Monthly Archives: October 2017

Three Signs You Need HVAC Replacement

HVAC Replacement

An Old HVAC Can Unnecessarily Drive Up Your Utility Bills.

With winter right around the corner, it’s time to think about the effectiveness of your HVAC. Your home should represent a cozy haven from freezing temperatures. If your HVAC has shown signs of struggle, it may be time to invest in a new system. Few people look forward to a major investment like HVAC replacement. In reality, the benefits from a new system, such as heightened energy efficiency and better temperature control, offset the pain of the expense. If you remain unsure whether your HVAC can make it through another winter, look for the following signs.

Old Age

The age of your system should weigh heavily on whether or not you go for a replacement. An HVAC that has exceeded 10 to 15 years of age could fail at any time. Additionally, the cost of repairs will skyrocket, as you begin to confront the possibility of major system overhauls. Worse still, your HVAC could fail when you need it most. Through the coldest days of winter, as the aged machine works its hardest, looms the constant threat of failure. 

Poor Air Quality

An HVAC that has begun to pollute your breathable air needs replacement. As HVACs grow older, dust and mold can take root within the system. While you can certainly hire a professional to clean the HVAC, you will need to consider whether this regular service is a practical expense. In particular, a mold infestation within your HVAC can be difficult to solve.

Safety Concerns

Does the pilot light on your furnace seem unstable? Do you see frayed, exposed wiring on your air conditioner? If you answered yes to either of these, you should begin the search for a new HVAC. Your HVAC should inspire comfort and security, not anxiety over your safety.

At Mission Critical Comfort Solutions, we provide for HVAC replacement in Bonaire, GA. If you would like to schedule work or learn more about our broad range of services, give us a call anytime at 478-960-5825.