Why It Might Be Time to Replace Instead of Repair
Your HVAC system just broke down and we don’t blame you for looking at the most cost-effective options for repairing it. However, it may be cheaper in the long run to replace the unit all-together. Here are some reasons you might want to consider upgrading your HVAC equipment:
Old and Out of Touch
Well-maintained systems can last from 15 to 20 years depending on where you live and how hard your equipment works to heat and cool your home. The average household spends almost half of its energy budget on heating and cooling alone. Looking into installing an energy-efficient system can save you more than 45% in energy costs.
Older, outdated systems might need frequent repairs. Even if they’re minor, they’re inconvenient and can be costly. If you have to pay for similar repairs more often than not, it’s probably time to replace your unit.
Energy Bill Cost Savings
From leaky ducts to incorrect unit sizing, your system might be costing you way more than its work. If your unit is over working with little result, it might be time to consider a new unit for your home.
Need Help with a New System?
Purchasing a new system with the right guidance is an easy task. Our team takes a look at everything that can contribute to high energy usage and are able to pinpoint systems in your home wasting energy. We’ll be able to guide you in finding the perfect HVAC system for your home and needs.