Sometimes, your air conditioner may stop working. In such instances, you may not know what to do. The first step is determining whether you require an AC repair or replacement. The clip explains instances you should consider getting an AC repair or replacement.
Many factors can contribute to the wear and tear of your HVAC system. Even the slightest problem with a part in the system can cause decreased efficiency and output. These factors will eventually lead you to spend more money on utility bills. Even subtle changes in the way it sounds can be an indication that something is wrong.
For instance, you may hear abnormal noises coming from your unit. In this case, contact a licensed HVAC contractor immediately to check the problem and fix it, if possible. The longer you wait, the more problems you will likely experience with the entire system. If your air conditioner is over ten years old, you should replace it.
Newer air conditioners are more efficient and robust. They provide better cooling for your home. You repair an AC unit less than ten years old if it is still in good working order. The time to replace your HVAC is when your furnace is not running as well as it once did.