When it comes time to have a whole house air conditioning system installed or time to upgrade the air conditioning system you already have, look no further than High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics to answer any questions you may have.
-The most obvious question we hear is how much will a new system cost.
A new system can be affordable when you consider the savings that come with today’s systems. The energy savings can be seen within the first month, especially when you compare them to older systems. Even though you may initially pay a good amount upfront, you will see how much you save as the temperatures skyrocket and your energy bills go down. You may even find the initial cost is not as bad as you expect when you start pricing the type of air conditioner you may need.
-Another frequently asked question is usually what type of maintenance or care is needed once a new air conditioning system is installed.
Typically, if you keep the area clean around the unit and keep the vents clean and clear of clutter, you can expect consistent and reliable performance from your new air conditioner. Having High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics scheduled to come in and do a yearly cleaning or check will help your system perform better overall. This will also help us spot any potential problems with your air conditioning unit before they become big, costly problems.
-You may also wonder whether a new air conditioning system is better than window units or simply repairing the system you already have.
Aside from the aforementioned money savings with a new system, there are other reasons to invest in a new air conditioning system over window units or constant repairs to an older system. Today’s newer air conditioning systems can have dual cooling options that allow you to control where the cooler air is centralized. Rather than cooling the entire home when you are only using one floor or one room, the new systems allow you to cool where you want when you want it cooled. Having several window units blasting cold air in one area is not an efficient way to feel comfortable. You may be too cool right next to the unit and not cool enough if it is a large room. The noise with window units and older air conditioning units is also annoyance. Newer systems operate much quieter.
-Lastly, people may wonder about the life span of a new air conditioner.
While older systems could work for about ten to fifteen years without a problem, repair cost after that may make them more of a hassle than need be. Newer systems, when regular maintenance is practiced, can last longer. They can last from fifteen to twenty years when High Performance is in charge of installation and maintenance.
Be sure to research your options and which models may be best for your needs. For any questions, turn to High Performance Heating, Cooling & Hydronics for accurate, unbiased, and knowledgeable advice and professional assistance.