If you believe you may need a new AC unit before long, then the end of summer may be the perfect time to make the change. It’s common for homeowners to put it off until next year because they want to save money today, but the truth is that doing so could cost you more in the long run.
There are three important reasons why now might be the most affordable time to call the professionals for AC replacement services.
It costs more to run an older AC unit.
Homeowners in the Phoenix metro area know how expensive utilities are all year long but did you realize that an older air conditioning unit can actually cost more to run? If there are components broken in it, then the rest of the air conditioning unit will have to work twice as hard to cool your home.
Of course, when you contact us for we can also inform you about the new, energy efficient options on the market that are much more affordable than you might think.
You need your AC to be ready.
It’s true that the temperatures in the Phoenix metro area will likely drop at the end of summer, but it’s certainly not unheard of for us to get a heatwave after it seems like fall – and even winter – is here to stay.
You don’t want to wait until a heatwave is upon us to call for help.
Technicians are available to help you now.
The simple truth is that we have many more technicians readily available at the end of summer than we do in the middle of it. You can work directly with a technician, one-on-one, to find the right system for your needs.
We can explain the features available and what system would best serve your needs. If you need to special order a specific air conditioning system, you’ll be able to wait for it to arrive without being uncomfortable.
Contact Day & Night Air in Phoenix Today!
At Day & Night Air, we’re always glad to help you with all your heating, cooling, and plumbing needs, whether it’s the middle of December or the middle of July, and whether it’s two o’clock in the afternoon or two o’clock in the morning. Contact us today for prompt and professional service.