Now that Fall is in full swing it is time to enjoy all the special activities that Boise has to offer. From corn mazes and pumpkin patches to taking in all of the holiday lights, there is no shortage of fun seasonal activities in the area. Though your HVAC system may be the last thing on your mind as the holidays approach, this is an important time of the year for HVAC because the weather is a bit more moderate that in tends to be in the summer and fall. By the end of this post, you’ll have a better idea of why fall is the best time for HVAC service and replacement.
Servicing Your HVAC System in the Fall
With an average high temperature of 37.8 degrees Fahrenheit and an average low of 24.7 degrees Fahrenheit, Boise winters can get downright freezing. There is no doubt that Boise homeowners put their heating system to work during the winter to keep their homes and families comfortable. That is why it is vital that area residents get a pre-winter tune-up now in order to make sure that their heaters or furnaces are in good working order for the cooler temperatures ahead.
With cooler temperatures already arriving here in Idaho, you may have started using your heater more often. If you notice any signs of trouble, it is important that you take the time to get your system serviced now before you have the heater on full blast through the cold winter season. Even if you are not noticing any signs of trouble, now is the best time to get your annual HVAC tune-up. This ensures that your system is clean, well-lubricated, and does not need any repairs. The preventative care you offer your HVAC system, the longer it will last and more efficiently it will run.
Why You Should Replace Your HVAC System in the Fall
If you are moving into a new home or you have been thinking about replacing or upgrading your current HVAC system, fall is the best time to do it! Not only do many heating and cooling system manufacturers offer rebates during the fall season, but homeowners can also enjoy more moderate temperatures when having their new system installed.
Fall also tends to be a slower season for HVAC companies because of the moderate temperatures. HVAC technicians experience far less emergency calls during this time, giving them more time to work with homeowners on finding the perfect home comfort system for their home. During the fall, homeowners can also benefit from more convenient appointment times as HVAC technicians are making less service calls.
If you like to stay up-to-date with your HVAC maintenance, you may benefit from our annual service agreement, which provides you with ongoing heating and cooling maintenance for less than the cost of your normal annual clean and check. For more information, contact us or visit our Maintenance Plan page.