Repair vs Replace
HVAC systems require regular maintenance for them to work efficiently. You’ll likely need tune-ups and repairs at some point during their entire lifespan. However, no matter how much preventative maintenance you put into your HVAC system, there comes a time when repairs aren’t enough anymore, and it’s time for a replacement. A full air-conditioning or heating system replacement can turn out to be expensive. Therefore, you’ll want to consider if your old system is on its last legs before having it replaced.
You can have your AC system or furnace repaired in many circumstances to enable it to run effectively. Now, while you can fix your unit, much like continually spending money to repair an older car, it may be better to get a new one at some point.
Below are some points that you should take into consideration while deciding whether to replace or repair your HVAC Systems:
It’s essential to consider the lifespan of your unit. Sometimes during the installation process, your licensed and trained technician will write down the installation date right on the unit. If your system is more than 20 years old, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to discard it. Other factors can impact the HVAC system’s longevity.
Why Choose Our Services?
An inexperienced heating contractor may not be able to accurately identify the fault with your furnace, which can cause unnecessary delays. Our experts have years of experience in repairing all kinds of small and major faults in all kinds of furnaces. They can give you a complete assessment of the functioning of your furnace without wasting any time. They can repair the fault in your furnace in the most non-invasive and non-intrusive way possible. Edmonton winters can be harsh, and thus, it is important that your furnace is working efficiently to keep you and your family warm and comfortable throughout the cold winter months. If you have an electric furnace, faults in its mechanism can also cause inflated electricity bills. We, therefore, provide you with a complete repair of your furnace efficiently and expediently.