You know what’s on our minds as spring rolls around? Air conditioning.
We know no one in the Pacific Northwest turns the thermostat down in the spring because it’s still pretty dang cold!
But just as many of us procrastinate starting our taxes around this time of year, we also tend to put off air conditioning installation. That is, until it’s actually hot outside and we’re hunting for a fan.
We’ve been around for many surprisingly hot summers and we can tell you that if you wait until you’re sweltering to schedule with us, you may need to wait in line to get on our installations calendar. (Or anyone else’s.)
If you’ve been thinking at all about cooling your house in the summer months, plan early. Like right now! Once it’s installed, imagine how nice it will be to simply turn it on when it gets hot and muggy out there.
What to consider
- The age of your system.
If your air conditioning or furnace is more than 10 years old, there are new, more efficient options. A variable speed technology system will give you much more consistent heating and cooling performance, energy savings, and quieter operation. A heat pump is a great option in the even-keel Pacific Northwest. A heat pump can save you money not only on your cooling costs but on your heating bill, as well.
- Financing options.
We can help you out by offering month-to-month payments (so you don’t have to use that whole tax return!). Right now, we offer up to 72 months at 0% financing on qualifying systems.
- Money back.
Everybody loves a rebate! Right now, you can get up to $1,000 back on qualifying systems.
Call for a free in-home assessment.
Schedule a time for us to come out and take a look at your home and your current system. We’ll give you our best advice and estimate the cost of the system that’s right for your needs.
We know it’s a big commitment to replace or upgrade your home comfort system. That’s why there’s absolutely zero pressure when we meet with you. We just want you to have all the information you need to make a decision in time to schedule before the summer rush, if that’s what you’re looking to do.