Home A/C systems are designed to last for 12 – 15 years, but can last longer with regular maintenance. The best way to ensure that your air conditioner is operating at peak performance is to have it checked on a yearly basis by a professional who has the experience and knows what to look for.
Repair or replace; what to do?
How old is your central air conditioning system?
How much energy is your current system using?
How much will it cost to repair the system?
We offer some considerations to think about as you make your decision to repair or replace your air conditioner.
Newer, high-efficiency air conditioning systems use about half the electricity of an old unit.
System efficiency gets measured in SEER ratings (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the system. A 20+ year-old unit has a SEER rating of about 6; today’s systems have a SEER rating of a minimum of 13. Upgrading to a new 13 SEER air conditioner can reduce energy usage by about 49% compared to a system with a SEER rating of 6.
A quality air conditioning installation requires expert knowledge. Without the know-how, you could end up spending considerably more money than you need to for an A/C system that doesn’t work correctly after it’s installed.
We have the experience and expertise to diagnose air conditioning problems and get your system back to work.
Whether you are in need of repair, installing a new A/C system or upgrading an older unit, we can help you make the best decision.