Even though it may be snowing outside your window, you know that the seasons will change. The summer’s heat and humidity is inevitable, and you really should not put off Air Conditioning Installation or Air Conditioning Replacement. For several good reasons, winter is the perfect time to take care of assuring that your home is cool and comfortable in the summer.
First of all, Air Conditioning Installation and Air Conditioning Replacement is simpler and less labor intensive in the winter months. In the hot weather, the conditions in a home’s attic space are nearly intolerable–with temperatures reaching almost 150 degrees. As such, HVAC companies installations in cooler months can be quicker, easier and therefore, cheaper to accomplish. This means a lower installation cost for the homeowner.
Second, utility companies extend rebates for this type of work when it is done in the winter. When spring arrives, rebate incentives for air conditioning typically disappear.
Third, if your air conditioning unit is outdated or on the verge of failing, do not wait until that first hot summer day to find out it does not work. If you do, you will most likely be in line with many other consumers who have purchased air conditioning and are in line for their installations. Installation schedules are light in the cold weather; so it’s wise to take advantage of that slow time.
Fourth, you will most likely receive a lower price in the winter when demand for Air Conditioning Installation and Air Conditioning Replacement is a lot lower. Air conditioning manufacturers usually increase their prices in the spring and summer months as demand increases in anticipation of the heat and humidity.
Fifth, make your plans well in advance of the summer cooling season. Figure out how much money to set aside before you actually need it for Air Conditioning Installation or Air Conditioning Replacement. This is a smart way to budget your money.
Finally, call us today to set an appointment with one of our professionals. Consultations are always complimentary, and we will be happy to assess your needs and recommend the air conditioning unit that is right for your home.