If your HVAC system is older than 10 years, the chances are good that it’s time to consider a replacement. A HVAC unit is not designed last forever. Few units last longer than 15 years and later in their lifespan they generally require costly repairs to continue functioning.
Here are a few reasons to consider upgrading your HVAC system
- Energy Savings — Yes, the initial cost of having a new system installed might seem steep, however the energy-saving benefits make it highly cost-effective. Older HVAC systems are not as energy-efficient as newer models. New HVAC systems meet all Energy Star requirements, which means they exceed federal standards for energy efficiency.
- Indoor Air Quality — An aging HVAC system cannot maintain optimum indoor air quality. One of the jobs of your HVAC system is to filter allergens and other particles from the indoor air and maintain the home’s humidity levels. Older HVAC units are also incompatible with the newer additions that improve indoor air quality such whole-home dehumidifiers, air purifiers, and ventilators.
- Noise Reduction — Older HVAC systems tend to be noisy. A new unit will substantially cut down on in-home noise.
- Electrical Issues — As a HVAC system ages, it becomes more susceptible to suffering from an electrical short or some other electrical issue. Replacing your home’s HVAC system with a new model is an ideal safety option.
At ABA Heating and Cooling, we can provide you with a replacement HVAC system. We offer complete and professional installation services. Please contact us to learn about our affordable HVAC replacement options. We also offer financing on new HVAC systems.