AC Replacement Service in Prescott Valley, Prescott, Dewey-Humboldt, AZ and Surrounding Areas
Air conditioners normally age and become less efficient with time, just like any other type of machine. Proper care, which comes in form of regular maintenance, is therefore needed to keep the machine operating efficiently and reduce the frequency of breakdowns. It is important to note that machines have a specific life expectancy. For instance, the vast majority of AC equipment has a lifespan of 10 to 15 years. Some machines may reach and even exceed their expected lifespan while others will not. It is important for property owners to know the signs to watch out for to ensure they replace their cooling equipment without any delay. We have a team of HVAC professionals who are highly trained and experienced in maintaining, repairing and replacing air conditioners. They can inspect your equipment and give you recommendations on whether to replace or not.
Frequent Air Conditioning Breakdowns
The first sign that your AC has become obsolete and needs to be replaced is frequent breakdowns. If your machine breaks down a couple of times each month, you should replace it for two reasons. First, the repair costs will be quite significant and unsustainable. Secondly, the frequent breakdowns will reduce home comfort.
Time For A New Cooling System
If the AC machine on your property was installed over a decade ago, say 15 years, it may be time to have it replaced. Basically, any air conditioning machine that has exceeded its life expectancy should be replaced. It’s also good practice to replace machines that use obsolete technologies. After all, newer cooling technologies that are much more efficient. If your cooling bill has increased significantly in the recent months, or the performance of your air conditioner has dipped, you should consider replacing the air conditioner.
Our HVAC Team
Our team of HVAC specialists has a lot of experience in residential AC replacement, so they know all the challenges associated with the job. They are, therefore, in the best position to meet your high expectations.