Are you done pumping money into your old, aging air conditioner? It’s time to call in an expert. A professional can inspect your system and help you determine which unit is best for your house and building. Call Jerry’s Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for replacements and installation appointments in Atascadero, CA. We are family-owned and operated!
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Signs You Need To Replace Your Air Conditioner
Don’t get stuck battling the heat if your AC unit fails. Watch for these symptoms that indicate your system needs to be replaced:
- Age. Your unit is more than 15 years old and nearing the end of its lifespan.
- Higher bills. Your system is losing efficiency, resulting in higher utility bills.
- Not operating at its full capacity. Your home is not reaching the desired temperature.
- Needs repairs. Your system needs multiple repairs.
- Needs a costly repair. Your unit needs a major repair, such as a new motor or compressor.
- Leaking. Your system is leaking moisture.
- Loud sounds. You hear strange sounds coming from the unit, which could signal an issue with your motor.
- Lack of cold air. You feel cold air coming out of the unit, but it is not blowing as strongly as it should be.
Benefits of Installing a New AC System
There are several benefits to installing a new air conditioning unit in your house. Some advantages include:
- Increased energy efficiency, which can result in lower utility bills.
- New technology and features to give you maximum indoor climate control to cool your house to the ideal temperature.
- Even cooling to avoid hot and cold spots.
- Improved indoor air quality in your home.
- Longer lifespan than older models.
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What To Expect During an AC Installation
While installing a new AC unit can be exciting, you should know what to expect. When our team arrives at your home some steps you can expect them to take include:
- Remove the old equipment and disconnect the ductwork, wiring, vents, and drains.
- Install new lines and wiring.
- Check the new system for leaks.
- Add refrigerant.
- We’ll also work outside to remove the old unit and level the new equipment pad before installing the unit.