Your HVAC system is a crucial component of your Cleburne, Texas, home. It provides you with air filtration, heating and cooling throughout the year. A new HVAC installation isn’t something you’ll need to think about often, but it’s an investment you should consider in certain situations.
You Need Frequent Repairs
This is one of the easiest indicators that it’s time for a replacement. If you’re seeing your repair service technician on a regular basis, consider whether the cost of a replacement is comparable with the expenses you’re dealing with for repairs.
Your Home Heats and Cools Unevenly
Uneven heating and cooling is often a sign of an improperly sized HVAC system. If your system is too large, it may reach your desired temperature around the thermostat quickly and shut off while leaving the further reaches of your home to suffer from hot or cold spots. A system that’s too small tends to run continuously without achieving your desired temperature, particularly in areas that aren’t close to an air vent.
Both instances put unnecessary strain on your system and leave you with high energy bills. Talk to an HVAC service technician to find out if your HVAC system is the right size for your home. If you don’t have the right HVAC system for your square footage, it’s time for an upgrade.
Your System is Older Than a Decade
You can typically get 10 to 15 years from an HVAC system. But there are several reasons to consider upgrading sooner.
As your heating and cooling systems age, they become less efficient. This is particularly true of those that aren’t maintained well. If you’ve purchased a home with an existing HVAC system, you may have no knowledge of how well or often a professional serviced it. Upgrading to a new and more efficient system can provide you with lower energy bills and better comfort levels.
Do you suspect that it’s time to upgrade to a new HVAC system? Give Airmasters Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. a call at 817-506-4862. We’ll help you explore your options for a new HVAC system and ensure we install it correctly.
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