If you’ve noticed a decline in the efficiency of your older heating and cooling equipment, or it’s needed repair more often in the recent past, now is the ideal time to investigate your HVAC replacement options. Here are a few of the reasons why springing on new equipment before summer makes good sense:
Balmy spring temperatures make this the most comfortable time of year to schedule a new HVAC installation, since you don’t have any need for heating and cooling.
Fewer Mid-Season Reliability Worries
When you replace older, repair-prone equipment this spring, you won’t have to worry that it’s going to break down or fail at the height of the season when there’s a greater risk of discomfort and inconvenience.
In the springtime, many homeowners don’t think about their air conditioner or furnace, so it’s a slower period for HVAC manufacturers. That’s why at this time of year, many manufacturers have special deals on equipment and/or financing offers that you can take advantage of to save.
Once the heat of summer arrives, trusted area HVAC companies will be busy with maintenance visits, and emergency equipment repairs/replacements. Since spring is less hectic, it’s easier to book your new equipment installation at your convenience.
Potential Installation Savings
Having a complete new HVAC system installed offers your the greatest potential for up-front savings. It’s usually easier to get a better deal if you’re buying both heating and cooling equipment, plus you’ll also save on installation costs because your HVAC pro can complete all the work at one time.
Tax Refund Timing
If you’re earmarking some or all of this year’s tax refund for new HVAC equipment, it’s better to tackle the installation now, before those funds get spent elsewhere.
Lifetime Energy Savings
Upgrading to an energy-efficient air conditioner or heat pump this spring lets you reap savings throughout the summer. If you install a new furnace as well, you’ll benefit from year-round energy savings over the long term.
To learn about the best HVAC replacement options for your Monmouth County home, contact us at Aggressive Mechanical Contractors.
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