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The Best Way to Prepare for Spring

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Warm weather is right around the corner so it’s time to be honest with yourself—does your air conditioner have what it takes to make it through spring?

This is something that you need to give careful consideration. Spring isn’t even the peak season for warm weather. If you’re doubting that your air conditioner can make it through this season, then it’s time for you to act. It might be time for a new air conditioner. If this is the case, you can contact us for air conditioning installation in Lafayette, CO. We make ridding your home of your current air conditioner and upgrading to a new unit easy. We’ve even got some tips to help you further improve your AC functionality.

How to Make Spring Easy

Here are a few things you should do to make the spring season easier for you.

Upgrade When It’s Necessary

If you’ve found your way to this blog, then we’re sure that you have a sneaking suspicion that your air conditioner isn’t going to make it through spring. If that’s the case, then it’s definitely time to upgrade. If you’ve lived in your home long enough to have already experienced an upgrade, then you might have a negative connotation associated with this word.

We want you to know that it doesn’t have to be this way. An upgrade can be simple, fast, and affordable. The easiest way to do this is by partnering with one of our professionals. We know how to map out a game plan for you that takes out all the guesswork.

Pay Attention to Your IAQ

Spring is allergy season. When you’re outdoors sniffling and wheezing because of the pollen count, you tend to come home and appreciate your space a lot more. This might bring your indoor air quality to your attention. If you’re looking to improve your home’s indoor air quality, then start with an indoor air quality system.

Indoor air quality is personal. If you’re wondering where you should start, you should begin with a consultation from our team. We work with IAQ systems like humidifiers, air filters, air purifiers, and HRV systems.

Don’t Forget the Small Details

An upgrade doesn’t necessarily have to include your air conditioner as a whole. The small parts of your home’s HVAC system all matter. One part, in particular, that’s important is your thermostat.

It’s fantastic if you’ve been able to make it this far with your current thermostat, but if you find yourself wishing you had better efficiency, we’d suggest upgrading. We suggest upgrading to a Wi-Fi or Smart thermostat. Both of these systems are great because they work around your personal needs rather than making you work around their limitations.

Wi-Fi and smart thermostats are great because they’re able to be programmed from your phone. This gives you a lot of freedom. Smart thermostats take it the extra mile by learning to anticipate your needs, preferences, and even recommending cost-savings settings with time.

Contact Meyers Heating & Air Conditioning today to get your home prepared for spring.

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