Replace or Repair your HVAC Equipment?
Purchasing a new heating and cooling system can be one of the most expensive purchases a homeowner makes. So how do you know when to replace your HVAC equipment? There are a couple factors to consider when deciding whether or not to replace your heating and air conditioning system.
HVAC Replacement Factors
- Age of the equipment
- Warranties & Repairs
- Financial incentives, tax credits, and rebates
Manufacturers state that HVAC equipment on average lasts anywhere from 10-25 years. If your system is 10 years old, you might want to start thinking about replacement.
An expiring warranty may be a reason to get a free estimate on your HVAC system. Most warranties cover major repairs like heat exchangers and compressors. These repairs can cost thousands of dollars. When faced with an expired warranty and a major repair it may make more financial sense to simply replace the HVAC equipment.
Efficiency is another reason to replace old equipment. With new technology comes higher efficiency and with higher efficiency lower energy bills. In certain situations, the savings you earn on your energy bills might be equal to or more than a finance payment for a new HVAC system. Free upgrade? Why not.
Another factor to consider are the current financial incentives, tax credits, and rebates being offered in the market. Manufacturers often run a variety of rebates throughout the year. Our Comfort Advisors are up to date on manufacturer rebates and will always give you the best deal available. Get a free estimate today.
Call (360) 524-2880 today to setup a free estimate on new HVAC equipment or request an appointment online by filling out a form.