Your heating and air conditioning system’s job is to provide thermal comfort and maintain good indoor air quality at home. If the air filter becomes clogged with dirt or another component — say, the blower motor — suffers severe wear and tear and causes the equipment to malfunction, the system will have a hard time keeping your living space cool and comfortable in the summer and warm and snug in the winter.
To avoid bearing the brunt of weather changes, your HVAC system must be kept in tip-top shape at all times, and this includes replacing it on time before things start to spiral out of control. In this post, Cool Zone Air Conditioning and Heating, a contractor specializing in AC repair and replacement, shares a few guidelines to keep in mind when selecting a new HVAC system for your home.
One way to save significant money when installing a new HVAC system is to replace both your furnace and air conditioner at the same time. If your AC, for example, is approaching the end of its life — approximately 12 to 15 years after the installation — you know it’s time to replace it. You may also consider replacing your furnace even if it has a few years left on it, as replacing both at once will generally cost significantly less than replacing each piece of equipment separately. Furthermore, you can ensure that the new thermostat that goes with your new AC works nicely with your new heating system as well.
When it comes to top-rated residential HVAC services, such as furnace installation or AC maintenance, Cool Zone Air Conditioning and Heating is the contractor to trust. Our team of skilled technicians is ready to help you improve the comfort level and indoor air quality of your home in no time. To schedule an equipment inspection or request a free quote, give us a call at (623) 322-0933 or fill out our online form.