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Cool air is in hot demand!

  • 12 Oct 2020

The air conditioning industry is being hit by an early start to summer heat and supplier shortages due to knock-on effects of COVID-19 and international shipping.

A major factor that is contributing to delayed shipments and challenges regarding stock position is the action taken by the Maritime Union of Australia. The wharf strike on the Australian waterfront has affected the operations of ports nationally which has impacted the receipt of many products including air conditioners.

Get in quick while stock lasts

There’s a risk the air conditioning industry could become just like the car industry with very scarce stock and price rises when new shipments cease being available.

So anyone contemplating cool air this summer would be well advised to act fast whilst stock is available.

Prepare for an extra hot summer

The Bureau of meteorology states that “for the remainder of 2020, days are very likely (greater than 80% chance) to be warmer than average along the far northern Australia coast and over the far south-east of the country". (Source: http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/ahead/outlooks/ )

Now is the time to get your home ready for an extra hot summer by having your air conditioners serviced, replacing your old model for a more energy efficient unit or by adding a new air conditioning system to a space in your home that tends to heat up quickly during summer.

Give us a call on 1300 712 028 today and we can send one of our qualified air conditioning experts to your home who will answer all your air conditioning related questions, give you professional recommendations and provide you with an upfront price before any work is commenced.

 

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