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Now May be the Perfect Time to Replace Your Air Conditioning System
If your current air conditioning system is 10-15 years old, now may be a great time to consider a complete replacement. Below are 5 good reasons why installing a new air conditioning system is a wise idea:
- Excellent reliability: Even if you are diligent about system maintenance, parts wear out and begin to break over time. The result is increased inefficiency — and worse — costly parts replacement. Installing a new system will provide many years of trouble-free operation and reduce the chances of scheduling a service call during the middle of a heatwave.
- Increased efficiency: The advances in HVAC technology over the past 10-15 years have been astounding. From the development of VRV and VRF systems to significantly increased SEER ratings, a new system can make a sizeable dent in your summer energy bills.
- Greater Comfort: Advances in technology allow newer systems to maintain a consistent indoor temperature far better than older air conditioners. Further, they also manage indoor humidity better. This, plus the gains in efficiency described above, will create a more comfortable home for you and your family.
- More Options: Many newer systems are designed to accept the latest advances in home health and comfort. For example, powerful UV air purifiers can eliminate 99% of viruses and neutralize many allergens. And steam humidifiers can provide nearly perfect humidity regulation for your home.
- Quiet Cooling: Significant advances in noise reduction means less intrusive noise when your air conditioner is running. Systems 10-15 years old put out an average of 80 decibels when running. That’s the equivalent of running a vacuum cleaner for 4-8 hours. Today’s systems can go as low as 55 decibels — that’s a difference that benefits both you and your neighbors.
If you think the time is right to replace your air conditioning system, call a licensed HVAC contractor today.