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Summer is the season when your air conditioner works overtime to maintain coolness and comfort within your home. Not many people are thinking about furnace repair at this time, let alone furnace replacement, since winter seems so far away. However, summertime is actually a good opportunity to get your heating system prepared before freezing cold weather arrives. Here are a couple of reasons why:

It’s More Convenient

HVAC experts are often fully booked during the fall and spring seasons for repairs, maintenance and other services. This is mainly because these are the transitional periods of the year during which home and commercial business owners take care of their heating and cooling needs in preparation for hot, humid summers and frosty winters.

However, if you schedule afurnace installation or replacement project during the summer, which is the off-season for HVAC services, this will give you an advantage because things are slower, making it a convenient time to have your system replaced on your own schedule.

It Gives You Time to Research Available Options

All heating and cooling systems have a dedicated lifespan. If your systems have been with you for longer than a decade, you may notice that your energy bills have gradually increased, as well as the need for furnace or AC repair. Gas furnaces, in particular, typically last 10 to 15 years before beginning to wear out. Consider summer as the time to explore your options and research for a furnace replacement unit to install in your home before the winter cycle even begins. This will give you peace of mind and time to balance cost and efficiency without having to rush.

If you’re ready to give your home’s interior an upgrade, Econoair Heating & Cooling Inc. is here to assist you. We offer a wide range of professional heating and cooling products and services, includingAC repair, installation and maintenance, to residential owners in Ontario, Canada. Call our team at 905-763-2400 or fill out ourcontact form to start a conversation with one of our technicians.

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Bruce Pou