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Should you be in the market for a new air conditioning system, or is your existing system good for a few more years? With so much of your day-to-day comfort relying on a properly functioning HVAC system, postposing an upgrade until after a complete breakdown isn’t always a good idea. Here at Petrocelli Services, we suggest that you ask yourself the following questions, to ascertain whether or not you need a new HVAC system in your building:
How old is your air conditioning system?
Generally speaking, regularly serviced HVAC systems have a working lifespan of about 10 years. If your system is older than 10 years, it’s probably time to start scouting for a replacement.
How often do you need to call for AC repairs?
Frequent HVAC repairs can indicate that your system is nearing the end of its lifespan. The money (and time) you’re currently spending fixing up your old air conditioning system could instead be invested in a new and upgraded product.
Are your electricity bills rising?
Have you been shelling out more and more money towards paying your electricity bills, even though energy usage patterns in your home or office haven’t really changed? This is usually a telltale sign of inefficient air conditioning. A new and efficient HVAC system will consume less energy for comparable (if not improved) levels of cooling, helping you save money in the long run.
Need help finding a new air conditioning system? Here at Petrocelli Services, we offer the complete range of HVAC services, from recommending you a product, to AC system installation, to routine HVAC maintenance and on-demand repair. Just give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist you.