Posted: July 20, 2020
Whether the kids’ summer camp is closed this season or you have canceled vacation plans, many of us are trying to figure out how to make the best out of a bad situation. This includes trying to keep your home as cool and comfortable as possible while preventing our electric bills from going through the roof.
If you’ve already taken care of getting your annual cooling tune-up done, you’re ahead of the game. As you know, a properly maintained central air conditioning system will have fewer breakdowns than one that has been neglected. Annual maintenance also keeps your air conditioning equipment running at peak efficiency, which means your home stays nice and cool while using less energy.
Our cooling system service plans cover the cost of a yearly tune-up. You’ll also get priority service, and reduced or waived diagnostic fees and parts and labor costs, if your equipment does have a problem.
If you feel your cooling system is showing its age and straining to keep your home cool, consider an equipment upgrade. A new, high-efficiency air conditioner can save you 30% or more on your annual cooling expenses – enough to offset the cost of a new A/C in a short period of time, especially when you consider manufacturer’s rebates, 0% financing opportunities, and other incentives.
Take a look at our current special offer on any Daikin Fit A/C or Heat Pump system, in which you could save up to $1,000. Then contact us to request an evaluation of your current system and a FREE estimate.
We will do this while following all safety measures, including the wearing of gloves and masks and adhering to proper social distancing. We rigidly follow safe, contactless service and installation procedures.
Wilson Oil and Propane designs, installs and services air conditioning systems in homes and businesses throughout the Delaware Valley, including the towns of Media, Wallingford, Swarthmore, Springfield, Broomall and Newtown Square. Please contact us today to learn more about our efficient, affordable air conditioning solutions.