Its June – you must be thinking about winter heating!
If you sweltered your way through summer, chances are you gave more than a fleeting thought to buying an air conditioner. Now, if you are finding the nights and early mornings a tad freezing, you are probably thinking about getting a reverse cycle air conditioning and being toasty warm right through the season.
The Fact is Winter is the Best Time to Buy
The fact of the matter is that winter is the very best time to buy an air conditioner, and not just because it will keep you warmer and use less power than any other heating system! Manufacturers offer the best rebates during winter, so you can save some serious dollars if you buy an air conditioner now.
What are the Advantages?
So, apart from getting an excellent manufacturer’s rebate if you buy in winter, what other advantages are there to a reverse cycle air conditioner?
I’m glad you asked! Here’s just a few –
- It will keep your home cool in summer as well as warm in winter
- It is one of the most energy efficient methods of heating (and cooling) your home
- It will heat large spaces effectively, not like electric heaters where you have to sit on top of them to feel the heat
- It will heat your home very quickly and easily, great after a long day at work
- Reverse cycle air conditioners are very safe to use, offering peace of mind
Tips for Maximising a Reverse Cycle Air Conditioner
There are some very simple things to remember to get the best economy out of your reverse cycle air conditioner. Firstly, close the windows and doors to keep the warm air inside and the cold air out. Also, draw your curtains and close your blinds, for the same reason. These tips work in summer too, as they keep the cool air inside and the hotter air out. Turn your air conditioner on before your home gets really cold (or hot), this way it will be able to maintain a nice temperature without using extra power.
If you are interested in finding out more about manufacturer’s rebates in winter, give us a call. We can answer any questions you have and give you an obligation free quote.