As the winter season begins to transition into spring, we can still see colder temperatures. With the temperature dropping below freezing at nighttime and sometimes jumping to over 10 degrees in the afternoon, it’s important to have both your heating and cooling systems working. If you haven’t already, be sure to call a pro to inspect your HVAC system before the hot weather comes and pros are booked up. In the meantime, read about two homeowners from Ajax and Oshawa who had their HVAC systems serviced for under $5,000.
Central Air Install for $4,400 in Oshawa
When Rich’s portable AC unit broke they weren’t too surprised. The unit was 5 years old and hadn’t been performing as well as they would have liked it to. Rich, like so many homeowners today, has been working from home. For a while, they were handling the unbearable heat, especially during the summer months, but after their unit broke, they knew that it was time to invest in central air.
To Rich’s surprise, they were able to contact Climax Heating & Air Conditioning right away, book an appointment, and installation date all within 3 days. Through it all, Rich was impressed with the company’s promptness, professionalism, and how helpful and polite they were.
While Rich could have easily repaired his older unit, they made the decision to invest in a new system. For summers to come, Rich will be able to comfortably work from home without having to worry about those scorching hot summer days. While the upfront costs can seem like a lot, newer units run more efficiently and stronger, guaranteeing that you have your heat or AC readily available.
If your system is old like Rich’s was, your AC is displaying any of these signs, or you want to make sure it’s ready to go for the summer, get connected with a local pro to check it out. Summer is just around the corner and the last thing you want is an emergency breakdown on the hottest day of the year.
New Gas Furnace for $3,300 in Ajax
After receiving a home inspection, Anushka was told that they should have their furnace inspected. It’s important to have your furnace checked regularly. Read about 4 reasons to have your furnace checked to learn more.
Anushka contacted Climax Heating & Air Conditioning to perform an inspection of the unit. Within days, a tech was sent to Anushka’s home and performed a cleaning and inspection of the furnace. The tech explained that due to the age of the furnace and how it was currently operating, it would be best to install a new gas furnace (learn all about gas furnaces here).
For Anushka, this was a no-brainer as they knew one of the associated risks with continuing to use a faulty furnace is carbon monoxide leaking, which is a very big safety concern. It also helped that in the near future, Anushka planned on completely renovating their basement, so installing a new furnace only made sense.
When it came time to schedule the appointment and choose the new unit, Climax Heating & Air Conditioning was the most helpful. The appointment was scheduled for just 2 days later and Anushka was pointed to which furnace would be the best for their size of home, the needs for the unit, and which manufacturers currently had deals available on the market.
In the end, Anushka was more than pleased with the company’s service and felt assured that the new unit was not only safe but more efficient and cost-effective than their old unit. If you have an older furnace, connect with a pro to inspect it. Older units run a higher risk of malfunctions that could be potentially dangerous.
An HVAC system is there to keep your home comfortable. During those hot summer days, and cold winter months, you want to ensure that your systems are running efficiently and safely. Older units run the risk of dangerous malfunctions and don’t perform as well. Have a pro inspect your unit before the hot weather comes to ensure it’s ready to go.