Summer Lead Times

As summer heat approaches, the demand for high-quality cooling systems increases. Just like in any other industry, seasonality creates demand. Air conditioning services are at their highest demand from late spring through summer.

May 14, 2015

As summer heat approaches, the demand for high-quality cooling systems increases. Just like in any other industry, seasonality creates demand. Air conditioning services are at their highest demand from late spring through summer.

It is important to keep seasonal demand in mind when planning your cultivation facility build-out schedule. Lead times are generally shorter in the cold, winter months when people do not have cooling on their mind. Alternatively, as it gets warmer out, the need to properly cool indoor gardens becomes more apparent and demand rises.

While summer is an exciting time for Surna, our lead times have increased due to seasonal demands. This means that in some instances lead times for chiller systems may be over 16 weeks. We are working hard to create a solution and increase our production capacity in order to bring these lead times back down. Thank you for your patience as we work through the summer rush.

If you have any questions regarding an existing or in-progress orders, please contact your sales representative at sales@surna.com and they can provide an accurate lead time estimate for your product.

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