When is the right moment to replace my A/C system?
Typically speaking an air conditioner is expected to last 12-18 years although there are numerous examples of air conditioners that have been running much longer.
Is your old A/C not cooling correctly? Would you like to save some money on your electric bill? We can help by replacing your inefficient unit with a modernized, energy efficient unit by major models such as Trane, Amana, Rheem and Goodman. The new air conditioning equipment sold today is substantially more efficient than older A/C units. By conducting a proper blower door test, we can measure the inefficiencies of your current A/C system. Did you know that replacing an older unit combined with replacing leaky ductwork can use 70% less electricity than your existing A/C unit uses? These savings, plus the efficiency and reliability of newer equipment will pay for itself in the long run.
Why do I need to replace it?
· New Air Conditioning equipment have gotten substantially more efficient.
· You may be eligible for a federal tax credit and discounts up to $2,000.
· Replacing an older unit combined with replacing leaky ductwork can use 70% less electricity.
· These savings, plus the efficiency and reliability of newer equipment will pay for itself in the long run.
· We install energy efficient unit by major models such as Trane, Amana, Rheem and Goodman.
It's always better to put that money into a new unit that will save customers money on utility bills every month right away and afford them peace of mind in terms of reliability.
Before you chose your new A/C unit...
These are some important things you need to keep in mind:
2. Are you looking for an efficient unit plus healthy air
3. Are you looking just for an efficient unit
4. Are you looking for inexpensive unit
By chosen one of these options it will guide you to the right improvements
Getting a new air conditioner can be a costly proposition, but sometimes it's the best action to take.
Give us a call.