Spring is just a few short months away! If you are considering Replacing a central air conditioning system for your home, now is the best time to buy. The average lifespan for an air conditioning system is approximately 15 years, although it can vary based on usage, maintenance, and what regions you live in. If your current air conditioner is nearing or past this mark, you should probably expect to replace your unit in the near future. The simple fact is when the demand of a product rises, the price of that product rises as well, so when the summer arrives the price of the air conditioners will no doubt increase, simply because a lot of people will be looking to buy them. Plus don’t forget the fact you may experience installation delays, leaving you to suffer through the heat longer. Below are a 5 advantages to buying a new air conditioner NOW instead of waiting until it gets HOT!
1. Utility company rebates are currently in place, but these rebates can change at any time and right now they’re the best we’ve seen.
2. If your air conditioner is breaking down on you often, this can be a telling sign that it’s time to replace. If a repair cost equals 25% or more of the price of a new system, it’s time to upgrade. Buying a new air conditioner now can save you time and energy savings, not to mention the hassle of having to do research and move so quickly. Save yourself from making a hasty purchase decision by buying an air conditioner before your current one breaks down.
3. New air conditioning systems can make your home more comfortable by offering improved air flow and can better regulate the temperature throughout the different rooms in your home eliminating the problem of rooms being too hot. New technology can improve the movement of air and the consistency. (call for details)
4. Increased your resale value. When looking to purchase a new home, buyers always consider the age and condition of the HVAC system. They consider how long it will be before they must pay for a system replacement, maintenance costs on an older system and energy efficiency. If your home has a newer energy efficient HVAC system that will be an attractive feature for a potential buyer and add value to your home.
5. You’ll also avoid the expense of refilling older models with the expensive Freon coolant (R-22) that is on a government production ban starting in 2020. As we approach the total ban on production, you can expect coolant recharges costs to skyrocket for Freon. Switching to a new model lets you avoid this problem while also helping the ozone layer with non-ozone depleting coolants. (R-410)
Why worry? Be proactive! Get peace of mind. Call us today for a FREE in home estimate and we’ll go over the specials we’re running right NOW!