3 Reasons to go AC
Although spring started weeks ago, we are already showing signs of summer. We know that Hawaii summers get hot.
Data has shown increased summer temperatures for the past 10 years, so we can expect more record-breaking temperatures in the coming months.
Here are three reasons to get started with your AC project today.
1) DEMAND IS STRONG
The year 2020 turned out to be a record year for AC. As more families spent time at home, there was a large demand to make their homes more comfortable. While many people were able to install a split AC in 2020, many were unable due to manufacturing delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the demand for split AC systems increased.
2) COSTS ARE RISING
Manufacturers have suggested a 5% price increase across the board due to increased demand. Luckily, RevoluSun is the largest residential split AC provider on Oahu, and the volume of products we purchase combined with our close relationships with distributors means we get the lowest possible cost on equipment.
3) SHORTAGES ARE EXPECTED
Manufacturers are reporting supply chain issues at the commodity level, including key components such as computer chips. These supply chain issues affect a range of industries, including the auto industry, as automakers have already experienced manufacturing delays over chip shortages. HVAC manufacturers will be competing with automakers for computer chips, fueling the shortage of AC equipment.
RevoluSun is known for providing industry-leading design, installation and customer service for split AC systems.
We also offer “no money upfront,” one year no payments/no interest financing. Our air conditioning team has a combined 40 years of experience designing, servicing and installing HVAC systems for thousands of residential and commercial projects.
For all of these reasons, RevoluSun is Hawaii’s No. 1 choice for split air conditioning installations and service. To get started today and “beat the heat,” call us at 808-748-8888, or visit our website at revolusun.com.
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