Heat and AC products are typically much more expensive in the summer compared to any other season, so it’s more cost effective to purchase them in off seasons
I am a tax advisor and I work with a ton of commercial businesses in my local area. Most business owners don’t know a whole lot about taxes before they start up their business, so I have learned a lot about different financial elements to be able to educate them. Pretty much every business I work with has a ton of questions about air conditioning and heating systems. Being that I live in a Southern area, most businesses are worried about the cost of air conditioning throughout the year to keep their spaces cool. I must admit that it can be quite a hefty expense to have a high quality air conditioner in a commercial space. Commercial air conditioners are a bit more complicated than your typical residential HVAC. However, it really makes a difference for customers and clients to wall into a cool air conditioned building when it’s scorching hot outside. I always advise business owners to get their air conditioning and heating needs settled before the summer hits so that they aren’t hit with outrageous price increases. Heat and AC products are typically much more expensive in the summer compared to any other season, so it’s more cost effective to purchase them in off seasons. I always do my air conditioning repairs in the winter when HVAC companies aren’t as busy and prices are lower. Some other things that I would consider as a business owner are window cleanings, locksmith needs, and lighting. These are things that have to be regularly tended to, so you’ll want to ensure that you are getting great prices and keeping a log of everything that is done for tax season.