As a homeowner one of the hardest decisions you’ll have to make is determining whether your system is in demand of an AC repair or if it’s time for a replacement system. A new AC is a big investment, but so is the value of continually repairing a system that is in need of replacement. There are a few signs that it may be time to stop repairing and look into replacing.
- The Age of Your System
If your air conditioner is between 10-15 years old, it’s probably time to start contemplating a replacement system. An AC built today will be extremely energy efficient, which will save you money in the long run and you won’t have to fret about being left to sweat it out during those heated summer temperatures.
- Frequent Breakdowns
Random repairs may occur, but if your air conditioner is breaking down multiple times a season, it’s probably time to begin looking into a replacement. The money you’re putting into your tired system could be used to invest in a current, high-efficiency system.
- Your Energy Bills are Rising
If you’ve observed your bills getting higher and higher without running your system more often, this could be a flag your AC is on its ending round. Look at your bill and compare your energy usage this year to last year. A high increase in your consumption could be a sign that it’s time for a modern system. As system’s age they have to task harder and that requires more energy.
- Your Home is Uncomfortable
You’ll notice this problem instantly. If your system is having difficulty maintaining a comfortable temperature, it could be a hint that your AC is in need of repair or replacement. It could also mean that your system is the wrong size for your home.
We’re as dedicated to your comfort as you are and we want to make sure you’re making the most out of your home comfort investments. We wish to work with you whether you’re in need of an AC repair, replacement or just your regular maintenance tune-up. Let’s keep cool this summer. You can give us a call at 803-220-0761 to speak with one of our AC repair technicians.