When your HVAC system gets old, it becomes less efficient and is prone to breaking down, both of which cost you money in wasted energy and expensive repairs. If your system is over 15 years old, it’s time to think about a new air conditioning replacement or furnace installation. Call us today and let us assess the health of your HVAC unit and recommend a repair.
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5 Signs You Need a New Air Conditioner
Most homeowners don’t like to think about getting a new air conditioner because of the hassle and expense, but if your system’s best days are behind it, you’re throwing away money by repairing it. Here are 5 signs you need a new AC unit.
- No Cold Air: If your AC isn’t putting out cold air like it used to, it could be a sign you need a serious repair or a new AC installation
- Poor Air Flow: Weak airflow through your home could indicate a bad compressor or issues within your ductwork.
- Faulty Thermostat: Sometimes your AC’s issues lie within the system’s thermostat. Check the temperatures between the rooms and see if it’s consistent.
- Fluid Leaks: If you see fluid where you shouldn’t, it could be leaking refrigerant which is a serious health hazard that you should deal with immediately.
- Unusual Sounds: If your AC starts making grinding, whining or squealing sounds, it’s a sure sign you need a replacement.
Why Furnace Maintenance Is Vital to Its Longevity
If your furnace isn’t up to the job, it can make for a miserable winter. Also, living in a home that’s too cold can be detrimental to your health. To avoid having to call for a furnace repair in the dead of winter, experts recommend regular furnace maintenance and tune up at least once a year to ensure your system is healthy and ready to go when Old Man Winter arrives. Call us today and ask about our heating system repair and heating maintenance services.
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Repairing vs. Replacing
If you suspect your air conditioner or heater isn’t working the way it should, you probably would rather repair it than put in a new unit. However, sometimes a replacement makes more economic sense. For example, if your system is over 15 years old, you’re better off getting a new unit that’s more efficient and reliable. Also, if the repairs to your unit are 50% or more than the cost of a new unit, a new one makes better sense. Call us if you have questions or concerns about repairing vs. replacing your heater or air conditioner.
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