Cool Your Home
Charlotte summers can get really hot! That’s why we know it’s important your home air conditioning system is working efficiently so your family’s home feels like a breath of fresh air. Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning is always ready to assess your central air conditioning system, pinpoint your home a/c unit’s problem, and quickly resolve the issue to get your family cool again. We know when it’s a hot summer day and your home a/c system comes to a halt, you want an air conditioning repair service you can trust to be fast, reliable and affordable! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get you cool again!
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Air Conditioner Repair or Replace?
Does your home a/c unit need to be repaired or should it be replaced with an entirely new central air conditioning system? Consider asking yourself a few basic questions.
Is my ac unit cooling my home efficiently?
A 14 SEER air conditioner will end up saving you money on your bill. Our customers have seen significant savings with better SEER ratings (the efficiency of your current air conditioning system).
How old is my current a/c unit?
If you’re wondering if it’s worth it to replace your a/c unit, think about the age of your air conditioner. There are many factors which contribute to the longevity of your air conditioning system. Depending on the size of a system and how well it has been maintained, typically, they last from 10 to 15 years. A system that has not been sized properly to keep up with cooling load of a home and has not been properly serviced may need to be replaced sooner.
Does my home air conditioner break down often?
Putting more money into an a/c system that isn’t working properly doesn’t make the most fiscal sense. If it’s likely that your air conditioner will break down again (and maybe need more expensive repairs) it might be a good idea to replace the central a/c system. If your system has been fairly reliable and the cost of repairs have been modest, you are probably better off keeping your current system, especially if it is less than 10 years old.
Am I spending extra money on inefficient home cooling?
Installing a new cooling system versus using a dated air conditioner can make a big difference in your monthly bill. A newer, more efficient a/c unit can save you up to 60% in cooling costs. In just a short amount of time, your new a/c unit could pay for itself. Your current cooling system may be extremely inefficient by today’s energy efficiency standards, meaning it has to work harder than a newer ac unit would to cool your home to the same temperature. For example, in 1992 the average SEER rating of units were typically 6.0. Later that year, it was established by the government that the minimum cooling efficiency standard for units installed, in new homes, must be at 10.0 SEER.