaner air in every room.

Lennox Rebate Offer ends 6/13/14

*Some restrictions apply. System rebate offers range from $200–$1,600. Rebate offer is valid September 4 through November 17, 2017 with the purchase of qualifying Lennox products. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Additional add–on rebates for iComfort® S30 Thermostat, iHarmony® Zoning System and PureAir™ Air Purification system valid with a qualifying system purchase only. See your participating Lennox dealer for complete details.

Sheet Metal Workers Local 104 Rebate

Sheet Metal Workers Local 104 is offering rebates for Residential Furnace and Air Conditioning.  By choosing a signatory contractor and members of Sheet Metal Workers’ Local Union 104 to care for your heating and cooling needs, you not only qualify for the rebates listed, you are also assured the work will be performed by the most skilled personnel in the industry. January 2 – December 31 2017.

Replace Furnace and add Air Conditioning system – $200.00
(90% Furnace or 14 SEER Air Conditioner or better) – $275.00
Replace Furnace and existing Air Conditioning system – $150.00
(90% Furnace or 14 SEER Air Conditioner or better) – $225.00
Replace or add new Air Conditioning system – $150.00
(14 SEER upgrade or better) – $200.00
Replace existing furnace – $100.00
(90% Furnace or better) – $150.00

Flat rate roof repair offer!

Found an unexpected leak on the last rain storm? Izmirian offers a flat rate repair service that fixes any roof leaks you have with one call. Upon your request, we will arrange a convenient time for us to come and repair your leak – it’s that simple. Price for fixing a single leak on your roof is a flat fee of $395, for each additional leak, it’s $150 – it’s that simple. No waiting several days just for an estimate while the leak gets worse, just get the job done – after all, you’ve got better things to do than to fret over a leaking roof. Sounds simple? At Izmirian, it is that simple. Contact us and we will fix your leak, lickety split.

Tips on buying an air conditioning system

Buying an Air Conditioning System

Central air conditioning is available either as packaged units (combined condensor and blower) or as split systems (remote condensing unit with indoor blower coil or furnace). As with heating, sizing is the most critical element of unit selection. Other important considerations are efficiency, noise levels, type of refrigerant, and staging. If you want to know more about this then click to read more.

Cooling system efficiency is measured by the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER). Use the SEER number to gauge the relative energy cost of cooling among different combinations of condensers and coils. The minimum allowable SEER rating is 13. We recommend a minimum rating of at least 14, and have systems available as high as 20.5.

Sound levels of condensing units are measured in decibels (dB). Equipment rated at or below 70 dB is considered very quiet. Equipment above 80 dB is very noisy. The scale is logarithmic, so an 80 dB unit is ten times as loud as a 70 dB unit. Selection of quiet equipment, as well as careful placement away from noise sensitive areas, will avoid neighbor’s complaints.

Central air conditioning equipment is now widely available with R410A refrigerant. R22 is being phased out as an ozone depleting chemical. The new refrigerant is ozone friendly and performs very well in equipment designed for its use.

Condensing units are available with either single or two stage compressors. Two stage equipment is very useful in zonally controlled applications to prevent individual zones from overcooling during partial demand.

Tips for buying a furnace

The most important factor in selecting a furnace is the contractor you buy it from. A conscientious contractor will specify a furnace that is properly sized for the application, and meets the comfort, efficiency, and budget needs of the customer. A quality installation is then needed to provide quiet operation and balanced heat distribution. Equipment oversizing is the most common cause of noisy, imbalanced, drafty, and inefficient performance.

Efficiency of gas furnaces is measured by the Department of Energy’s Annualized Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) standard. Older style standing pilot atmospherically vented furnaces achieve an AFUE rating of 50% to 65%. Electronic ignitions improve the rating by about 5%. Modern draft induced furnaces achieve an efficiency rating of 80% AFUE, and condensing gas furnaces achieve an “Energy Star” efficiency of 90% to 97% AFUE. High efficiency furnaces can be vertically or side wall vented with PVC pipe, and require a condensate drain.

Most manufacturer’s offer two stage furnaces at a very small premium. Low stage operates the furnace at two-thirds capacity for the first 10 to 15 minutes of operation. If heat demand is not satisfied in that time, the furnace will step to its full capacity until the space is heated. Staging provides quieter operation, more comfortable heating, higher efficiency, and less cycling of the furnace.

Modulating furnaces provide a range of heating from 40% to 100% of capacity. They provide the ultimate in comfort by equalizing the heat loss of the home with the output of the furnace. They are also ideal for zone controlled installations.

Typical modern furnaces are equipped with direct drive AC blower motors. Premium furnaces now offer digitally controlled direct current (DC) ECM blower motors that operate at a fraction of the energy costs of standard AC blower motors. In addition to efficiency, these blowers offer quieter operation and more precise air volume control. These blowers can also be set for very low constant air circulation volume. This provides extremely quiet operation for air cleaning and stratification reduction.

We will gladly help you select the combination of features that fit the needs of you and your residence or business.

Attic Ventilation

Proper attic ventilation is a necessity to prevent excessive moisture build-up from condensation in the winter, and preventing excessive heat build-up in the summer. Both conditions can impact the life of your roof and the comfort of your home. High attic temperatures, even with proper insulation, can result in a home that is unnecessarily hot in the summer, and difficult to cool.

For typically pitched attics, the requirement is one square foot (net free area) of ventilation for every 150 square feet of attic floor area, with half of the ventilation high, and half low. This, however, does not guarantee an adequately vented attic. It is important that vents are properly located and installed to insure proper ventilation.

Installing vents at both eaves and ridges allow a “chimney effect” to promote the movement of air up and out of the attic. Eave vents alone will keep heat and moisture trapped in the attic.

The best time to address attic ventilation issues, of course, is when installing a new roof. For existing problem attics, however, ridge or eyebrow style vents can be retrofit into an existing roof system.

Attic exhaust fans are an easy and affordable way to clear hot air from an attic when it is most needed. These are available as line voltage fans with thermostat controls to turn the fan on when the attic gets hot, and turns it off when the temperature drops approximately 15 degrees. For homes with the proper exposure, we have solar powered fans that operate whenever the sun shines on the built-in or remote solar panel.

Please contact us to provide your attic ventilation solution.

Nate certified

Congratulations to our employees Nick Reno and Joe Bloomer for successfully completing their NATE certification on 12/20/2009.  They are the latest addition to our growing list of employees that have taken this rigorous training and testing program.

What is NATE?

NATE stands for North American Technician Excellence, and it’s the only nationwide certification program accepted by the entire HVACR industry — contractors, manufacturers, and the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. NATE is a voluntary certification program designed to ensure that qualifying technicians have a core set of competencies and can be trusted by the consumers who hire them. NATE is the culmination of several years worth of work by ACCA and other industry organizations to establish one single, nationwide certification.

Why is NATE certification by our employees important to you?

The NATE certification is rigorous and voluntary. There are other third-party certification programs out there, but they have suspiciously high “pass” rates. NATE has the lowest pass rate and is the only nationwide certification program that is endorsed by the HVACR industry across all levels. Technicians, contractors, manufacturers, utilities, educators, wholesalers and leading industry trade associations support NATE. And industry organizations such as ACCA have helped develop the tests to ensure they maintain high professional standards.