With winter closing in fast, there’s a good chance you’re thinking more about your furnace’s performance than having your air conditioning system replaced. However, the winter season offers one of the best times to get an A/C replacement for your home.
No Worries Over Warm Weather
Installing a brand-new A/C system during a hot spring or summer day is no walk in the park. The warm weather months are already a busy time for many HVAC technicians, explaining why it’s sometimes so difficult to schedule an installation appointment. Once your technician arrives, he or she must then contend with an indoor environment that can get very hot very quickly once your A/C system is out of commission.
But your technician isn’t the only one who’ll suffer. The relentless heat can eventually make your home an uncomfortable place to be during your A/C replacement – more so if there’s an issue that drags out your replacement for days. Needless to say, having your new A/C system installed during cooler weather is the better option if you want to stay comfortable.
Better Deals and Cheaper Installation
Another reason to get your A/C replacement during the late fall and early winter months is the savings that doing so offers. Many HVAC manufacturers offer discounts on their A/C systems throughout the fall and winter, only to increase those prices just before the spring arrives in anticipation of increased demand. Buying your A/C replacement now gives you an opportunity to lock in those low prices early on.
Your utility company may also offer rebates on A/C equipment purchased during the fall and winter months. You may even be eligible for federal tax credits if you purchase a new A/C system with the Energy Star label.
If you need someone to install your new A/C system this winter, get in touch with the experts at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing. We proudly serve the greater Indianapolis area.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Brownsburg, Indiana and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).