Fall is Here Which Means it’s Time to Get Ready for Winter

Fall HVAC Preparation & checklist
Do we see a smile on your face and a bounce in your step? You’re not alone. A lot of people are happy to see the arrival of fall. For the most part, the worst of the summer heat is behind us until next year. The nights are getting cooler. Football season is in full swing.

That being said, The Old Farmer’s Almanac is predicting it’s going to be warmer and wetter than normal, so don’t plan on turning off the air conditioner just yet. At the same time, you need to make sure your heating system is ready to when you need it. Now is a great time to call Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric to schedule your all-important fall tune-up. The benefits of routine HVAC maintenance are well established:

  • More efficient operation means lower utility bills
  • Your home will be more comfortable
  • HVAC systems will last longer

There will come a time when maintenance is a losing proposition. Replacing your old system can often make more sense than another expensive AC repair or furnace repair. Right now, Lennox has a special offer to replace that old air conditioner using R-22 Freon™ refrigerant. Call Armstrong to learn the details while this great promotion is going on for upfront savings.

Despite the upfront cost, an AC or furnace replacement can actually make your monthly budget look better. Efficient new units can cut your utility bills by 30% or 40%. Not to mention the reliability and peace of mind that comes with new heating and air conditioning.

There may be more summer-like heat in the days ahead, but go ahead, breathe a sigh of relief and enjoy the crisp fall weather when it arrives. Just make sure you also call Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric to prepare for the winter ahead. No one would classify West Texas winters as brutal, but they are real with the threat of snow and ice storms. The last thing you want is a holiday gathering ruined because of a breakdown requiring an emergency furnace repair or furnace replacement when you have a house filled with guests.