With the weather expected to warm up over the next few months, Parker & Sons is reminding valley homeowners to schedule HVAC unit tune ups, installations, and servicing appointments.
“The best time to have your air conditioning unit serviced is usually during or right before the spring hits,” said Parker & Sons representative, Justine Kelly. “The thing about Arizona is that even in March the temperature can reach the high eighties or low nineties… and I usually have the air conditioning running when it starts to get that warm.”
Kelly went on to note that getting an air conditioning unit serviced during the spring time can save a good number of homeowners quite a bit of money if they were to run into problems during the summer. First off, if there are any issues with the unit itself, such as various parts and mechanisms that make the unit function break or need any tuning, scheduling these services before summer can prevent the unit from breaking down in its entirety. And no one in the Greater Phoenix metropolitan area wants to spend any minute of the summer without air conditioning. For this reason, Parker & Sons offers an air conditioning unit (40PT.) tune up for only $69, rather than the original $99 price.
Secondly, homeowners can save themselves a lot of time, too, especially if they need their entire air conditioning unit replaced. In an effort to stay cool during the summer, getting your air conditioning unit replaced in the spring rather than in the middle of the summer will save you a great deal of trouble in the long run. To make comfort via air conditioning more affordable for valley residents, Parker & Sons offers a special discount of up to $500 on brand new heating and cooling system installations.
“At Parker & Sons, our priority is customer satisfaction,” said Kelly, “it has been the same mission since Grandpa [Jack] Parker first opened Parker & Sons in 1974… which is also why we commit ourselves to serving the community by letting them know how they can avoid these kinds of stressful and emergency situations in the summer when it comes to air conditioning.”