During the spring when the weather is milder and there isn’t always a need for either your furnace or your air conditioner, homeowners often don’t have their HVAC systems in mind. It’s not until summer comes and the heat begins being overwhelming that we realize that it may be time to replace our air conditioner. This year, jump ahead of the crowds and replace your air conditioner in the spring…you’ll be glad that you did.
Take Advantage Of The Slower Season
One of the best reasons to replace your air conditioner in the spring as opposed to the summer is the ability to get ahead of the wait. During the spring season, many HVAC companies have a dip in installation and service because many homeowners aren’t using their HVAC systems. If you decide to replace your AC in the spring, you’re ensuring that you’ll get quicker appointment booking times.
Have The Time To Choose The Right System
If you choose to replace your air conditioner in the summer, you may be losing out on finding the right system for your home. During the summer there is a rush for air conditioner repair, replacement, and service, and this makes air conditioner availability diminish. If you choose to shop for a new air conditioner in the spring, you’re giving yourself the best selection and the best chance at finding the perfect AC for your home.
Experience A Worry-Free Summer
There’s nothing worse in a boiling hot Canadian summer than having an old air conditioner break down, forcing you to replace it as quickly as possible. This summer, release yourself from any worry that your old air conditioner could kick the bucket, leaving you hot and uncomfortable in your home by investing in a new air conditioner in the spring, before the heat really begins.
Is it time to replace your air conditioner?
The experts at Delta can help!
The team of HVAC experts at Delta have been proudly serving the Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph regions heating and cooling needs since the 1950s. We are committed to providing our clients with cost-effective solutions and high-quality equipment.