When Should I Replace My AC System?

May 24, 2017

Summer is coming and that means cooling season. If you turn on your air conditioner and are greeted with warm air blowing, weird noises, or worse, nothing at all, you have a decision to make: repair or replace?

If you’re not sure when to bite the bullet and replace your air conditioning equipment, check out these signs that it’s time to get a newer, more efficient system.

Old Age

If your air conditioner is older than 10 years, it’s time to think about upgrading to a new, more energy efficient system. Not only will a new A/C system help keep you cool and comfortable during the summer, it can also help save you money on your cooling bills.

High Repair Costs

If you are continuously repairing your A/C equipment and your repair bills are increasing, it’s probably a good time to think about upgrading. With financing from Komfort Air, you can get a new air conditioner for a monthly cost that fits into your budget.

Less Efficient

If your energy bills are rising or your air conditioner is not cooling your home like it used to, these can be symptoms of decreasing efficiency. Annual maintenance helps keep your A/C equipment efficient, but if your system continues to provide your home with poor comfort and use more energy than normal, it may be time to talk about upgrading.

If you’re not sure whether to repair or replace your system, give Komfort Air a call at 704-705-8135 and we’ll send out an expert to inspect your system and go over your options to help make sure you have a cool and comfortable home this summer.

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