Throughout the Central Florida summer months, the last thing you want is a broken AC unit. It is always smart to plan ahead by replacing your AC system especially if you are experiencing any of these signs:
General Age. All HVAC systems have different lifespans and age is a big factor of whether or not your system will need to be replaced or not. Other factors such as maintenance can contribute to your system’s potential and if you invest in preventative maintenance, your HVAC system will likely last longer.
Utility Bill Spike. If you have been in your home for a few years, you can compare your previous summer bills and see if they are higher than usual. Although your electric bill will inevitably go up in the summer months, there can be other causes of rising utility bills and hot temperatures are most always the culprit. If for some reason you cannot find any other reason for your increasing bill costs, then it could be a sign that your system is about to break down.
Repeated Repair. Repairs are inevitable over the course of the lifespan of your HVAC system, however if you are having to call your HVAC company often, it is a good indication your system may not last the summer months. A replacement of your HVAC may be vital before summer is finished and your HVAC technician can assist you in choosing whether or not it is worth repairing or replacing.
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