Scheduling an HVAC replacement before the deep heat of summer arrives gives you many benefits, not the least of which is a new, efficient and dependable system. If you know your current system won’t make it through the demanding days ahead, use the tail end of the off season to gain these advantages.
HVAC contractors have more time.
Spring and fall are slow seasons for HVAC contractors because homes don’t need cooling or heating. When temperatures change, they receive more calls for service and repairs.
During the seasonal slowdowns, the teams have more time to devote to each customer, which is especially important when it comes to choosing a new HVAC system. Selecting the right size takes a fair amount of time, and the HVAC pro will have more time to discuss the best features to consider for maximum comfort and energy efficiency.
Manufacturers offer more incentives.
Many HVAC manufacturers want to liquidate their inventory of the prior year’s models of HVAC equipment and offer them to their dealers at reduced rates. The contractors can pass these savings onto their customers, especially during the slow periods when they want to keep their teams working.
The weather is comfortable.
Not only will you be more comfortable in your home without A/C during the HVAC replacement, so will the installation crew. The team will be in and out of your home for the better part of the day.
Putting in a new A/C or heat pump is a technically and physically demanding process. Whether they’re working outside or indoors, their comfort translates to better working conditions. The team will be in and out of your home for the better part of the day, and when it’s nice out, there’s less stress on everyone.
You’ll have lower energy costs.
New HVAC systems are much more energy efficient than the systems they replace. As a consequence, you’ll see savings on monthly electric bills.
If you’d like to take advantage of a spring HVAC replacement, contact the experts at CCAC. We provide HVAC services for Coastal Bend homeowners.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Corpus Christi, Texas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about your HVAC system, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 361-678-2495.