According to the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), the average lifespan of a central air conditioner is 7–15 years. If your system is at the upper end of this range (or has already passed it), take a look at the top reasons to replace your AC now.
1. Poor Cooling Quality
Decreased cooling quality points to a potentially serious AC issue. If your system is new (or newer), it's likely a qualified HVAC technician can repair the air conditioner. But an older system may require a replacement if:
While poor cooling quality is a major issue, it isn't the only reason to replace an older air conditioning system. The environmental impact of your air conditioner is another reason to explore a replacement.
2. Environmental Impact
Is your older AC system efficient and environmentally friendly? An older air conditioner may not have the technology necessary to reduce the system's impact on the planet. Older air conditioners may:
If you need AC replacement services, contact a qualified HVAC or appliance contractor. An experienced contractor has the knowledge and skills necessary to inspect the existing system and recommend the right replacement for your home's needs.Share
12 May 2020
The quality of the air in your home is something that you should keep in mind every day. If the air that you breathe each day is filled with impurities, it can cause you to get sick more often and complicate matters if anyone in your home suffers from asthma or allergies. This blog is all about purifying the air in your home. You will learn everything about filtration systems and filters for your heating system to what you can do around the home to keep the air as clean as possible and create a healthy living space for your family.