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Is it Time to Replace Your Air Conditioner?

Air conditioning units are a necessity for many homeowners, as it helps them feel comfortable in their own homes during the warmer months. However, there are a variety of things that can happen to your unit that causes it to work improperly. While air conditioning repair is possible, repair costs start to add up. Eventually, the unit will just need to be replaced. But how do you know when to replace? Here are a few signs that your unit may be seeing its final days.

While air conditioning units have a typical lifespan between 10 and 15 years old, an older air conditioner is much more prone to inefficiency or malfunction. If your air conditioning unit has been running for longer than 10 years, it may be time to start looking for replacement. Newer, more efficient models will be able to take care of all your air conditioning needs while saving you money on your energy bills.

Fluctuating Temperatures
If your air conditioning unit seems to fluctuate between temperatures, rather than just keeping a consistent cool, it may by a sign that your unit is working improperly. Inconsistencies in temperature can leave warm pockets in your household where the air conditioning service is unable to reach. This may be because the installed unit doesn’t have the right cooling capabilities for the house, or can indicate that the unit is too old to properly maintain its cooling.

Switching to a newer, high-efficiency air conditioner can reduce your energy use by 20 to 50% when paired with other actions to keep your home cool. In addition, it’s good to have your air conditioning unit services and cleaned once a year, ideally in the spring. This will ensure that your unit will operate at peak energy efficiency, and keep it ready to cool your house during the months you need it the most. In addition, a yearly maintenance check by a licensed HVAC expert can help reduce your monthly energy bill by up to 15%, and help prevent unit breakdowns. If you’re considering getting your air conditioning unit replaced, contact our HVAC company for quality HVAC service.

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