As spring grows and the summer approaches, heating your home will slip further and further from your mind. But if you’ve considered replacing the old war horse heater in your house for a new system, spring is the ideal time to have the work done. This might sound strange at first—isn’t this a time for air conditioning installation?—but you should consider a few of the advantages of choosing spring for putting in a new heater in your home.
At Rentmeister Total Home Service, we know plenty about the benefits of springtime heater installation. We’ve worked on heating system installations in Salt Lake City, UT since 1953. When you call us, you’ll receive quality work from experienced HVAC technicians who will make your satisfaction their #1 priority.
Here are some reasons we think you should have your new heater installed this spring:
Ease of scheduling
Winter is a busy time for heating repair. Summer is a busy time for air conditioning repair. Spring isn’t a busy time for either… and that means you’ll have an easier time scheduling your heating installation with a professional HVAC company. Their downtime is your gain.
You can pick a warm day when you don’t need a heater
The flexible scheduling of spring also means you can select a warm day when you have no need for a heater. Although most installation takes less than a day, you still won’t have to encounter any inconvenience from chilly weather during the time your old heater moves out and the new one is still in the process of being hooked up.
Extra time to work out the kinks (if any)
Your heater will not face a serious test until winter weather arrives. This gives you an opportunity to make sure that the new system runs the way it should and doesn’t require any adjustments or tune-ups. The early cool days in the fall will tell you if the heater is ready to take on the winter. If you hired skilled installers, however, you should find no major faults with your new heater.
If you want quality, call Rentmeister Total Home Service for your heating installation in Salt Lake City, UT. We handle many types of heating systems—furnaces, heat pumps, geothermal—all from trustworthy brands. Contact our specialists today, and they’ll help you pick the right system to replace your old one.