With summer here in New England, many homeowners have been using their air conditioners nonstop. Because of all the work it has been doing, your unit may suddenly stop working, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that it needs to be replaced. To avoid unnecessary spending, contact the professionals at A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling for an inspection. We’ll be able to decide if your system will need to be repaired or replaced.
Below, you’ll find some factors that will determine if you need a new system or not.
Age of Your Air Conditioning Unit
The older that your unit gets, the more likely it will lose its efficiency when you run it. If your unit is more than a decade old, it is less likely to be as efficient as a newer model. In some cases, you end up spending more on repairs in the long run than you would if you bought a new unit.
Buying New Parts
You may want to purchase a new air conditioning unit if you find yourself frequently buying new parts. The cost of these parts will add up over time. Save yourself the money and stress of replacing parts and purchase a new air conditioning unit.
Increase in Efficiency
Technology is always advancing and improving so a new air conditioning unit will be much more energy-efficient. In the end, a new unit will decrease your cooling and energy bills.
If you are interested in a new air conditioning unit or would like to schedule an appointment to have your current unit inspected, contact us today! A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling can be reached by calling (603) 518-5777 or by filling out our contact form.