Free In-home Consultation

Enercare Advantage is all about comfort: The comfort your air conditioner will bring on hot summer days, and your comfort with the whole experience of renting a home new air conditioner.

Comfort is why we begin every HVAC rental experience with a free in-home assessment by an Enercare Energy Management Consultant. Our EMC team has years of HVAC expertise and understands the best ways to ensure your home’s unique cooling needs are met.

During the inspection, we’ll investigate insulation nooks and crannies to discover where your home loses its heat and cold air. We’ll also design a custom solution that accounts for room size, airflow patterns, and home age to help you cool your home effectively with a central or ductless AC system, letting you protect your wallet and the environment.

Call 1-855-287-9404 or fill out the form to receive a call from us to schedule your assessment and price quote.

 

If you'd like to buy out of your air conditioner rental agreement, explore the Enercare HVAC Rental Buyout Table.

Compare AC Options

Rental (Enercare Advantage) Purchase
Cost Range $67 to $138 per month $3,500 to $6,000 including standard installation from a fully-insured, licensed company that includes at least a one year warranty and all required licenses.
Installation Charges $0 Included
Maintenance Costs $0 Not Included
Repair Costs $0 AC fan motor: $697 | AC fan blade: $317
Who Owns the AC Unit Enercare You
Extended Warranty $0 No Included
Agreement Length Life of equipment None

The AC Rental Process

1

Schedule a free in-home assessment

  • Call us or fill out the Get Free Price Quote form above to schedule your assessment.
  • For forms, our representatives will reach out to you to set up your appointment.
  • After scheduling your appointment, we’ll send a highly trained Energy Management Consultant to inspect your home. 
2

In-home visit with an Energy Management Consultant (EMC)

  • One of our EMCs will come to your home and complete an hour-long no-cost, no-obligation assessment. 
  • The EMC looks at your current HVAC equipment and asks questions to provide the best solutions for your home.
  • The EMC then provides fixed-price quotes and payment options.
3

Equipment installation

  • After choosing a cooling solution, our EMC will book an installation appointment that works with your schedule. 
  • The installation can take 1-2 days, depending on the size of the installation. 
  • If we’re installing your air conditioner in the middle of winter with extreme temperatures, our team may need to come back in the spring to finish the job
  • Our installation teams are committed to making sure they are respectful to you and your home.
4

Maintaining your equipment

To keep your equipment in tip-top shape, maintaining your new equipment is important.

Rentals through Enercare Advantage come with biannual maintenance (once every two years) and we will fix the equipment for free any time it breaks down.*

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Excellent service! Nick Pelowich did a great job and explained the issue very well!
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Reno did a great job!
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Shaun was great very good service 👌
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Happy to have my a/c working properly again - Salman was excellent.
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Reno great job thank you fir your excellent service
Laura Urciuoli
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Salman was so very very helpful and efficient
CAROLINE MURPHY
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Shaun was amazing. Explained everything he was doing and seeing, and why he was doing it. Very clear, smart, and thorough. Thanks!
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