When to Replace Air Conditioner Systems
It can be hard to understand precisely when to get a new air conditioner. Here 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 comes to be much less effective. At some point it requires excessive time or energy to keep things cool.
- Your house feels muggy or humid. An ineffective air conditioner has a more difficult time keeping humidity levels in check. You may notice rooms feel muggy or inconsistently cool enough.
- The air conditioner is running continuously. It’s natural for your air conditioner to run more frequently as the temperature increases. But consistent heavy use increases deterioration, shortening the equipment’s life expectancy and making energy bills more costly.
- Your air conditioner is out of date. With regular maintenance, air conditioners can last 15 years or longer. That being said, getting a new air conditioner even at 10 years old might save 20-40% on cooling costs, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.
- You’re spending a lot on air conditioning repair. We suggest full replacement if repairs are ending more probable and/or expensive.
- Your AC unit uses R-22 refrigerant. This cooling agent is out of production because of its destructive impacts on the ozone layer. Fixing a refrigerant leak on systems with R-22 coolant is extremely expensive as the remaining supply is only available in limited, recycled supplies.
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