No one wants to reach the height of summer and realize that their air conditioning system isn’t meeting their family’s needs. Recognizing the signs that you may need a new air conditioner before temperatures inch towards the triple digits, can save you a lot of money and headache.
Whether because of failing performance due to maintenance issues or simply outdated technology, many older air conditioning systems are much less energy efficient than their newer counterparts. This means that you could end up paying significantly more each month in energy costs with your existing system than with a new, more efficient air conditioner.
The air filters in your air conditioner are designed to keep allergens, dust and other pollutants from circulating throughout your home. Over time, however, the ability of your air conditioner to filter these particles out decreases, even if you change the filters regularly. Updating your air conditioning system can result in purer and easier-to-breathe air for your family.
With all appliances, new technological innovations bring new features, and air conditioners are not exempt from the larger range of options provided by innovating companies. If your current air conditioning system is older, your family may be missing out on some key features such as quieter operation and a remotely-controllable thermostat that can make your home more comfortable.