Monday, July 28th, 2014 by Paul Giglio, Jr
Air conditioners are one of the more expensive pieces of equipment in your home. To replace or repair air conditioners is a costly exercise and it is important to have a good idea of the remaining lifespan of your existing air conditioning system. When your air conditioner life span is reaching its limit, you may need to start saving for a new air conditioner. The lifespan of a new air conditioner is generally in the region of 15 years, but this will depend on factors such as regular maintenance and proper installation.
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If your air conditioner life span is reaching its limit, you need to weigh the increased maintenance costs, lower efficiency levels and higher energy bills up against the cost of a new energy efficient air conditioner. New air conditioning systems are more energy efficient compared to the older models and they are able to save homeowners money on energy bills. Contact your local qualified and professional HVAC contractor for more information on the benefits of new air conditioning models.
For more information and expert advice on your air conditioner life span and other issues related to home comfort, please contact Pipe Works Services. We have been proudly serving the northern New Jersey area since 2000.
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