Should I Replace or Repair My Air Conditioner?

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Warmer weather has begun to make its way back into the Charlotte area, and some homeowners have already found themselves running their air conditioners! If your AC unit isn’t ready for the coming season, you could face a myriad of problems down the road. Here are Andersen’s tips on choosing between AC replacement or repair for spring.

AC replacement for better comfort in Charlotte

After 10 or more years of constant use, your AC unit’s efficiency and performance will begin to suffer. Among other things, you’ll be less comfortable in spring and summer when temperatures begin to rise. If you’ve noticed your home’s air isn’t as pleasant as it used to be in spring and summer, it’s time to consider an AC replacement.

Air conditioner needs constant repairs

Like all HVAC equipment, your AC unit will need the occasional repair. However, if those repairs start becoming more frequent and costly, you should consider replacing the air conditioner. Instead of throwing money at constant repairs just for new issues to arise, invest in a new, high efficiency AC unit.

Moving soon? Need to know your buyer

Are you moving soon? If so, a newly installed HVAC system will make your house more attractive to potential buyers. Consider a replacement with Andersen Heating & Cooling if it’s significantly older or in bad shape. If you have a newer system, repairs might be the better option.

Upgrade to R-410A refrigerant with Andersen Heating & Cooling

Does your air conditioner use R-22 refrigerant, or “freon”, as it’s commonly known? If it does, it will cost you more than it’s worth to maintain. R-22 is being phased out of production, limiting supplies and causing prices to skyrocket. New high efficiency units use R-410A refrigerant, an environmentally friendly alternative to freon. Make the switch to a new, R-410A compatible AC unit from Andersen Heating & Cooling for years of comfort in Charlotte, NC.

Call Andersen Heating & Cooling for AC replacement or repair in Charlotte today!