February 8, 2022
AC Installation in Glasgow, KY

Although the cold air of winter is keeping you inside for now, it won’t be long until summer’s heat and humidity arrive. If your air conditioner is more than 12 years old or no longer does a good job at cooling your home, now is the right time to start planning for an air conditioner installation. These tips will help you optimize the timing of your AC installation in South Central Kentucky, including Bowling Green, Glasgow, and the surrounding communities.

Consider a Winter AC Installation

During the wintertime, our technicians don’t install many new air conditioners. Our team has many convenient appointment times to do your AC installation. Scheduling now means you’ll beat the summertime rush for AC replacements, and your home will be ready for the first streak of high temperatures. A wintertime AC installation also means that you’ll be ready if unusually warm spring temperatures develop.

Select a Springtime AC Installation Appointment

Spring is the most popular time of the year to install a new air conditioner. Many homeowners schedule their AC maintenance for springtime. During this visit, our technicians will give you an honest opinion about whether or not your air conditioner will last another season. If they don’t think it will, a spring installation means your home will be ready for sizzling-hot summer days.

Not in need of a new air conditioning system right now? We also install heating systems. Our heating and cooling maintenance, repair, and replacement services keep your home in South Central Kentucky and Bowling Green, Glasgow, and the surrounding cities comfortable all year long. Choose our indoor air quality, sheet metal fabrication, or energy efficiency services for a healthier and more efficient home. If you’re a business owner in South Central Kentucky, you can count on us for commercial HVAC services. For additional details on when to install a new air conditioner or to schedule an estimate for your new cooling system, contact us at HVAC Services, Inc. today.

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