Your air conditioning is crucial for your comfort in your daily life, especially here in Delaware and Maryland were the weather gets warm and humid all too soon. A well maintained AC unit, (yearly inspections and monthly filter changes) will last 10-15 years.
How do I know if I need repairs for my unit or if I need a replacement?
How old is your air conditioner? The most common reason for a new unit is age. The older your unit gets the less efficient it is and it will continue to loose energy efficiency over time.
Pay attention to how often it needs repairs. Once a year isn’t quite indicative of the need for a new unit yet, but it certainly means you could be getting close to the time to replace it. Getting a new unit can actually save you money in the long run on energy costs and repairs.
Replacing an old unit can also have unseen benefits, including improved air quality and reduced carbon emissions.
Another thing to look out for is how stable your unit can keep them temperatures in your home. This isn’t always directly related to needing a new AC unit, but combine this with the age of your unit and you could be looking for a new one soon.
Temperature inconsistencies also can be the result of leaky ductwork or poor insulation. So contact someone in our office today and we can have one of our service technicians diagnose the problem for you.
When a unit gets older it performs less and less efficiently. If the evaporator One thing to pay attention to is the humidity level in your home.
We can guide you through the process of replacing your AC or determining if you just need some maintenance and repairs to keep yours running for another few years. Call us today to discuss the options for you.
We are proud to provide service in Delaware and Maryland. We service all areas surrounding Hartly, Oxford, Easton, Dover, Chestertown and more. If you are unsure if you are in our service area please check out our service areas page or zip codes page for more information. Or call us in the office and will be happy to assist you.