As with any type of equipment in a home or commercial building, the HVAC system has a normal life cycle. For most systems, this will be 15 to 20 years, with some lasting much longer. Generally, with the typical seasonal weather, the air conditioning components in an HVAC system in Roswell will get more use per year than a furnace, which may mean they have to be repaired or replaced with a slightly shorter time frame.
Older System Issues
Often these systems don’t just fail and cease to operate; rather they start to have problems as they age. This can include cycling on and off more frequently, running longer to provide heating and cooling and even in a louder and noisier system when it is operating.
When these issues start to appear, and the system is reaching the end of its life cycle, it is a wise decision to consult with an HVAC company you trust to determine your next steps. Deciding if the equipment should be repaired or replaced does have cost implications to consider.
When heating and cooling systems start to age, they are less energy efficient. This is, in part, due to the natural wear and tear on the system. It is also a factor of the higher efficiency new models that are on the market. By installing a new system, the home or business will be easier to heat and cool as well as less costly on an annual basis.
The HVAC company can complete a home or business evaluation and provide you with the cost of repair compared to replacement. They will also have information on cost savings due to increased energy efficiency, which will be informative in making the best choice.
Choose a Roswell contractor for heating and cooling systems that is trusted and has a top reputation. These professionals will provide detailed information on your options, while also being able to complete the repair or replacement based on your choice.