Why should you replace your HVAC system when a repair will do the trick? Unless you’ve had a wealth of training (or some genius-born skills), not many know which is the best option. Here are our four Tower Tips to help you diagnose when to repair (and not replace) a furnace or air conditioner.
The reason for heating and cooling systems is to provide comfort to your indoor environment. We are constantly asked, “how can I be comfortable while controlling my energy budget and usage?” The easiest way to do this is by adjusting your thermostat settings for the seasons, when you are asleep, and when you are away from home.
Our job as trained professionals is first and foremost to provide an accurate, reliable assessment of your system. If possible, we always recommend cost-efficient, effective repairs that will ensure the comfort and ongoing safety of your family. But alas—nothing lasts forever, and some degradation can’t be fixed. Here are four signs that it is time to replace your unit.
Here’s a pop quiz: How to keep your heat running all winter long? Check out our simple “to do” list to ensure your system is ready for the cooler months.
Like changing the oil in your car, routine heating and air maintenance can make a crucial difference in your system’s efficiency and even in your monthly energy bill.
While an air conditioning system may have been a rock star in its prime, the years take a toll on equipment, especially if it hasn’t received regular maintenance.