Think about the last time you purchased a new car. Was your old car broken down on the side of the road when you decided it was time for an upgrade? Or did you know your car was getting old and decide to upgrade before you lost that sense of reliability that you enjoy with a new car? There is always that day in early June where the temperatures reach into the mid 90s and many homeowners scramble to get there air conditioning system working. All reputable contractors get slammed with service calls and equipment supply houses run low on supply. The end result is many homeowners stuck battling the first big heat wave without one of their homes most important systems.
This year was no different, and when the first big heat wave decided to roll in over Memorial Day weekend that complicated an already difficult situation. Many homeowners are very cautious when dealing with contractors, and for good reason. Unfortunately we live in a world where some people choose to take advantage of others. So it has never been more important to make sure you totally trust the contractor you let into your home. At the same time when you do find a contractor that you like, and they have good reviews, it is in your best interest to listen to their advice. Homeowners can get upset when a contractor suggests replacing a heating and cooling system that seems to be working. Their natural instinct is to assume this contractor is not being truthful. In most cases however the contractor is just doing his job. As your trusted heating and cooling company we feel it is our responsibility to make sure you and your family stay comfortable every day of the year. Unfortunately, once a heating and cooling system reaches a certain age its reliability drops significantly. Which brings us back to the old car scenario. If you do not wait for your car to be on the side of the road to replace it, why wait for your home to be 90 degrees to decide to replace your comfort system?
There are many other advantages to replacing your homes comfort system other than reliability. Newer systems are more efficient, so you will spend less money on energy to use the equipment while also doing your part to help our environment. Your home will also be safer with a new comfort system. New systems are designed with safety in mind. They have automatic fail safes built in to keep your home and family safe. Lastly you will be more comfortable with a new system. The technology in newer comfort systems will help make your home the most comfortable home on the block.