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3 Reasons To Buy An Air Conditioner This Spring

3 Reasons to Buy an Air Conditioner This Spring

Spring has sprung in beautiful Cape Town, although it might not feel like it. But, before you know it, summer will be here and it will be warm and sunny. Summer temperatures in Cape Town can rise to 30℃ and up, with the warmest months being January and February. To be completely honest, getting through summer without an air conditioner can be extremely challenging.

That said, waiting until summer to purchase an air conditioner, might not be the best idea for more reason than one. Let’s have a look at why it’s better to buy your air conditioner unit now, during spring:

1.Scheduling Flexibility
During summer, air conditioning companies Cape Town are busy installing, repairing and servicing air conditioning systems. Waiting until summer would mean longer waiting periods for your installation or maintenance calls due to the increase in demand. Take advantage of scheduling flexibility spring has to offer.

2. Increased Prices
When you purchase an air conditioner in spring, there’s no rush to make a purchase. The increased demand in summer not only increases the price but you’ll have to choose whatever is available. If you plan your aircon purchase for spring, you’ll have ample time to compare various units to ensure you might the best decision.

Airfreeze can evaluate your home to make sure you get the correct size for optimal cooling. Additionally, proper sizing can save you money in operating efficiency and extend the lifespan of your AC unit.

3. Beat the Heat
When summer hits in Cape Town, you want to be ready for it. Installing an air conditioning unit now, while the weather is still comfortable will save you and your family from unbearably hot, sticky days and nights.

At Airfreeze, we’ve installed, maintained and repaired air conditioning systems in Cape Town for more than 36 years. To discuss your home’s air conditioning needs, get in touch with the team today!

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