If you’re looking to replace your existing AC unit anywhere in DuPage County or the surrounding area, you’re in the right place. We’ve been helping local homeowners with air conditioning replacement, new installation, upgrades, repairs and a lot more for over 31 years.
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Do You Really Need to Replace Your AC
If you’re not an experienced HVAC technician it can be difficult to know for sure if you really need to replace your AC. We offer FREE SECOND OPINIONS on any recommendations you’ve been given to replace your existing air conditioning unit. We’ve also outlined a few considerations to take into account when deciding if replacement or repair is your best route.
- Repair Cost: If the cost of repair is over 40% of the estimated cost of a new unit, replacement probably makes sense. Also, if your AC has had repeated problems or you have reason to expect problems, replacement may be in order. Also, new equipment is likely to be a better bet if you own R22 equipment, which is being phased out.
- Is Your Warranty Still Valid?: Some manufacturer’s warranties go 10, even 15 years. It’s always a good idea to check the terms and conditions of your AC unit to see if replacement parts may still be under warranty.
- How Old is it?: How well your equipment ages depends on how well you maintained it and the operating demands you’ve placed on it. In general, if your A/C or heat pump is over 10-years old and giving you problems, it’s best to replace.
- Moving or Staying: If you plan to move in the near future, repair is often the best choice. However, if you plan on staying in your home, it’s wise to invest in an energy efficient A/C -heat pump system that has the capacity to cool your home efficiently and cost effectively.
- How Well Is Your Existing Equipment Working: Are your electric bills too high? Does your system keep your home cool enough?