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The Best Time To Install A New HVAC System

The Best Time To Install A New HVAC System

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Unfortunately, an HVAC unit will not serve you forever. You'll have to let go of the old system and acquire a new one because of inefficiency, increased utility bills, and frequent need for repairs. Are you looking for the appropriate time of the year to upgrade your unit? Continue reading this blog to identify the right period.

Fall and Spring

Upgrading your heating and cooling system during in-season leads to inconveniences. Thus, there is no doubt that the appropriate time to do a replacement is in the off-peak season. This is usually in fall and spring. It's recommended to install the new HVAC system between September and mid-November to have enough time to prepare for cold weather.

Installing a unit during spring, from early March to mid-May, prepares you for cooling during the hot months. Below are reasons why these periods are ideal for installing a new unit.

Your HVAC Company Isn't Busy

Heating and cooling experts get busy during peak months, rendering it challenging to attend to emergency installation needs. Calling them during this time would help since they are readily available. They schedule your appointment right away.

Better Pricing

It would be helpful to acquire a new unit during the low season because prices tend to rise in the in-season due to high demand. The key to better appliance pricing is in the opposite season when demand is low.

Manufacturer's Promotion

As mentioned above, the demand for an HVAC is low during this period. As a result, manufacturers tend to provide compelling offers and incentives to capture your attention. In return, they get positive reviews from you.

You Can Do without the Unit for Some Days

The weather is mild during the off-season, with no extreme temperatures. Thus, you can survive without a unit for a few days awaiting installation. In addition, there are several outdoor activities during this period to keep you warm and cool at the same time.

A Plus Quality Inc. is your to-go company if you are looking to install a new HVAC system in Toronto & GTA. Our technicians aim to meet all your needs and keep you safe and comfortable throughout the year. Contact us today for all your heating and cooling needs.

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  • Why should I maintain my Furnace or AC?

    An annual maintenance will extend the lifetime of your heating and cooling unit. The technician will diagnose and repair any problem with the unit before it fails, so you won't need to worry about any problems when the weather gets very hot in the summer or extremely cold in the winter.

  • Most common Boiler Issues

    - Boiler fails to ignite
    - Low pressure
    - Strange Noises
    - Boiler is not responding to the thermostat
    - Cold Radiators
    - Boiler leaking or dripping
    - Boiler cycling very fast
    - Available Hot water but No Heat

  • Furnace is blowing cold air in Winter?

    This can be due to Ignition lockout, sometimes could be resolved by resetting the power  and if this does not resolve the issue you should contact a certified gas technician from A-Plus Quality to get this problem resolved!

  • How do I know what size unit I need?
    If you have any problems with your system, you should contact the contractor who installed the units. All our systems are covered by a 5 year parts, 7 year compressor limited warranty
  • What is a mini-split?

    By definition, and simply put, a “Split System” is a heating and air conditioning system which has two main components, the indoor unit and outdoor unit. In short, the indoor unit absorbs heat energy in the cooling mode, and the outdoor unit rejects the very heat absorbed by the indoor unit. And the cycle is repeated until the set temperature is met. Although the indoor and outdoor units are located in physically different, hence “split” locations, they are connected and operate as, one system; continuously circulating refrigerant liquid and vapor by means of interconnecting, dehydrated copper refrigerant lines, commonly referred to as a “Line Set”.

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