Why Install Air Conditioning Before the Summer?

Climate Changes

When is the best time of year to purchase and install a new air conditioner? Some people say winter or early spring while others believe that summer months are when all of the big deals happen, but in our professional opinion installing a new air conditioner before summer hits is the best time. Why?

  1. Avoid Peak Season: Like any other industry trying to book a company during peak season can entile limited amounts of available appointments and the hassle of needing to rearrange your schedule in order to accommodate. By being ahead of the crowd we will be able to better provide you with more appointment options and ensure that you are ready for summer before heat waves hit.
  2. Not Pressed for Time: Often times when homeowners wait until summer to install or repair their air conditioner it leaves them feeling rushed and panic to make a quick decision. Preparing for this decision before summer hits will give you the time you need to research which AC unit will be the best fit for you home, needs, and budget. With the right planning and research you can save yourself tons of money on your air conditioner system and utility bills. Of course our team of HVAC experts will answer anything questions you may have and help you make the best air conditioning installation decision.
  3. Time to Schedule an Evaluation: Waiting until summer could lead to homeowners making rash decisions in order to beat the heat quicker. Take time to have one of our professionals evaluate your space and assess the layout and square footage of your home. We will use that data to determine the best size unit for your home. This will give you a better estimate of costs in terms of unit and installation fees.

Whether you decide that split air conditioner, packaged air conditioner, or central air conditioning system is the best choice for your home our team of professional and experienced HVAC experts will be able to replace, install, repair, or answer any of your air conditioner needs.