How to Know if You Need New Air Conditioning in Boulder

by | Mar 11, 2014 | Air Conditioning

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Air conditioning units usually last a long time, but ‘a long time’ isn’t forever. If the repair guy’s phone number is on the fridge next to the pizza delivery number, it’s probably time to start thinking about ‘repair or replace.’ For most people, a new air conditioning unit is a major purchase. There are a few points to consider before making a decision.

  • Think about how much has been spent on repairs and project that into the future. If it seems certain that the a/c unit will need to be replaced in the near future, all of the money spent on repairs between now and then is really money wasted. Usually repairs become more frequent and costly toward the end of the lifespan of the a/c unit.
  • Are there temperature inconsistencies in the home? When the air conditioner is operating much less efficiently than it used to, some rooms will be too warm and others may feel too cold. If that has always been the case, poorly done insulation or duct work issues might be the problem. However, if the rooms were not too warm or cool previously, then the a/c is to blame.
  • The average lifespan of an air conditioner is about 10 years. New units are considerably more energy efficient and the indoor air quality will be improved. Since electricity bills are always going up, it seems, saving on power costs is a benefit. It will also be possible to take the repairman’s number down from the fridge; he won’t be coming by nearly as often.

Now Heating & Air, LLC is an industry leader in heating and air conditioning installation and repairs in the Denver and Boulder, CO area. Prior to 1998, the company sold, serviced and repaired home appliances. Friends, family and good customers would sometimes call on the technicians to see if they could repair their furnaces or air conditioners. Those customers complimented the techs on the great and timely job they did, told other people about their great work and fair prices, and a new business was born.

One of their core work values is that, “Work is done right or you don’t pay.” They also believe in always being good members of the community, treating everyone ethically and with respect. Anyone who is having a problem with their air conditioning in Boulder should contact this fine local business. They are on call 24/7/365.

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