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Is Your HVAC System Costing Too Much Money?

How old is your HVAC system? Do you even know? Surprisingly there are many people that an unaware just how many years their HVAC system has been giving them comfortable heating and cooling. Could it be time to look at a replacement or upgrade? Here are a few signs that it’s time to upgrade your home heating unit.


Is your HVAC system making loud noises? It could mean that part or part(s) of it are about the give up the ghost. At this point, you want to get your unit serviced professionally so that it can be diagnosed whether a repair or replacement is required.

Rising Bills

Another bill arrives and this time it’s even higher than before. That could be because your heating and cooling system just isn’t working efficiently anymore. It’s a big decision to replace your unit, so you will want to seek expert advice in the first instant. Replacing an inefficient unit may cost up front, but it will save you money in the long run.

Ongoing Repairs

Is your local HVAC company visiting your property too often to assess problems and make repairs? All these visits will add up and cost you money, so this may also be a sign that your system needs replacing.

It’s Over 10 Years Old

Can’t remember when your system was installed? Then it’s more than likely to be over 10 years ago. If you have an old unit, then repairs may prove more costly due to parts being more expensive and more difficult to obtain. A modern heating and cooling system is going to be far more efficient than an older one, so you can pretty much cut your bills in half.

These are just a few things to consider when deciding on whether it’s time to install a new HVAC system.

It’s worth talking to a professional, so why not contact us for some friendly advice. We will be more than happy to help assess your heating and cooling needs.

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