Now that the chill of winter is fading and warmer days are on their way, it’s time to start thinking about air conditioning systems. Are you in the market for a new AC unit this year? Here are the best times to install a new AC unit to keep you and your family cool and comfortable.
Repairs Are Adding Up
If you have an older AC unit that frequently needs repairs, it might be time to install a new AC unit. Having many repairs will add up over time and make it so that you would actually save money by simply purchasing a new model. Even better, new models often come with money-saving rebates to make your money go even further.
Energy Bills Are Skyrocketing
It’s natural for energy bills to slightly increase over time as costs change and your HVAC system becomes outdated. However, if your energy bills have increased to the point that they’re unaffordable and sky high, it’s time to install a new AC unit. If you have a system over 10 years old, it was manufactured before Energy Star technology. The Energy Star program can help knock up to 20% off of your energy costs, so upgrading your AC unit is worth it.
Refrigerant is actually an environmental problem, not just an AC unit problem, so if your system is leaking and unrepairable, it’s time to replace. Your International Services HVAC tech can let you know what your options are and help to secure and dispose of any leaked fluid.
A Failed Compressor
Compressors can be replaced, but older AC units are not worth the cost of replacing it. An entirely new AC unit will help you to save money on energy and repairs. Instead of installing a new compressor and encountering inefficiency and more repairs, choose a brand new AC unit instead.
New AC Units from International HVAC
If you searching for an affordable new AC unit, you can trust International Services. We are the trusted HVAC repair technicians for families in the Maryland and Virginia areas, and we have been keeping residents comfortable for almost ten years. We provide you with the highest quality services for the best possible price, and we never cut corners. For more information about our services, contact us online or by calling (202) 241-4822, (703) 445-7766, or (301) 534-4822. Do you want more tips on keeping your home and furnace leak-free? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.