A central air conditioner is more than just the largest appliance in a home. It is part of a carefully designed system that also incorporates a thermostat and an array of ducts that deliver and circulate cooled air throughout the structure. In most cases, a central air-conditioning system is a more energy-efficient choice for regularly cooling a home than using room air conditioners in three or four different rooms.
However, there’s no getting around the fact that a central air conditioner can be fairly expensive to purchase-and that it must be installed by a qualified air conditioning and heating expert.
A good rule of thumb to follow is that you may want to upgrade if your system is 10 to 15 years or older.
If your home already has central air-conditioning, there are a couple of times to consider upgrading to a new system. First, start shopping if you will need to spend almost as much (or more) to repair your present unit as you would to replace it. Second, if your system is 10 years old or older, it is probably pretty inefficient, and you should consider replacing it with a newer one. (Some of the best models being sold today are twice as efficient as ones that were available 10 years ago.) Depending on the use, cost of electricity and temperature, the utility bill savings gained can pay back the cost of a new cooling system within a few years.
At Air Repair Inc., we realize purchasing a new air conditioning system is a tremendous financial and personal investment. We also understand you probably have many questions, We encourage you to contact our experts at 972-625-1400. We will be more than happy to discuss your air conditioning and heating needs.
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