If your residential heating or cooling system isn’t providing you and your family with adequate comfort and quick repairs aren’t doing the trick, it may be time to replace your unit. In the long run, it will save you hundreds of dollars on high energy bills, as well as constant repairs.
Signs to look out for that it may be time to replace your equipment:
- Age – if your heat pump or air conditioner is over 10 years old
- Constant Repairs – constantly calling to someone to repair your unit? Are your energy bills increasing?
- Inconsistency – rooms in your home are either too hot or too cold
- Outdated – your system doesn’t have a programmable thermostat for times when no one is home
- Humidity – malfunctioning equipment leading to dry air in winter & humid air in summer
- Excessive Dust – a leaky duct can distribute dust from your attic & crawl space throughout your home
- Noise – noisy equipment can mean your unit has an undersized duct system or malfunctioning indoor coil.