Why You Shouldn’t Put off Your New A/C Install

We all know by now spring in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island is short-lived. Summer is just around the corner, and while we welcome the sunshine and warmer weather, preparing to beat the heat and humidity is a crucial spring to-do and a reason you shouldn’t put off installing an A/C in your home! Read more to learn why you should use springtime to get your home summer ready.

Reasons to Install Your A/C Now

Availability: When that first hot day of summer arrives, you don’t want to be stuck sweating it out while you wait for your upcoming A/C installation appointment. Contacting your local HVAC provider early on means they’ll be more likely to give you an earlier installation date that works best with your schedule.

Tax returns: Springtime isn’t just a season for deep cleaning and planting flowers. It’s also a time for taxes, which means tax returns. Why not use that return to invest in your home’s comfort by installing a high-efficiency cooling system? It’s a great way to improve your family’s comfort, increase the value of your home, and deliver long-term savings compared to using old, outdated A/C equipment. Plus, you could save even extra with local rebate opportunities!

Stay prepared: When the first heat wave hits, and the air is full of humidity, you’ll want to be able to relax and stay cool in the comfort of your home. Get ahead of the heat and install your A/C or ductless mini-split system before the summer rush and before it’s too late to enjoy!

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Comparing Ductless Mini-Split A/C Systems & Central Air Conditioning

If you’re considering installing a new cooling system in your home, the first step is deciding which type of air conditioning is best for your needs. There are two main categories: ductless mini-splits and central air conditioning systems.

Choosing which is best for your needs depends on various factors, including if your home has existing ductwork or is larger than 2,500 square feet. In this case, central air might be your best bet. On the other hand, if you don’t have ductwork in place or are looking for room-by-room zoning control, a ductless mini-split system may be the better option.

Whatever you choose, Aquidneck Services is here to walk you through the process and provide quality and highly efficient systems for your home’s needs. Contact us today to get started on your new A/C installation!