An old, inefficient HVAC system could be costing you money!

Here’s something you don’t get asked every day: How old is your HVAC system? If you’re not sure, or you don’t want to answer, chances are that system is old and outdated. At Airpliance, we understand the reluctance to replace an air conditioning system – it can be a significant investment in your home’s maintenance. However, an aging system can end up costing you more money in the long run. There are several very good reasons for going ahead and updating your unit.

Why You Should Invest in a New A/C System

The biggest reason that you should consider purchasing a new AC unit for your home or commercial property is any system is simply going to become less efficient as it ages. Nothing lasts forever, and that includes air conditioners. You won’t notice day by day as the system loses efficiency, but when you get that new system put in by Airpliance, you will definitely recognize how much cooler and fresher your home suddenly feels.

Also, if you renovate your building and increase the usable square footage, you’ll find that the old system will not cool the entire space as well as it used to. AC units are sized according to the space they are meant to control the climate of. Adding living area to your home will mean that the air conditioner is no longer the correct size for the space.

The bottom line is that a newer system is going to lower your energy bills. New units featuring the most up-to-date technology with high energy ratings are available from Airpliance. Updating your aging HVAC system is one investment that you won’t regret making when that next electric bill comes in.

We Do It All

If you aren’t sure whether your AC system needs to be replaced or just cleaned, give Airpliance a call. We can help you determine the best course of action for your home’s needs, plus give you a quote on how much the work will cost. Call us today at 863-969-9021 for more information.

We are the HVAC equipment and repair experts in Central Florida, ready to help residents of Davenport, Haines City, Lakeland, Winter Haven and Auburndale.