Do you have doubts that your aging air conditioner can make it through another summer? Most people decide to wait until their system fails completely before installing a replacement, but that isn’t always the best move to make, money-wise or comfort-wise.
Here are some of the top reasons to consider replacing your old air conditioner during spring, before temperatures rise.
1. You won’t be stuck without AC on a scorching hot day.
Air conditioners work their hardest during periods of extremely hot temperature because they need to run more frequently and for longer cycles. Old or poorly maintained air conditioners typically break down when they’re put under a lot of strain.
If you already know your AC is about ready to give up the ghost, you can bet it’s going to die on a day that’s a scorcher. This means that you’ll be waiting for a temporary repair or a replacement in unbearably hot weather.
2. You won’t have to worry about long “wait times” for an appointment with an HVAC technician.
Summer is without a doubt the busiest season for HVAC companies because the volume of calls for AC repairs and replacements increases immensely. While many companies offer emergency AC repair services, it could be several days or even more than a week before they can actually replace your failing air conditioner.
3. You won’t waste money on high energy costs.
Air conditioners become increasingly inefficient as they age. You’ve probably already noticed that impact on your energy bills during the past few summers. Not only does your air conditioner use more energy than any other system or appliance in your home, but it also accounts for a significant portion of your monthly energy bill. Why not start saving money with lower cooling costs sooner rather than later, especially if you already know your AC system needs to be replaced?
At Premier Indoor Comfort Systems, LLC we offer top-quality HVAC services to customers throughout the Greater Atlanta area & Western North Carolina. Call us today to request a free estimate on a new air conditioner at (770) 268-2422 or contact us online.