A Guide to Replacing Your Air Conditioning Unit
If your air conditioning unit at home is more than 10 years old, maybe it’s time that you consider a replacement. According to experts, AC systems start to break down more frequently starting around 8 years old. If you choose to continually replace parts instead of getting a new, you might just end up paying more than what you would have paid to buy an entirely new system.
Below are some of the things you need to consider when replacing your old air conditioning unit.
– Consider replacing not just the AC unit but also the furnace, air handler and the outside AC unit with its condenser and compressor.
– Make sure the contractor considers the duct efficiency, size, shape, and orientation of your home.
– Don’t always go for bigger units.
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