Benefits Of A New HVAC
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How An Updated HVAC System Benefits You
HVAC units can work well for a long time, but as they age they run into more and more problems—problems that may not be cost-effective to fix. Inefficiencies and frequent breakdowns may be draining your wallet and aggravating health problems. If your HVAC equipment is over 10 years old, it may be to your benefit to upgrade to a new system.
There are many factors that determine whether getting a new HVAC system is worth it, including the age, condition and energy efficiency of your current HVAC unit. Most homeowners prefer to replace their system with a more efficient one after 10-15 years. Consider the efficiency and expense of your present system. You want an HVAC system that is more than 80 percent efficient. If your present model is inefficient, a new one will reduce your monthly expenditures. With a new HVAC unit, homeowners may save up to 20% on their utility expenses.
Most HVAC systems last between 10 to 20 years. If your system is more than 10 years old, it has most likely grown considerably less efficient and may be costing you significantly more money to operate. If you’re calling for HVAC repairs more frequently and seeing an increase in your utility bills, it may be more cost-effective to go ahead and replace it.
LBA Services is pleased to provide financing alternatives that are tailored to your specific requirements. We are here to assist you in following the processes and answering any questions you may have. Contact us today to talk with a member of our team about your financing options.
A New System Reduces Your Energy Bill
Your older system is most likely running inefficiently due to normal wear and tear over time. This inefficiency means it needs to work harder to keep your home comfortable, costing you more money on energy bills. Modern HVAC units are designed with efficiency in mind, so they’ll use less energy to heat and cool your home, reducing your utility bills.