As temperatures soar throughout Florida, requests for AC installation and repair increase dramatically. You can beat the busy season by consulting with our certified HVAC technicians about upgrading your old air conditioning system now. It’s the best thing you can do to prepare for a long Marathon summer.
Our savings calculator will give you a good estimate of how much money you may save by improving the energy efficiency in your home with a new AC unit. There are three additional reasons that you may consider replacing your AC system now.
AC Repair Bills Add Up Quickly
Many homeowners wait until their air conditioning system is no longer repairable before investing in a more energy efficient system. Unfortunately, they spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars on frequent repairs before paying for a new AC installation.
Repair bills add up quickly when your AC is no longer meeting the demands of your home or is too old to operate efficiently. The longer you wait to install a new system, the more you pay in energy and repair bills. It’s more cost-effective to proactively upgrade your AC and skip out on the repair bills.
Improved Quality of Life
Does your AC seem to run louder every year? Maybe it takes your system too long to cool your home or it never completely cools all zones of the house. In many cases, an air conditioning system that is loud and inefficient also delivers less than desirable air quality. Installing an energy efficient system can help with allergies while providing a quieter home environment that cools down quickly.
Embrace Advanced Technology
Zoned ductless air conditioning will save space in your home and money on your energy bill. It provides greater control over the temperature in individual rooms throughout your home. Our ductless systems come with smart controls that will make cooling your home even more convenient and affordable. You will also improve the value of your home when upgrading an older AC system.
To learn more about AC installation and replacement, call our customer service team at (321) 252-0469 in Brevard County or (305) 307-5909 in the Middle and Lower Keys. Our certified HVAC technicians are waiting to serve you.