When to Replace Air Conditioner Systems
It can be challenging to understand specifically when to get a new air conditioner. Below are a few clues that it’s time to begin planning for a new one.
- Monthly energy expenses are going up. As your air conditioner ages, it becomes less efficient. At some point it needs excessive time or power to keep things cool.
- Your home feels damp or humid. An ineffective air conditioner has a more difficult time keeping humidity levels in check. You may notice rooms feel muggy or inconsistently cooled.
- The air conditioner is running continuously. It’s natural for your air conditioner to run a lot more as the temperature rises. However, continuous heavy use increases wear and tear, reducing the equipment’s life span and making energy bills more pricey.
- Your air conditioner is outdated. With regular maintenance, air conditioners can last 15 years or longer. That being stated, getting a new air conditioner even at 10 years old could save 20-40% on cooling costs, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
- You’re investing a lot on air conditioning repair. We suggest full replacement if repairs are ending more likely and/or expensive.
- Your air conditioner uses R-22 refrigerant. This cooling agent is out of production because of its harmful impacts on the ozone layer. Fixing a refrigerant leak on systems with R-22 coolant is very expensive as the remaining supply is only available in limited, recycled supplies.
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