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Tips for Replacing a Central Air Conditioner

It would be nice if none of the appliances and systems in our homes ever needed replacing. But of course, your air conditioning system cannot last forever. And actually, you wouldn’t want it to last too long—air conditioning system manufacturers find ways to make air conditioners more efficient each year, which means you can drastically cut your operating costs with a new system. To make the process easier, we’ve put together a few quick tips to guide you through your air conditioning replacement.

Schedule a Replacement ASAP

If possible, schedule an appointment with a technician as soon as you realize that replacing your AC is necessary. Don’t wait for the unit to break down before making the call, and don’t wait for a hot day if your unit has already broken down. This only adds unnecessary stress to the installation. Today, you have more time to schedule an appointment that is in line with your availability. And with cooler weather approaching, your technician may have more time to work with you as well.

Work with a Reputable Company

Be sure that you only work with experienced, trained technicians when it comes to any HVAC installation. An air conditioning system can come with excellent efficiency and performance ratings, but this means nothing if it is not installed correctly. Too many homeowners allow a friend or relative to install the system for them without realizing that every part of the process—from sizing to inspection—requires a level of expertise, and it may fail prematurely without the proper service.

Compare Efficiency Ratings

Another thing to keep in mind is that a more efficient system will actually save you money in the long term. While many people just go for the system with the lowest price tag, this will cost them over time. A high-efficiency air conditioner (one with a SEER rating of 16 or higher) can offset its initial cost, meaning that over time the cost of operation is well worth it. Call your technician for help selecting the right unit for you and your home.

For more helpful tips or to get in touch with local contractors in Homestead, FL, contact Air On Demand today!

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