We all know when your HVAC system breaks, it is obvious that it needs repair or replacement. But what about when it is old with no known problems? Right about now the famous saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” is probably running through your mind. However, this may not be the best motto when it comes to your HVAC unit.
Your HVAC system may be working, but is it working well?
HVAC units should be upgraded every 10 years. There are many benefits to replacing your old HVAC system that can help you to save money and time as well as have a healthier environment. Here are some reasons why you should upgrade your old unit to a newer model:
- Improve Poor Air Quality: Older units may be circulating polluted air continuously. Ventilation is extremely important. Newer HVAC models can offer ventilators, filters, air purifiers and dehumidifiers which can decrease the amount of pollution in the air. This can help reduce allergies as well as prevent condensation.
- Reduce Expensive Energy Bills: Older HVAC units are larger in size, causing them to cool down too quickly which can then result in your unit turning on and off too frequently. Upgrading your HVAC unit can help to decrease your monthly energy bill as these models are more energy efficient.
- Prevent Emergency Replacements: When you are not sure how well your system is working, you run the risk of it completely breaking which can result in an emergency replacement. These replacements can cost double and even triple the normal rate.
- Avoid Continuous Repairs: If your unit is constantly needing repairs, the costs will begin to add up. Having to make several repairs over and over can get expensive. Upgrading your system now can save you money in the long run so you won’t have to schedule regular repairs. Spend it now, save it later!
Do you have an HVAC system that is due for replacement? Let us help!
At Moore’s, our vision is to be simply the best in everything we do. We want you to have the best HVAC system possible to give you peace of mind regarding the efficiency and quality of your air. Contact us today!