By Investing in a newer Air Conditioner, your HVAC system will help conserve energy drastically, cut down on utility costs and help you become a better at being a greener homeowner.
The question is not “Should you replace your AC,” or even “How often should you replace your AC,” but “When Should You Replace Your AC?”
When it comes to the health, safety, and best practices for the upkeep on your home, and your health – it is all connected together.
The best thing you can do is check your indoor air quality and make sure the air you breathe is filtered and clean.
The Department of Energy recommends homeowners to replace their HVAC systems every 10 to 15 years.
Small changes to your air conditioner can make a huge amount of difference.
If you have experienced the results of cleaner indoor air quality, you will have peace of mind from the cleaner and more filtered indoor air.
Significant factors is the lifespan of your unit.
Many modern air conditioners are very durable, however, the major components begin to deteriorate at around ten years after the initial installation, depending on how often you use and maintain them.
Mold & Poor indoor air quality effects the eyes, nose, and also causes severe throat irritations.
Many people suffer from sinus issues, headaches from poor indoor air quality, asthma, allergies, and even respiratory infections.
Buying a home in Jacksonville, Florida can be a very stressful and completely exciting experience for most people. Your HVAC system makes up nearly 50% of your annual energy costs. Almost half of the energy you consume as a household goes towards cooling and heating your home.
Let Estes Heating and Air Conditioning inspect your HVAC unit before you purchase your new home.
Call (904) 241-6727 Today!