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Apr 07, 2016
posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.
Is Your Current Outdoor HVAC Unit Maintaining the Comfort in Your Home?
When you’re considering spending money, the top priority is whether or not the product upgrade benefits are worth the cost. When we’re talking about upgrading your HVAC system, this is particularly the case. Because we rely on them so much, we want to make sure we're making the right choice for the right reasons.
Is Your Outdoor HVAC Unit Working Up to Par?
Is the temperature in your home inconsistent? Do you feel like the heating and cooling systems need to work overtime to keep up with demand? And what about your utility bills? If your energy bills keep going up no matter how much you try to conserve, it could be that it's reaching the end of its life, and it's time for an upgrade.
What to Check before You Write a Check
Before you jump in and kick the old HVAC out the door, there are some things you can check to be sure it's truly an upgrade that you need. If you haven't had your system properly maintained, it's not too late to have it serviced. A comprehensive inspection, cleaning, and maintenance could uncover an issue or issues that may be affecting its performance. Sources of trouble could include anything from the thermostat to the ductwork and from the motor and cooling and heating elements to your insulation.
What Would an Upgrade Offer?
Upgrading your HVAC system, if it’s time, would offer many benefits, primarily consistent temperatures and reliable heating and cooling, reduced energy bills due to higher efficiency ratings, and a longer life expectancy than your current equipment.
When your current outdoor HVAC unit is no longer maintaining the comfort in your home, it’s time to make a change. When you need all of the information on product upgrade benefits and professional guidance on new HVAC equipment, contact your local McCall’s Supply location.