Why Now is the Best Time for Air Conditioner Replacement

November 10, 2016
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Spring is right around the corner and that means that heat is on its way. Several of us are eager for that first heat wave and when we get to turn our air conditioners on after months without use. But that time of idle use can frequently cause concerns to our system that we normally can’t even see. Air conditioner maintenance is very important during this time in-between seasons. However, if you are contemplating fully replacing your old air conditioner because it is continually in need of repair this time of year, now is also an ideal time to take that step. Start the hot season comfortably and call Winters Heating and Cooling in Franklin & South Indy because:

  • This replacement will save you money in the future. Endless repair costs can add up and end up costing you more than if you were to just acquire a new air conditioner unit. A good rule of thumb is if your repairs go above 50 percent of the cost of a new furnace, it’s wise to get a new one. There are continually promotions or deals at our Franklin & South Indy store, so give us a call at 317-406-5382 and see what air conditioner specials are currently happening. Investing now is a smart move, especially with the costs of summer and travel coming up.
  • Better now than when your AC completely breaks down. When the heat of July and August comes, the last thing you want to be doing is sitting uncomfortably in a hot house with a broken air conditioner. Contact a Winters Heating and Cooling professional to review your system and help you select the best new unit for your residence.

The best solution to eluding AC breakdowns and decrease your long-term repair bills is investing in a new air conditioning unit. And now is definitely the best time to be prepared! Call our specialists at Winters Heating and Cooling at 317-406-5382 to schedule an appointment with us. We’ll help make sure you and your home are set for the spring.