When you’re shopping around for a new air conditioner, you might become discouraged by the prices you find. Sometimes, homeowners compromise and find a low-efficiency unit or even a used air conditioning system, just to try to cut down the initial cost. However, the cost of maintenance and the higher monthly bills are not worth the one-time savings.
But can you afford a new high-efficiency air conditioner? We think so!
Can You Afford Not to Replace Your AC?
Of course, when your air conditioner is completely broken down, you’ll have to replace it. But even if your air conditioner has not stopped working for good, it’s probably costing you a lot if it’s in a state of disrepair. An air conditioning system that is decades old, with worn-down components and longer run times, uses a lot of energy to try to compensate for its shortcomings. The drop in your monthly bills might be worth the early system replacement.
High-Efficiency Saves Money Over Time
Choosing a system with a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of 16 or higher means lower bills. And don’t worry, you won’t sacrifice anything in terms of quality and performance. In fact, it will likely perform better than a system with a lower efficiency rating! The overall savings can offset that initial cost, and it gives you ongoing savings so that your monthly maintenance and operational costs are less frustrating.
Easy Financing Options
Often, you can finance your air conditioning system through your contractor so that a high-efficiency system is more affordable. The monthly payments, combined with the lower energy bills, may be less than your previous cost of ownership! Contact a qualified technician to learn more!
Air On Demand has teamed up with Wells Fargo to provide you with special interest financing options with approved credit. Call us today for air conditioning and heating installation in Homestead, FL.